Cinderella retold: Fae, vampires, shifters, and a Godmother who’ll grant you any wish—if you pay the price.
After finally receiving the one thing she's wanted for years, Elle sets out to pay the price demanded by the Godmother: she will travel through the Never Woods and complete a quest that will—if the Godmother's shocking story is to be believed—change her life.
And possibly the world.
This is episode 5 of 6 of a SERIALIZED Cinderella retelling. It is not novel-length. Expect cliffhangers! Approximately 21,000 words or 100 print pages.
**Prefer to binge-read all the episodes together? Look for City of Wishes: The Complete Cinderella Story**
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In a world of fae, vampires and shifters, where wishes can be bought and bargained for, Elle is human, bound to her stepmother by a slave charm. Her only hope at freedom is to wish for it. But the Godmother rules the illegal wish trade, and the price she demands is steep. Is Elle willing to pay it?
Keeps you on your toes!
To start with I’d just like to warn fellow readers that this is the fifth part in a serialized story, so you should have read Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4 first, and this part ends in a cliffhanger. Okay, with that out of the way, let’s get on with the review.
The fifth installment of City of Wishes, The Starlight Quest, finds Elle and her friends going on a mysterious and dangerous quest to fulfill the terms of the wish made to the Godmother to save Dex’s life.
This story is so interesting in that it hardly ever goes where I think will go, so it keeps me on my toes! I’m really sad that the next part will be the last one, but I honestly have no idea how the author is going to pack all that’s still supposed to happen in a single part. I certainly look forward to finding out in Part 6.
Another amazing adventure with Elle and Dax. As they continue to try to outwit the Godmother and save the day Dax, Elle and friends run into all kinds of trouble. Packed with lots of action you won’t be able to put this book down and you will beg for the next one .
I received an ARC of this book and this is an honest review.