Just one night.
Hannah De Luca Andersen has been battered by the worst year ever, but even that can’t squash her love of the holiday season. She has one night to forget life’s hardships and enjoy the magic of an elegant Christmas gala. If she’s really lucky, maybe a handsome prince will ask her to dance.
Gregor Klaus, Director of Finance for Klaus Enterprises, has completely lost his Christmas spirit. One look at Hannah thaws his icy demeanor and gives him a new sense of purpose. If he can only figure out the key to Hannah’s heart, he might have the best Christmas of his life.
But one night isn’t enough for Gregor Klaus. He won’t be satisfied with anything less than forever.
Sweet Cinderella is a 28,000-word holiday novella, part four of the Klaus Brothers Series. It takes place at the same time as Sweet Adventure.
Genre: Contemporary Romance - Paranormal
Sweet Cinderella is the must anticipated next installment in the Klaus Brothers series. And yes, just like the name implies, the Klaus brothers are part of THAT Klaus family. All of the Klaus brothers stories have a touch of the paranormal - a secret city near the North Pole, magik, and elves all make this romance story a delight to read. Gregor is a wonderful character - the member of the Klaus family who doesn't like Christmas. And Hannah is the perfect match for him - a delightful woman who holds the spirit of Christmas in her heart despite her life challenges. And she's just the type of believe in the magik of Christmas and the Klaus brothers, because of a visit from a magical elf when she was just a child.
The author also gives us a quick check-in with the other brothers we have already grown to love, as well as a quick visit to the magical village at the North Pole. It's shorter than the previous books in the Klaus brothers series - this one is a novella - but a wonderful way to stay in touch with the series. And it made me want to go back and read the previous books again, just the remember the magik!
About the Author:
PENNY WATSON is a native Pittsburgher whose love of romance started at the age of twelve when she discovered Gone With The Wind in the middle school library. This resulted in numerous attempts at a first novel involving a young lady with windswept hair who lived in a tree house.
A biologist by training, Penny has worked at various times as a dolphin trainer, science teacher, lacrosse coach, and turfgrass researcher. After taking time off to raise her two spirited children, she decided to rekindle her passion for storytelling. Now she gets to incorporate her wide array of interests--including gardening, cooking, and travel--into her works of fiction.
Penny lives outside of Boston with one fly-fishing crazed husband, two lively Filipino kids, and a wiener dog.