Cinderella never had to deal with this crap.Jane isn’t entirely sure that Cinderella got such a raw deal. Sure, she had a rough start, but didn’t she eventually land a prince and a happily-ever-after? Meanwhile, Jane is busy waiting on her demanding, entitled sisters, running her cleaning business, and . . . yep, not a prince in sight. Until a party and a broken shoe incident leave Jane wondering if princes—or at least, a certain deliciously hunky billionaire—maybe do exist.
Except Brock Wellington isn’t anyone’s dream guy. Hell, a prince would never agree to be auctioned off in marriage to the highest bidder. Or act like an arrogant jerk—even if it was just a façade. Now, as Brock is waiting for the auction chopping block, he figures it’s karmic retribution that he’s tempted by a sexy, sassy woman he can’t have. But while they can’t have a fairy-tale ending, maybe they can indulge in a little bit of fantasy . .
Jane owns a cleaning service. She’s also been cleaning after her sisters their entire lives. She wants to keep her family together, because that’s what her father has always reiterated. Family stays together. Her sister’s force her to go out with them one night, and that’s when her well-deserved fairytale begins.
Brock is being auctioned off. He can’t say no to his grandfather, because the last time he said no, it didn’t end well. He meets Jane one night, and she leaves quite an impression on him. He should really try to forget her, but he just can’t forget the girl who made him laugh and smile like never before.
They meet again in Brock’s old home. Jane has been hired by Brock’s grandfather to clean the house. Brock tried to push Jane away at first, but he couldn’t keep it up for long. They fall in love, and they do everything that they can to stay together.
I loved Brock’s twin brothers! They were a huge part of the book, and I adored them for all the laughs they gave me. I wish Rachel would write faster. I really need to read their books, especially Brant’s.