I haven't read any published retellings of Cinderella yet. Ella Enchanted is on my list, though, and so is Five Glass Slippers. I'm in the process of beta-reading Kiri Liz's Cinderella retelling: Secret of the Hazel Tree and enjoying it.
I know CinderEddy will be good because I've read quite a bit of Kendra's writing and it's all been good, especially her fairy tale retellings. So, in advance, I'm recommending this as a good book to read. I'm looking forward to picking up my own copy as soon as it comes out.
I am, first and foremost, a Christian. I accepted Jesus into my heart when I was three and a half, and have never regretted the decision. I am secondly the eldest daughter (and child for that matter) of a homeschooling family. Third, I am the author of The Bookania Quests. Fourth, I am a knitter/crocheter/aspiring herbalist. I think that sums me up.
CinderEddyEdward, called CinderEddy by his stepbrothers, has been treated as little more than a servant ever since his mother died after her remarriage. When the Princess Elicia is kidnapped, however, his stepbrothers join the other knights attempting to rescue her, and Edward uses their absence to make his own attempt at her rescue. He doesn't expect to succeed, but somehow, he keeps finding himself on the right path.
Isn't it a pretty cover? Follow Kendra's blog HERE to find out when the book will be published.
Miss Melody Muffin