Cindy Ella by Robin Palmer is a modern YA take on the Cinderella story. The main character, Cindy, has the requisite mean step-mom and sisters. Cindy writes a letter to the student newspaper about how stupid prom is and becomes an outcast within her school. Prince Charming (or is that in Sleeping Beauty?) shows up as a popular senior who appears to be interested in Cindy.
It was a cute
story, but could have used a better editor. barebecue (barbecue), AP
English as a freshman?, Tiffani Amber-Theissen instead of Tiffani-Amber,
wearing white ok after Memorial Day (uh, it's Easter...). I know it's
little stuff, but it really detracted from my enjoyment of the book. I don't know the process of book editing, but I was really surprised by the errors I saw in this book. (It's an actual book published by Puffin, not a self published kindle book.)
I would read another book by Palmer because I did enjoy the plot, but I hope she's found a better editor.