A Cinderella Christmas by Holly Kingston

Lucy Tilley dreams of a career in show business. But this isn’t quite what she had in mind …

This year’s Cinderella pantomime is the hottest production in town. What’s more, Lucy is starring alongside Ryan Aspall: famous TV actor, sex symbol and potential love of her entire life. One teeny problem – Lucy is tripping the light fantastic as … the back end of the comedy cow. Surely nothing kills a flirty moment quite like wearing a massive set of udders?

At least she has the support of glamorous (if potentially flammable) Charmaine; a reality star diva of a Cinderella, who Lucy is completely fascinated by. But behind the fame and beauty, Charmaine is not all she seems.

With more drama off the stage than on it, and everyone wanting to be star of the show, will Lucy find the confidence to make it out of the cow suit and into the spotlight this Christmas?


Lucy is a less than confident actress, who is spending Christmas alone playing the rear end of a pantomime cow,
But she’s about to learn that acting isn’t just for the stage!

I don’t honestly no where to begin, I absolutely loved this novella.
It was funny, festive and fabulous!

I thought Lucy was a brilliant character, she genuinely doesn’t see herself the way others do.
She’s naturally pretty, honest and kind and it’s a shame because that’s taken advantage of.
But thankfully she’s got a great friend in Ben, Aww I want a Ben!
He is funny, thoughtful and just sounds amazing!
With more bitchiness than the ugly sisters, I was gripped by the drama.

Welcome the pantomime season in style and bring the theatre to your kindle!


A huge thank you to Novelicious for sending me a copy to review!


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