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Like Cinders, gossip writer Sarah Griffin has lost a shoe! But this is no glass slipper it's an exclusive designer stiletto that could cost Sarah her job! Playboy CEO Caleb Lewis is no Prince Charming, but he does have Sarah's shoe. He offers the intriguing Sarah an ultimatum: in return for her precious shoe, she'll assist him with a commercial proposition and this means ge Like Cinders, gossip writer Sarah Griffin has lost a shoe! But this is no glass slipper it's an exclusive designer stiletto that could cost Sarah her job! Playboy CEO Caleb Lewis is no Prince Charming, but he does have Sarah's shoe. He offers the intriguing Sarah an ultimatum: in return for her precious shoe, she'll assist him with a commercial proposition and this means getting up close and personal! Sarah learned long ago never to believe in fairy tales, but if the red slipper fits


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Like Cinders, gossip writer Sarah Griffin has lost a shoe! But this is no glass slipper it's an exclusive designer stiletto that could cost Sarah her job! Playboy CEO Caleb Lewis is no Prince Charming, but he does have Sarah's shoe. He offers the intriguing Sarah an ultimatum: in return for her precious shoe, she'll assist him with a commercial proposition and this means ge Like Cinders, gossip writer Sarah Griffin has lost a shoe! But this is no glass slipper it's an exclusive designer stiletto that could cost Sarah her job! Playboy CEO Caleb Lewis is no Prince Charming, but he does have Sarah's shoe. He offers the intriguing Sarah an ultimatum: in return for her precious shoe, she'll assist him with a commercial proposition and this means getting up close and personal! Sarah learned long ago never to believe in fairy tales, but if the red slipper fits

50 review for If The Red Slipper Fits... (In Her Shoes... Book 9)

  1. 5 out of 5

    RLA

    The heroine Sarah is a gossip columnist for a New York magazine, but she is desperate to get a job with the publishers sister fashion magazine. She gets offered the chance to write a report on an exclusive new shoe design by a popular designer. Her sister throws one of the shoes out of the window in anger and Sarah is unable to find it. Until she discovers Caleb, the hero, found it. Caleb is CEO of fashion house LL designs, his mother's company, which he took over after his mother became serious The heroine Sarah is a gossip columnist for a New York magazine, but she is desperate to get a job with the publishers sister fashion magazine. She gets offered the chance to write a report on an exclusive new shoe design by a popular designer. Her sister throws one of the shoes out of the window in anger and Sarah is unable to find it. Until she discovers Caleb, the hero, found it. Caleb is CEO of fashion house LL designs, his mother's company, which he took over after his mother became seriously ill. He has struggled with the floundering business and his grief over his mother, to escape his dark thoughts he is often found in the hottest New York nightspots, something which Sarah often writes about. He plans a revamp of LL designs collection and asks Sarah to write a report on this in exchange for the shoe. Sarah agrees and as they spend time together they grow close and begin to fall in love but Sarah's job and Caleb's secrets could ruin everything. First of all, this was set in Manhattan and had a wonderful New York vibe to it, so it already had my thumbs up! The characters are wonderful; Sarah being truly three dimensional, she is neither over confident nor a martyr. In this book Shirley Jump deals with a very difficult situation her character face with sensitivity and aplomb. On a slightly negative note, I couldn't stop thinking that Sarah's father is extremely similar to the character of Martin Crane (Frasier's dad) from the TV show Frasier - named Martin, ex-cop, had to move in with Sarah as he's unable to live alone, comes complete with battered recliner, shaving foam warmer... It's a bit off putting. But, this is a heart warming and fun romance that felt like a true fairy tale. Recommended. Originally posted at http://everyday-is-the-same.blogspot....

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alisue

    I always find Shirley's books a great read! I always find Shirley's books a great read!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Angelika Belko

    Aww... This was very cute. Quite short, but nicely done. Like a mini cinderella story with surprising depth. I must say I was impressed by the author's skill. Highly recommend! Aww... This was very cute. Quite short, but nicely done. Like a mini cinderella story with surprising depth. I must say I was impressed by the author's skill. Highly recommend!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Gail

    This was a cute story. The heroine's trying to get promoted out of tabloid-writing-land to writing "real" stories about fashion. Currently, she writes gossip about people in fashionland, but she got a pair of shoes to be brought out for spring by a big designer that she might just get to write about. She takes them home, as a good luck charm--and her sister throws one out the window in a fit of temper. When she gets down to street level, the shoe is gone. The hero picked it up. He has recently t This was a cute story. The heroine's trying to get promoted out of tabloid-writing-land to writing "real" stories about fashion. Currently, she writes gossip about people in fashionland, but she got a pair of shoes to be brought out for spring by a big designer that she might just get to write about. She takes them home, as a good luck charm--and her sister throws one out the window in a fit of temper. When she gets down to street level, the shoe is gone. The hero picked it up. He has recently taken over at the helm of his mother's clothing company, and has been struggling to make it succeed. Then this shoe drops out of the sky at his feet--a secret, spring production shoe from his main competitor. He makes a deal with the heroine to give her the shoe back if she'll write a good story about him and his company, instead of the gossipy junk she's been writing about him. This is just a nice, fun, light, entertaining read. Sort of a palate cleanser. Just what I needed when I read it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Harlequin Books

    Miniseries: In Her Shoes…

  6. 5 out of 5

    Usagi Tsukino

    First read: 10 May 2012 (with 2 stars). Second read: 26 May 2014. How could I give 2 stars to this book?! D:

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    Mimo

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  49. 4 out of 5

    Dilek Difyeli

  50. 5 out of 5

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