Blog Tour! Happily by Chauncey Rogers

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Hey bookies! I’m so excited today to tell you about this book that I really enjoyed, Happily by Chauncey Rogers. Today I’m just doing a book review, but I’ll be back tomorrow with a fun Q&A with one of the main characters!

No Fairy Godmother

No Magic Pumpkin.

Just One Grumpy Girl

And a Glass Slipper.

C’mon, how can you resist a tag line like that? I’m such a sucker for fairy tale retellings (In fact, I’m writing one myself!) that I knew this one was going to be fun. Cinderella without the magic? Yes, please!

Only this one is not about Cinderella. It’s about Laure, a street urchin who’s been hustling to survive on the streets of the capital. Laure is trying to make a big score, one that will get her out this miserable town and her rotten life and onto something better. But the day of her big score, everything goes wrong and she winds up in the company of a wannabe merchant named Luc. Luc is completely the opposite of Laure in terms of personality and outlook. He’s sure things will get better, but he needs Laure’s help. She comes up with a scheme, and here’s a hint – it involves a glass slipper.

I enjoyed this one so much! Laure is a brat in the beginning of the book, but I did come to like her and Luc is just great all the way through. I loved the way the writer took a familiar tale and added his own twist, by creating new characters and a fresh plot. Laure and Luc’s dynamic is well done, with the way they have to team up in the beginning, but slowly coming to trust each other as the book progresses. I just heard that a sequel may be in the future. This one does have room for more developments, but it’s not a cliffhanger, so if you hate those, don’t worry about that. Also, it’s available for free right now through Kindle Unlimited.

In short, if you like fantasy or fairy tales, give this one a try.

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