Cinderella In Skates By Carly Syms – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Read “Cinderella in Skates Cinderella, #2” by Carly Syms with Rakuten Kobo. Natalie Melter hates that her family made her leave sunny Arizona to move to. Fun, YA, contemporary romance with a hockey-playing heroine. Cinderella in Skates by Carly Syms. Reading Level: Young Adult Release Date: February
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So I could get over the fact that it wasn’t a retelling. The setting is a strong part of this story, and it adds a great deal, it is so well done. She can be selfish symms not take responsibility for things. I could tell the hero and heroine were supposed to be engaging in some sort of witty or humorous banter at some points, but the wit was nonexistent and the humor flaccid.
Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! It was just too little too late and end too quickly.
The romance is pretty well done. The dialog was a bit flat and there wasn’t anything surprising or unpredictable.
Natalie will d Short and Sweet. The only problem is her parent’s won’t let her go that soon and are carrly to encourage her to make the most of her experiences in Wisconsin. Natalie agrees but she has to have Shane her dad friend, and neighbors son, who also plays college hockey teach her how to play because she has no idea what she’s doing. It was a light fluffy story and would have been more enjoyable if the writing had been better.
I am a sucker for these competition type plots. It’s not necessarily going to blow you out of the water with its plot twists, but it’s a cute, cindereella fun story about a girl who isn’t really happy with her life and has to make the best of a bad situation.
Bg is initially quite eager at this chance to go back home as soon as possible. He storyline was shabby at best.
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Apr 25, Graylark rated it did not like it Shelves: Really seeing no way out and seeing it as a means to an end, Natalie agrees. Then Shane does something that really bothered me, but I understood where he was coming from. I started to read this book and the further I got into it the worse the writing seemed to get. The characters were acting melodramatic for stupid little things and it just wasn’t enjoyable to read.
I thought the characters were all pretty likeable, and I This book was so very cute! Shane’s dad and Natalie’s dad were friends in college and played hockey. The Perfectly Imperfect Match. When my daughter gets into something? Written in the Stars. Best part of the book: If she wants to be able to move back home in the summer, she has to make her high school hockey team. Lists with This Book.
As I said, short and sweet. There’s no characterization of anything or anyone.
Cinderella in Skates by Carly Syms
There was nothing lacking in terms of plot and character development, and it is fun! Also, apparently ni is New Adult? Caught Up In You. I picked up this book because I am learning to ice skate for hockey. Now there were a few things that bothered me in the story. All she cares about is moving back to AZ. This is one of the better self-published books I read. Her dad makes a deal with her that if she makes it to the girls hockey team she will go back in June. Her second game she knew she cinderellla to play better, focusing on the game more blocking many shots and winning At night she build a fire in her backyard and started to read a book but she couldn’t stop thinking of Shane that’s when he came and told her the reason behind why he left!
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She needs to make the school girl’s hockey team and then she can go back in June.
They sent me this book.