When Tansy Poole inherits a run-down shoe shop tucked away in the village of Sticklepond, ‘Cinderella’s Slippers’ is born - providing the footwear to make any fairy-tale wedding come true…Carrying everything a bride would want to walk down the aisle in, Tansy’s shop soon expands to carry shoe-themed wedding favours, bridesmaid gifts and even delicious chocolate shoes. It’s the dream destination for any shoe-lover! If only everything in her personal life could be as heavenly – but with a fiancé trying to make her fit into a size 8 wedding dress, not to mention the recent discovery of disturbing family revelations, Tansy takes refuge in the shop’s success.
But one man isn’t thrilled by the stream of customer’s hot-footing it to Cinderella’s Slippers… Actor Ivo Hawksley, resident of the cottage next to the shop, is troubled by a dark secret in his past and has come to Sticklepond to nurse his own broken heart. However, Ivo realises that he and Tansy have a link in their past and soon, they both find out how secrets shared can make a very strong bond indeed…
Forget the Jimmy Choos, Chocolate Shoes and Wedding Blues is the only accessory you need for spring 2012…
Praise for Trisha Ashley:‘Trisha Ashley writes with remarkable wit and originality – one of the best writers around!’ Katie Fforde‘A lovely warm book, full of down-to-earth humour – and top tips on restoring a stately home!’ Sophie Kinsella‘Fresh and funny.’ Woman’s Own‘Packed with romance, chocolate and fun, this indulgent read is simply too delicious to put down.’ Closer
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A real fairy tale
I loved it. Yes its "chick lit" But there is more to the story than that would imply. When it finished I wanted more. I believed in the characters.
So many, the one with the dog, the decorating, and so on I don't want to give anything away.
It make me laugh. I did not cry, I got very frustrated at times
I enjoyed this book and I am likely to listen again in a few months. Tricha Ashley is a good if querky story teller. Her tails are not predictable. they all have twists.
- lynn clough
good book not so good narriting