Cinderella's Secret Witch Diaries Fairy Tale Books
Everyone knows the fairy tale of Cinderella and the glass slipper, but what happened to her after she married the Prince? Set in the late 1700s as Napoleon is rising to power, Cinderella embarks on a journey of self-discovery as she tries to come to terms with her new life. Her journey leads her to find her long lost Fairy Godmother and aids her to solve the mystery behind her mother's death.
The Cinderella’s Secret Witch Diaries series (that currently consists of the following books: Lost, Stolen, Found, and Redemption is a perfect match for fans who have read Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series or Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy.
Book Reading order
New to my books? Here is the reading order that I would recommend.
Cinderella's Secret Witch Diaries Series
A Room of My Own (a free prequel novelette)
Lost (book 1)
Stolen (book 2)
Found (book 3)
Redemption (book 4)
The Jovian Gate Chronicles is a crossover trilogy that ties the Cinderella's Secret Witch Diaries and Jovian Gate Chronicles books together. You can enjoy both series or just one. The choice is yours.
The Jovian Gate Chronicles Series
Genre: Science fiction
Faith: The Jovian Gate Chronicles (book 1)
Hope (book 2 forthcoming)
Love (book 3 forthcoming)
Lost: Cinderella's Secret Witch Diaries (Book 1)
Category: Fantasy Novel
Length: 194 pages
Age Rating: 15 or older
What happened to Cinderella after she married the Prince? Set in the late 1700s as Napoleon is rising to power, Cinderella embarks on a journey of self-discovery as she tries to come to terms with her failed marriage and her inability to have a child. Torn between the Queen's insistence that she try all means necessary to conceive and her own desires, she agrees to travel to Paris to consult with a witch to help her become pregnant. Her journey leads her to find her long lost Fairy Godmother and aids her to solve the mystery behind her mother's death. Yet the Fey Lord, the Silver Fox, also takes notice in her and her world is suddenly turned upside down...
Book reviewer Jess Olsen Faulkingham: "The intrigue in this story pulled me in and wouldn't let go."
Book reviewer Tania Collins: "Written in a rich, beautiful style, so as not to take away from the original story, Cinderella's secret diary is definitely worth a read as well as a re-read."