Sammy struggles to find a balance between building her new business, designing wedding dresses, paying the bills, and taking care of her sick mother. Maybe it wouldn’t be so hard if she didn’t have such a big heart giving away dresses that should have paid the rent. When the very rich Kain Badd enters her life and throws a whole heap of money at her to finish his sister’s dress overnight, she takes the job thinking it will be the answer to all her problems. Little does she know that her problems have only just started.
Sammy’s character is typically sweet and Kain comes across as the bad boy from a dangerous family but it soon becomes clear that their roles aren’t typical at all. The story strides the sweet romance genre with a large dash of thriller thrown in and that’s what makes this story a great read. I couldn’t put it down.
The cover of the book doesn’t mirror the story and I feel it’s missing a sparkly Cinderella shoe.