The Best Kept Secret In Normandy

Rated 4.20/5 based on 5 reviews
A tourist in France comes across Cinderella's legendary glass slipper and is turned into the princess she always dreamed of. Will she always see true beauty on the inside or will the spell be broken? More

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About Liz Newman

Author's Biography
About The Author
Liz Newman holds an MA in Clinical Psychology, and a BA in Mass Communications with a concentration in Broadcast Journalism. Liz Newman worked as an intern at KTVU Broadcasting Station in Oakland, California. Liz has also worked as a crisis counselor, a community health counselor, and a staff psychologist at a local elementary school. Liz also contributes anonymously to several texts published to assist children and teens struggling with social and domestic issues.

Several articles by Liz Newman have been featured in magazines and journals such as San Francisco Socialite, Spirit Song, Highlights, and The Sacramento News and Review, Chic Mom Magazine, Under A Harvest Moon, and Our USA Magazine.

Several novels and novellas by Liz Newman have been contracted for publication by Breathless Press, Secret Cravings Publishing, Lycaon Press, Devine Destinies, an imprint of Xstasy Books, and Gypsy Shadow Publishing. Her first novel, An Affinity for Shadows, made the Top 10 for Best Print/Electronic Romance Novel of 2011 in the Preditors and Editors Readers Poll.

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Review by: Catherine Cavendish on March 16, 2012 :
A lovely story with a touch of magic that was satisfying, well written and left me with a warm glow. Liz Newman (best knwon for An Affinity for Shadows) has delivered a warm and engaging short story, perfect for curling up with.
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Review by: Sylvia Morice on March 14, 2012 :
I enjoyed this quick-read. The characters were interesting, although the length of the story made it impossible to fully develop them. Think this could be a great longer story, with more detail added/filled in. I was a little confused over the time period of the story--Ceci's friend had a large bottle of lubricant on the plane (which would never be allowed today) and she wore "hot pants", so I thought it might be the sixties, but there were other references that made it sound as if the story is set in today's world. Maybe I'm just confused.
But even with these distractions, the story-line is good...I wanted to finish reading the piece right away. I did think that the ending seemed somewhat artificial, where in all of Paris Louis finds Ceci her first afternoon back a park...Paris is huge...difficult to suspend my belief that this wouldn't happen. But then, neither would I believe that a glass slipper could change her life, so there-you-go!
Overall this was a lovely story.
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Review by: G.E. Stills on March 11, 2012 : (no rating)
A wonderful tale. I enjoyed the humor scattered through the story. Ceci is unhappy with her looks and has a low opinion of herself. One magical night provides her with incentive to change her appearance and her self image.

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Review by: Jen McNeil on March 10, 2012 :
Forgot to leave a star rating to here you go!
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Review by: Jen McNeil on March 10, 2012 : (no rating)
I loved this book! I'm struggling with image issues and this read was an inspiration to me. Fun and free, which is great. I haven't read very many free reads that I liked this much. Romance, fantasy, and humor. I liked the way there was just the right amount of everything but even though the ending was great I wanted more. Hopefully a sequel?
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Review by: Colt Steele on March 10, 2012 :
As an avid fan of Chick-lit I loved it. The characters were vivid, and it kept me turning the page. I also appreciated the length (it wasn't too long) and I wanted to read the sequel. Awesome read. Definitely recommend it.
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Review by: Adelaye Hearst on March 10, 2012 :
Romance for the chubby woman. I liked the ending. Needed more substance.
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