Keep on Believing

Taking some of the family s jewels, Ella Spencer and her brother left the kingdom in the dead of night, escaping the clutches of their evil stepmother Ella realized they need a different life than one of a servant Now living in a new kingdom, Ella believes this is where they can start over again So far, it s working until her brother s school teacher starts poking his nTaking some of the family s jewels, Ella Spencer and her brother left the kingdom in the dead of night, escaping the clutches of their evil stepmother Ella realized they need a different life than one of a servant Now living in a new kingdom, Ella believes this is where they can start over again So far, it s working until her brother s school teacher starts poking his nose into their business She cannot tell him the truth, yet deep down inside, she feels that he might be her Prince Charming after all, and be the one who ll save her from danger Christopher Morgan is hiding secrets that he never plans to divulge The sister of one of his students intrigues him, and he can t keep from wanting to know about her When a man comes around asking questions, Chris fears Ella is not safe and he needs to protect her But he finds that he is the one in need of a dream come true Can he hope that Ella will be the one to rescue him out of his life before these secrets destroy him
Keep on Believing Taking some of the family s jewels Ella Spencer and her brother left the kingdom in the dead of night escaping the clutches of their evil stepmother Ella realized they need a different life than one

  • Title: Keep on Believing
  • Author: Marie Higgins
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Keep on Believing”

    1. I enjoyed the story very much. It was well written, with interesting and well developed characters. They were not one dimensional fairy tale figures, but seemed like real people with their fears and struggles to overcome traumatic past. The bad stepmother was really evil, and not all magic was used for good. Luckily as in a fairy tale, villains were punished and heroes and heroines got their HEA. Highly recommended

    2. 2.5/5.0A appealing retelling of a classic tale, “Keep on Believing” is a clean fairy tale with a cute romance, and new spin on an old story.Read full review in the 2016 June issue of InD'tale Magazine.

    3. One fantastic fairytale that turns heads and changes things around with a few twist, en evil step-mother, spells, magic, a teacher, a brother, a sister, a friends, and lots of misdirection and half truths. This was one fairytale that was full of fun and not the expected.

    4. This was an interesting re-telling of the Cinderella story. Such and interesting twist. Cinderella leaves home with some of her mothers jewels and makes a life for herself elsewhere. Then she meets a school teacher and he sweeps her off her feet. Lots of fun and a little magic.

    5. Definitely not your run off the mill Cinderella story! Wonderfully written that I couldn't stop reading from start to end. Cinderella never had it better. :)

    6. So cute! I love the twist in this fairy tale it was unexpected and different. I enjoy these little fairy tale swaps. It's an entertaining and enjoyable read.

    7. Keep on Believing is a retelling of Cinderella. Ella and her brother, Billy, leave the clutches of their evil grandmother and decide to settle in a new kingdom with a new identity. Everything seems fine until Billy’s school teacher starts looking into Ella and her family. Ella tries to hide her secrets, but as she starts to fall for him, she wonders if she should tell him the truth. Can Ella learn to trust him and learn to believe in love? Ella was a very fun character. She is feisty and stubb [...]

    8. An enchanting remake of an old fairy tale!Keep on Believing is a retelling of the fairy tale Cinderella. Ella and her brother run away and create a life for themselves away from their evil stepmother. The burden of the secrets starts to become too much and has the potential to come out sooner rather than later. Christopher, Billy’s teacher (Ella’s brother), has his own secrets that he keeps hidden away. When the two come together the sparks fly. Keep on Believing was an enchanting and charmi [...]

    9. his audiobook was sort of mediocre. From the description, I was expecting a higher degree of character development and from the way Chris and Ella’s first kiss was written, I was hoping for more romance. At its heart, this wasn’t really a Cinderella story either, though it had a few elements of that tale (the wicked stepmother, the glass slippers, and the ball). The spin on the traditional tale was interesting, though, and I enjoyed the changes.In the beginning (up until Ella goes to the sch [...]

    10. A Cinderella Story. If that tagline gives you goosebumps and peaks your "oooo" reaction, then we've got a lot in common.Fairytale retellings generally fall into the "really really good, or really really bad" category for me. Luckily this one was really, really good. It was different, and while the details were changed to be a retelling, they were awesome changes. Like most of you, my deepest experience with the story of Cinderella, comes from Disney, and the Brothers Grimm in their folk tale col [...]

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