Development makes an offer on the farm, so to speak, Jolie
Russell talks her father into accepting the offer. He does.
On the condition that they will have a house in the new
housing development. Widower Wyatt Russell refuses to leave
the land where he spent so many years with his wife.
Arrangements made, house built, life is fine. Or is it?
Jolie and her
father just don’t really fit in with the social class that
lives in the houses around her. She has a serious lack of
social skills but after yet another disaster, Jolie gets
some help from Brett Dean, who suggests that one, his
brother Cody has a thing for her and two, he can arrange for
an etiquette coach to help her overcome her lack of social
She’d like to
believe the first suggestion but she really needs the second
suggestion to even have a chance with Cody. Enter Miss
Abigail. Like an advancing army, this unlikely fairy
godmother, begins to whip Jolie into shape. It is important
to Jolie to be a part of Cody’s world and she wants to be
the kind of woman he needs for his place in society.
Jolie is falling
for Cody hard and fast. In the moment of truth can she fit
in? Does she want to? This is Cody’s life and she doesn’t
want to change. She is who she is. And it’s time to show the
world. Who cares about fitting in? Jolie wants to stand
Humor and emotion work together in LuAnn McLane’s Redneck
Cinderella to keep you reading. The characters are
amazing. All of them are well developed and I felt like I
knew them as I read. From Jolie and her father, Wyatt to
Jolie’s best friend Carletta and etiquette coach Abigail to
Cody and Brett Dean, I loved them all. Even Jolie’s rival
for Cody’s affections was memorable. From rags to riches,
Jolie fights to keep herself while Cody fights to win her.
Jolie is Cody’s Redneck Cinderella. All that’s
missing is the pumpkin. It’s a keeper.