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  • Hardcover
  • 480 pages
  • Cinderella Sister
  • Dilly Court
  • English
  • 09 February 2018
  • 9780099538844

10 thoughts on “Cinderella Sister

  1. says:

    An ok book easily read with a lot of good fun characters and an ok plot I say this often that I realise times were different and girls were naive and innocent but seriously they really do my head in at times for how stupid they are..meet a man,say 10 words to him and suddenly their in love,like wise up Lily was ok but she really never stood up for herself she was so pathetic at times and the way the men just controlled everything and she let them.The ending was nice enough,if a tad predictable It was all just a bit too mills and boon


  2. says:

    Enjoyable story about Lily, the youngest of her family, who is overworked and unappreciated, yet uncomplaining and decent Her family are struggling in poverty in 1880s London Interesting themes developed around love vs sacrifice i.e her mum left her children for romance and lifestyle, whilst other characters continually sacrifice for others or for duty also being open to opportunities, patience, love and making decisions in life.


  3. says:

    The characters had some strong traits which was good but didn t really stick to them A lot of events were over quickly and chances to give good description and create deep emotion was passed over Difficult situations were reacted to with a laugh which was hard to believe It contradicted itself a lot, whether it was the events or the characters which made it even harder to believe and the description was constantly repeated The plot was Ok though and it was an alright read.


  4. says:

    Started a bit slow and the constant pining of all the female characters after Armand was a bit annoying and repetitive, but once it got going and the plot started moving I enjoyed it and its full of likable characters


  5. says:

    Very good Needed a change from all the action I ve been reading Kept me up at night also much to the annoyance of other half


  6. says:

    Plot slow, very predictable Felt like a Mills and Boom book, really put me off Dilly Court The Workhouse Girl was so much better.


  7. says:

    I enjoyed this and it was something a bit different from Dilly Court.


  8. says:

    sigh


  9. says:

    Nicely done All got their happy endings so I liked it.


  10. says:

    Enjoy reading dilly court books loved the story to start of with but ending abit disappointing still want to read of her books.


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Cinderella Sister characters Cinderella Sister , audiobook Cinderella Sister , files book Cinderella Sister , today Cinderella Sister , Cinderella Sister 48492 Lily Larkin Is The Youngest Of Six And The Least Important Member Of Her Talented, Argumentative, Temperamental Family With Their Father Dead And Their Mother A Stranger To Them, She Must Stay At Home And Keep House Whilst Her Elder Siblings Go Out To Work As She Goes About Her Daily Chores, And Minds Her Ailing Grandfather, Her Head Is Full Of Dreams And She Longs For The Day She Can Have A Life Of Her OwnWhen A Fire Threatens To Destroy The Nearby Docks, Lily S Act Of Kindness Towards A Handsome Foreigner Has Disastrous Consequences For The Whole Family For Shortly Afterwards They Are Thrown Out Of The Only Home They Have Ever Known And Have No Choice But To Move Into Two Mean Rooms Above The Fire Station Where Lily S Brothers Work Here The Family Struggles To Make Ends Meet But Just When Things Might Be Looking Up For Them All, Lily Makes A Terrible Error Of Judgement By Going Against Her Eldest Brother S Wishes In Anger He Turns Her From The Door Forced Onto The Streets, Lily Wonders If She Ll Ever See Her Family Again


About the Author: Dilly Court

Dilly Court grew up in North east London and began her career in television, writing scripts for commercials She is married with two grown up children and four grandchildren, and now lives in Dorset on the beautiful Jurassic Coast with her husband She is the author of eighteen novels and also writes under the name of