Book Review: Inconceivable by Cherrie Mack

Inconceivable E-Book CoverTitle: Inconceivable

Author: Cherrie Mack

Genre: Romance / Fantasy

Rating: 4 stars

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When Prince Charming comes looking for the woman who stole his heart at a Manhattan shoe store, he instead finds her stepsister, Allie. Allie doesn’t leave the best impression with the handsome Zach Brady, who quickly dismisses her as the maid. But an unusual fairy godmother with bulging biceps, long hair, and a cool demeanor has plans for her. Can Allie keep herself from falling for the wrong man and convince him to help her snag Zach? This duo quickly learns that sometimes if the shoe fits, the pair could be all wrong.

I loved Inconceivable, a new spin on the Cinderella story. Zach Brady is handsome and charming, but he might not be the Prince Charming Allie’s been looking for – especially not since their first encounter turns out all wrong, and since Allie’s stepsister, Adrienne is more than a little interested in Zach. But thankfully Allie has a not-so-conventional Fairy Godmother to look out for her: a Fairy Godmother who is actually male, has tattoos, and is overall pretty cool. As Angelo sets out to help Allie conquer Zach’s heart, the Fairy Godmother and his charge might both find more than they were looking for… The blurb sums it up best, really: “sometimes if the shoe fits, the pair could be all wrong”.

I loved Allie. Like Cinderella, she’s charming in a cute, sweet way. Despite what life throws at her, she’s friendly but she doesn’t always look on the bright side, especially not at first. She grows a lot as a person throughout the book though, becoming a better version of herself.

Making fairytales contemporary doesn’t always work well, but Cherrie Mack nails it. All the characters are believable (even a biker Fairy Godmother) and the plot was great. At a little over a 100 pages, it’s a fast read.

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