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Overall, I did like it, but some of it seemed a bit too conservative for my taste.

Just read the first chapter and you will be hooked. This book's description caught my attention because Cinderella was one of my favourite stories as a child.Stop Looking for Prince Charming—Let Him Look for You Of all the fairytale princesses we know and love, Cinderella is the one who got it right.She knew the spell was about to break, and ran out of the castle just in time to keep her mysterious identity a secret. He had to pursue her, to track her down and invite her to be his queen Stop Looking for Prince Charming—Let Him Look for You Of all the fairytale princesses we know and love, Cinderella is the one who got it right.Whether he knows it or not, the man God has for you longs to experience the thrill of the chase . Find out how to be a woman of mystery who lets herself be pursued, knowing you are worth every ounce of effort.The Cinderella Rule will show you how to be the queen your prince is already looking for.They don't really want a string of quick heartbreaks. Bethany treats you like a friend, more so like a best friend.

They really want their hearts, souls, and minds to be engaged by guys who see that they are unlike any other woman on earth. Jett, in a beautifully transparent voice, shares her own times of feeling desperate for a boy's approval and attention. As you read, it is as though you are in a conversation with a dear old friend that you don't I am one who avoids reading at all costs. There are so many wonderful thoughts, ideas, stories, and life lessons in this book.

I am a practicing Christian, as well as a teenage girl, but I'm more liberal than most Christian books out there, as a feminist (albeit an independently-political one), so this review is very much an expression of personal taste and the experience I had while reading it. I really liked the sentiments for most of the book; that is, making sure you're not being thirsty, making sure that you're a better person before you get into a serious relationship with someone, making sure the person you're dating actually cares about you, etc.

I also enjoyed the testimonials, for the most part.

I'm going to preface this review with saying that I'm not the super-ideal target reader.

I am a practicing Christian, as well as a teenage girl, but I'm more liberal than most Christian books out there, as a feminist (albeit an independently-political one), so this review is very much an expression of personal taste and the experience I had while reading it. I really liked the sentiments for most of the book; that is, making sure you're not being thir I'm going to preface this review with saying that I'm not the super-ideal target reader.

What we find more often than not, is that girls who target a particular boy and use every means to attract his attention are suffering from a lack of confidence and a fuzzy road map. We sure don't need more lessons on the "games" that we can play to land a man. This is a comfortable read that allows you to absorb solid truth free from judgment and criticism. The best part about all of it is that Bethany Jett talks to you like the person you are.