The synopsis intrigued me; the idea of Cinderella with a BDSM twist definitely piqued my curiosity. Jaimie is painted as a woman of courage with strong morals and a boring sex life. You can respect her for being so brave to blow the whistle on an embezzling ring at work, even though it gets her fired. So when her friend Lucy signs her up for a weekend as a Sub with an anonymous Dom benefactor, you have begun to connect with her and want her to go and have a good time. The premise may cause concern that a Cinderella story could be cheesy, but the author does a brilliant job at painting a sexy weekend. The Dom chose Jaimie for a reason, and that plot is intriguing enough to provide something to the story other than the sexual element, but wasn’t too heavy and distracting. The sex was hot. HOT. The role-playing of all the fairy tales was a cute twist. I would definitely not have any qualms about picking up other books in the series. I only wish the book was a little longer. The story was not lacking in resolution, but I thought it was well crafted enough that I didn’t want it to end.