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used to believe in fairy tales; she's been watching for Prince Charming to come
charging in on his white steed ever since the day her mother read her Cinderella
for the first time. But she's never come close to finding the perfect man-instead
she's always tripping over her childhood best friend, Will. And who finds their
Prince Charmingon a 10-speed bicycle on the other side of the cul de sac?
Well... Julianne does. Only she doesn't have a clue.
She and Will are attorneys
now, and they've joined up in private practice in a beautiful Cincinnati office
building that overlooks the Ohio River. And then one day Julianne is on her way
to court, and runs right smack dab into Prince Charming. But when she looks again,
all she finds is a metaphoric sign she is certain came straight from Heaven: The
Prince's toolbox has fallen off the back of his truck, and a work boot along with
it. What better way for God to grab the attention of a Cinderella-in-training than
to show her a glass slipper...errrr, work boot?...waiting to be reunited
with its owner?
So she sets out to track down the mysterious Prince Charming.
He's the most gorgeous guy she's ever seen...and a caring animal rescuer, too. Surely
he must be the soul mate God has prepared her for.
But, Julianne's prince
is starting to look less and less charming all the time. No matter how
she tries to romanticize him, he just keeps tumbling down off that dumb pedestal.
And with the Bar Association dinner coming up that will honor her for her outstanding
charity work over the year, Julianne wants so much for her friends and colleagues
to see her with someone besides her best friend Will. To make matters worse, Prince
Charming has no designs on wearing a penguin suit and attending a stuffy old dinner.
With her pride pressing in on her like sticks from a cactus, Julianne sinks to the
bottom of the proverbial barrel and actually offers to pay Paul to be her date.
is on a collision course with God's perfect plan for her life...if only she could
open her eyes and see it before it's too late.
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