Review: Striking Midnight by Jennifer Ellision

About the book:

Striking Midnight is Jennifer Ellision’s story in the collection, Kingdom of Glass and Ashes.

Cinderella – but not how you remember it…

What if the stepmother wasn’t the only one who was wicked and Prince Charming wasn’t what he seemed? What if your favourite princess didn’t make it home by midnight?

Be transported to far away lands where fantasy and magic come together and pumpkins and princes are joined by shifters and stepsisters in this captivating collection of one of the greatest love stories ever told.

From the imagination of our authors, prepare to meet Cinderella as you’ve never read before. Kingdom of Glass and Ashes is a spellbinding collection of fantasy and contemporary retellings, written by multiple USA Today and bestselling authors telling their own version of the beloved tale. Get ready for romance, excitement, enchantment and more than just a glass slipper.

Striking Midnight is currently available ONLY as part of the Kingdom of Glass and Ashes collection. Grab your copy today. 

Review by Katy Haye:

Striking Midnight brought some excellent twists to the Cinderella story. The world-building was excellent, and provided a powerful conflict between two nations which the infamous ball was placed to heal … or would it?

I loved the characters of Cyn and Knox, and I particularly enjoyed seeing their relationship build, wobble, strengthen and founder again. They were both a complex mixture of capable and vulnerable (Cyn in particular was a fabulous young woman to be crossed at your peril, even my heart was aching for her) and they made a great pair.

Striking Midnight led me a fabulous journey along a very twisting path, and I can’t wait to dive into more of this collection.

Katy Haye’s new series launches tomorrow with first book Dragon Thief. If you like magic, danger, deadly royals and a heroine who won’t accept her fate tamely, Dragon Thief is the book for you!

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