How to Survive a Modern Day Fairy Tale

A quirky, people-pleasing bookworm who is internet-famous for decorating cookies falls for the CEO of a huge tech company hailed as the next Mark Zuckerberg and the pair try to navigate their personal and professional differences together.

How to Survive a Modern Day Fairy Tale

This is no ordinary Cinderella story from #OwnVoices debut author Elle Cruz. Claire never believed in fairy tales--that is, until she met Nate--in this fun, flirty rom-com.Claire Ventura is nothing like the poised and perfect heroines she reads about in her favorite romance novels. She's a quirky, people-pleasing bookworm with a degree in Women's Studies and an internet cookie decorator all rolled into a five-foot-two package fueled by chamomile tea. And most of all, Claire loves her grandmother, Lola. Claire was always her favorite grandchild, and they shared a special bond. So when Lola inches into her nineties and Alzheimer's starts chipping away at the vital and independent woman she used to be, the whole family dynamic starts shifting in a new direction.Then Claire meets Nate, the CEO of a mega tech company, and he takes her to Paris. Hailed as the next Mark Zuckerberg, Nate is a fast-rising star in the tech industry, and he's just fallen head-over-heels for Claire. Together, Claire and Nate must learn to navigate their personal and professional lives and, in the end, Nate proves to Claire that fairytale endings are really just the beginning.

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