At the Stroke of Midnight

Written by:
Tara Sivec
Narrated by:
CJ Bloom

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
February 2018
8 hours 52 minutes
Meet the Naughty Princess Club: a brand new audiobook series from USA Today bestselling author Tara Sivec that introduces listeners to Fairytale Lane and the hilarity—and romance—that ensue when three women start a new business to make it rain.

Once upon a time Cynthia was the perfect housewife. Between being the President of the PTA and keeping her home spotless without a hair (or her pearls) out of place, her life was a dream come true. Her husband was once her knight in shining armor, but now he’s run off with all their money…and the babysitter.

Dressed as a princess at the annual Halloween block party on Fairytale Lane, she meets two other “princesses” also facing money troubles: antique store owner Ariel and librarian Isabelle. When the women are invited to wear their costumes to a party where they’re mistaken for strippers, Cindy, Ariel, and Belle realize that a career change could be the best way to make their money problems go bippity-boppity-boo.

But can structured Cindy approach a stripper pole without sanitizing wipes? And could the blue-eyed anti-prince that has been crossing her path become Cindy’s happily ever after? At the Stroke of Midnight is a hilarious, empowering story where princesses can save themselves while slaying in stilettos.
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This was a fun book and an interesting concept, which I enjoyed very much. I was looking forward to the next book of Belle and Beast. I do however feel that the author could have done more with the character and the character development. I really loved the narration on this one.

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Ann Dorothy F.

Let's go! I like the concept, this is an interesting spin on the Disney classics. It's an easy read. Warning if you are taken offence with vile language skip this on, one of the girl actually swears like a tuck driver and all the main female characters acts like, well emotional messes. Except the teenage daughter who actually acts like a human being. It's girly and over the top but hey it's fun. As for the male characters well they are as unrealistic as a Disney Prince can be, I guess it's the concept! They are also a few hot and steamy scenes but all in all it is more romantic or idilic than it is steamy. A but tumb up to the author for her treatment of the stripper/dancer concept, it is treated as an empowerment job which is fine with me but again it lacks the realism for me to call this a really good book.

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