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Fashion Crazy 'Cinderella' Story Reminds Readers of the Casualties of Hypocrisy

Contact: Abigail Davidson, Publicist, WinePress Publishing Group, 360-802-9758, abigail@winepressgroup.com

ENUMCLAW, Wash., Aug. 17 /Christian Newswire/ -- Taking a modern twist on a classic story, Kristian Krawford draws readers into the life of Cinnamon Fairfield whose life as she knows it is about to take an unexpected turn as she approaches her 30th birthday. With laughs, attitude, fashion faux pas, and a little faith throw in the mix you will be delighted to travel with Cinnamon. She must joust with her wicked former stepmother, do battle with the evil bill collector on the phone, pursue the handsome prince, and learn the lesson of forgiveness.

On a typical day in the kingdom, our heroine puts on her Oscar de la Renta, slips into her Jimmy Choos, picks up her Kate Spade, and heads out to her dream job as a travel writer for Modern magazine. She is earnest in her belief in God, active in her church, has several close girl friends, and happens to be drop-dead gorgeous. A perfect life? Hardly.

Nearing a milestone birthday, Cinnamon finds herself suddenly out of work and making the minimum payments to her creditors is becoming more and more difficult. To make things even worse, her blunt remarks about the lifestyles of her would-be boyfriends are driving them away – all except for Pierce Caldwell. Although his beliefs don't match hers, Cinnamon feels like he may be "the one." What's a good girl to do?

"Cinnamon" by Kristian Krawford tells the lighthearted tale of a young woman who possesses a truly enviable life–on the surface at least. In reality, Miss Fairfield is accused of being a hypocrite because she preaches a moral standard to others that seems to conflict with the life she lives. Humor and lots of designer name-dropping abound in this modern day fable. The moral of this story is that "happy ever-after" comes when your walk matches your talk.

For more information, a review copy, or to schedule interviews, contact Abigail Davidson at abigail@winepressgroup.com, 360.802.9758, or 360.802.5748 fax.