Cinder Ella — S.T. Lynn

Ella is trans­gen­der. She’s known since she was young; being a wom­an just fit bet­ter. She was hap­pier in skirts than trousers, but that was before her step­moth­er moved in. Eleanor can’t stand her, and after Ella’s father pass­es she’s forced to revert to Cole, a lump of a son. She cooks, she cleans, and she tol­er­ates being called the wrong name for the sake of a roof over her head. Where else can she go?

An oppor­tu­ni­ty to attend the roy­al ball trans­forms Ella’s life. For the first time, strangers see a wom­an when she walks down the stairs. While Princess Lizabetta invit­ed Cole to the ball, she doesn’t blink an eye when Cinderella is the one who shows. The princess is ele­gant, bold, and every­thing Ella nev­er knew she want­ed. For a moment she glimpses a world that can accept her, and she holds on tight.

She should have known it wouldn’t last. Dumped by her wicked step­moth­er on the far­thest edge of the king­dom, Ella must find a way to let go of the princess and the beau­ti­ful life they shared for an hour. She’ll nev­er find her way back. But it’s hard to for­get the great­est night of her life when every rose she plants is a reminder.

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I real­ly, real­ly love this twist on a tra­di­tion­al fairy tale. It’s awe­some to see a trans* romance… I hope there are more to fol­low!