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The Cinder Thief

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What’s a poor servant girl gotta do to buy her freedom?

Why, steal from the rich, of course!

My job is quite simple.

1. Infiltrate the royal palace during a ball.
2. Steal a valuable, mystical gem.
3. Escape and ransom my freedom.

Sounds easy, right?

Except, things go awry the moment Prince Charming—the richest and most arrogant man I’ve ever met—foils my plan. Not only does he slip and impale himself on my glass slipper, but he also shatters the gem, invoking a curse that forces us to relive the same day over and over.

Being trapped with him should be my worst nightmare, but I soon learn there’s more to him than a title. And now, I’m starting to catch feelings.

This cannot happen. I’m a thief. He’s a prince. A more star-crossed couple, I’ve never met. Not to mention, we’re trapped in this endless time loop, where I’m forced to watch him die again and again.

To break the curse, I have to give up my freedom…or my heart.

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"I would die a thousand more deaths if it meant being with you."

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