How Zoe Made Her Dreams (Mostly) Come True by Sarah Strohmeyer was released in April. This is a more unusual offering of a "fairy tale" themed book on the blog since it is a YA novel set in a fairy-tale themed amusement park inspired by Disneyland. Sounds like a light summer vacation read, especially for those planning a trip to a Disney park.
Like Meg Cabot, Sarah Strohmeyer has a gift for creating smart, funny girls teen readers love. She’s done it again with Zoe, heroine of her latest romcom.
In YA novel How Zoe Made Her Dreams (Mostly) Come True, Zoe learns there is a dark core under the glittering façade of the fairy-tale themed amusement park (cough, Disneyland, cough) where she’s a summer intern. For starters, her boss has a blacker heart than Snow White’s stepmother, and the other interns are worse backstabbers than Cinderella’s step-sisters.
On the upside, she has the chance of romance with a real-life Prince Charming, and a shot at winning a big heap of cash. If she can just live through a summer in the Fairyland Kingdom.
Strohmeyer is no stranger to fairy tale themes either with previous adult titles like The Cinderella Pact and The Sleeping Beauty Proposal.