If shoes that fit or don’t remind you of Cinderella, you are not far off the mark. This is a goody goody romance that comes with a warning for diabetics! And did I mention its Inspirational?
William and Julianne or Will and Jules (not Grace) have grown up together in Cinci or Cincinnati. A small patch of lawn separates their parents’ houses. They have done everything together including going to law school and have now opened up their own practice. They have dinner with their parents 2-3 times every week to eat fancy home cooked meals. Everyone knows they are inseparable except them. Jules falls for a carpenter who turns out to be insensitive. Will is pursued by Jules’ nemesis. Each of them has a bosom buddy who tries to make them see the light. In the end, the shoe fits as expected and they drive off into the sunset.
There are no spoilers here, because you know the end right from the first page. You are just along for the ride. The are times when you just want to shut out the world and escape into a bunch of rainbows and fairy tales. If The Shoe Fits is perfect for those times. There are fewer characters here than Emma Rae’s Tanglewood Inn, but they are likable enough.