Regardless of the "O_o" moments, I rather enjoyed it. It's a rather novel approach to Cinderella with a m/m slant.I mean, yeah, I can see how people would have problems with it since it perpetuates several stereotypes, bigoted truisim, etc. that are not necessarily the most edifying but it's all in good fun (though I suppose some could argue that that's too hypothetical imperative of me and I shouldn't encourage such things even in a non-serious way as that only serves to continue debasing our collective moral conscience. ...w/e.)I like that while the Cinderella trope is evident, it also creates a world beyond that, and that's what sets it apart from any other m/m Cinderella I've read outside of Megan Derr's books.