Though I can't claim to be a fan of your basic Cinderella story, I do seem to be drawn to Cinderella variations.
- The Prince and the Dressmaker
- Traditional Fantasy
- A Cinderella Story For People Like Me
- So That's What Happened After Happily Ever After
- A Mature Cinderella
- Cinderella Is All Over The Place Check the comments on this one for a discussion of Cinderella stories in other cultures.
- The Spirit of God Comes to Cinderella
My most recent Cinderella read is Geekerella by Ashley Poston, in which our heroine is a second-generation uber-fan of a cult TV show. She's not looking to attend a ball, but a cosplay contest at a con. Her prince is a young actor playing the hero in a movie version of the TV show. They have a Pride and Prejudice thing going on, in that when they originally meet, it's dislike at first sight. Readers might also think of You've Got Mail, since their relationship develops in a similar way.
At one point, I found the evil stepmother and stepsister a little over the top. And then I thought, This is Cinderella. Of course, they're over the top.
Ashley Poston has two other fairy tale updates set in this universe. The most recent, Bookish and the Beast, was published last month.