1 – Princess, the Pea, and the Night of Passion


 “Allow me to call it a grown up fairy tale with everything that a great fairy tale needs; a daring start, a hint of humor, believable characters, a beautiful setting, and a perfect ending. All executed with a beautiful narration from the author.”

                                               – 5 Star Review

In this grown-up version of the famous fairy tale, Princess Adara is running from her old life and a forced betrothal. Adara wants love and passion, but knows she can’t get them back home. When a raging storm halts her escape, Adara seeks refuge in the first dwelling she sees.

Prince Richard is tired of the trite, vain, frigid princesses his mother introduces him to in hopes he’ll marry. On this stormy night, he’s in the mood to love a woman, but he’s all alone.

Adara arrives on the castle doorstep, saying she’s a princess in need of help. The queen is doubtful and decides to lock Adara in a room with a pea to determine if the girl is as royal as she claims. Richard believes the beautiful, charming stranger, but he wants her locked in a bedroom for other reasons.

When Richard and Adara hook up, there’s more than a pea-sized bit of passion involved….

  • The Princess the Pea and the Night of Passion is Book 1 in the Passion-Filled Fairy Tales Series.

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Amazon.co.uk (United Kingdom) or Amazon.ca (Amazon Canada)

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