Princesses are not exactly known for having a great sense of humour. Especially if they've been waiting patiently up in a tower for their knight in shining armour to rescue them ... only to find the result completely unacceptable.
Knights are not exactly known for delicacy and tact. Especially when they've risked life and limb (well, nearly) to rescue fair maidens ... who turn out to be rather less than grateful.
Three-headed beasts, thorny vines, clanking armour and very bad singing are only the beginning of a somewhat odd and wholly untraditional fairytale.
You may have heard it before ... but you've never heard it like this!
"Brilliant and breathtakingly funny! I couldn't put it down, even when my ribs hurt from laughing so hard!"
Reader review, Amazon
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About the Author
Karen Alexander lives in Johannesburg, South Africa. She has been entranced - and ensnared - by writing in one form or another for most of her life; from writing children's stories at the age of five to amuse her family, to stage plays in her late teens, to the inevitable bad poetry that coincided with first heartbreak. Though she occasionally dabbles in the other arts, writing remains her first love. She is the author of the military thriller "Deus Ex Machina", the romance "An audience with the sidewalk saviour", and the funny fairytale-reboot "The Official Guide to Rescuing and Maintaining Damsels in Distress".