"Beecroft's writing style is instantly captivating and is ideally suited to her quirky, romantic fairy tale. The offbeat mash-up of familiar details and realistic locales with fascinating, dangerous aspects of her parallel fantasy world works surprisingly well, with her human hero's art forming an ideal bridge between the two. And while the inevitable humor of their situation is genuinely enjoyable, the very honest, raw emotions and steamy chemistry this odd couple discovers makes this book an undeniable success." - RT Book Reviews
"this light treat is sure to warm readers' hearts." - Publisher's Weekly
"Magical, funny, and absolutely absorbing. Those are the words that spring to mind when asked to describe my feelings after reading Too Many Fairy Princes
by Alex Beecroft. So many things to love about this book." - Joyfully Jay Reviews
"If you've wondered how it would feel to battle a swarm ofgoblins, or to fall gradually in love with a proud elfish prince, read TOO MANY FAIRY PRINCES. By turns it's funny and reckless, and it's always entertaining. The best summing-up I can give it is that it's for Roald Dahl fans who have grown up." - Fresh Fiction
From the Author
When I was writing this fantasy romance, I had just come out of writing a gay romance that was long and grim, and I wanted to relax and enjoy myself with a fantasy adventure that was light and easy to read and hopefully funny too. I've been a fan of elves since I read Tolkien in my childhood, but mine are a bit more like the elves in Terry Pratchett's "Lords and Ladies." When they interact with the human world it isn't distant regret that you feel so much as panic. But put them in Buckingham Palace and have them interact with the Queen and there's a large chance of comedy as well as excitement.
I really enjoyed writing this light-hearted adventure. I hope you enjoy reading it :)