'A lovely little bookthat can be enjoyed by all. It's fun but has a deeper serious side and I finished it with a smile. Highly recommended.' Ali the Dragonslayer.
'The Prince and the Pea is ultimately a fairy tale but it also carries avery important message for all. Be yourself. Follow your dreams. Fulfilyour destiny. Make your own path,' - Swirl and Thread.
'Romantic, sweet, and uplifting... contains a lot of feeling in its short pages andwhen I finished the last sentence I couldn't wipe the smile from myface. A thoroughly enchanting story!' - Books of All Kinds.
'... enchanting and sweet... exactly what a heartwarming romantic fairytale should be like.' - With Love for Books.
'I loved everything about this short...A perfect, nicely different autumnalread to make you smile, giggle and swoon. Very satisfying.' - BRMaycock's Book Blog.
'This is a lovely little story to readaloud, my youngest daughter is almost ten and not really into romanticor princess stories but she enjoyed this and particularly liked thecharacters taking their destiny into their own hands.' - Hair Past aFreckle Book Reviews.
'Alongside the smooth quality of thewriting is a perfect pitch and tone for this kind of tale so that itwould appeal to readers of all ages... although the Prince and the Pea is a short story, it packs a punch.' - Linda's Book Bag.
'This oldtale is beautifully told and has kept some of the original story butgained its own originality too. It is one that makes you sigh and smilewith a lovely happy ever after ending.' - Books From Dusk Till Dawn.
About the Author
Denise Deegan writes stories for readers of all ages. She lives with her family in Dublin, where she regularly dreams of sunshine, a life without cooking, and her novels being made into movies. She has a master’s degree in public relations and has been a college lecturer, nurse, china restorer, pharmaceutical sales rep, public relations executive and entrepreneur. Her favourite story of all time is a fairy tale: ‘The Selfish Giant’ by Oscar Wilde.