Movies Books Music Food Tv Shows Technology Politics Video Games Parenting Fashion Green Living more >

Lunch » Tags » Books » Reviews » The Twelve Dancing Princesses » User review

Grimm was never this much fun

  • Feb 6, 2009
  • by
This set of interconnected short stories is based on the fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, where a king offers a reward for anyone who can tell him how his daughters' shoes get thoroughly trashed every night without their apparent knowledge.

The king in this story has twelve daughters, so you can imagine the size of the daily bills from Manolo Blahnik and Jimmy Choo, and you can also imagine his haste in getting to the bottom of the matter. To make it more puzzling, all the daughters were married, so the original fairy tale solution just didn't cut it anymore.

To make sure that only serious enquiries were entertained, the king pronounced a death penalty for failure, so after a while nobody was volunteering to solve the case of the un-soled shoes.

Since the men weren't up to the task, along came a "wizardess" with quite a few tricks in her bag and up her sleeves, and after convincing the king that she was the one, she set to work visiting each Princess and royal spouse at their respective homes.

Now these are erotic short stories, so you will realize that the key to the shoe thing lies in the intimate relationships between each Princess and her husband. The author skillfully uses each short story to focus on a different problem that can cause conjugal strife, and offers words of advice on how to solve them.

And now for the good stuff.....

Each story involves the "wizardess" prescribing cures for the problem at hand, including golden eels, magic rings, paintbrushes, masks, a special chastity belt that takes a lot more than a word to "open sesame", magic bubbles and even a fairy tale apple.

Hot and steamy, but never offensive or crude, these sizzling stories would make the Brothers Grimm squirm in their ledenhosen.

Amanda Richards

What did you think of this review?

Fun to Read
Post a Comment
More The Twelve Dancing Princesses reviews
review by . January 27, 2009
5Cclip_filelist.xml"> A king is puzzled that his twelve married daughters wake up each morning to find that their shoes have been completely worn out while they sleep.  Several people have stepped forward trying to solve the mystery, yet no one has been able to.  A wizardess comes through with an intriguing, yet seemingly impossible, answer.  The king challenges her to prove her findings and to cure the reasons behind it, and the wizardess accepts the challenge and pays each princess …
About the reviewer
Amanda Richards ()
Ranked #39
I write reviews for a hobby. Most of my reviews are short and to the point, on account of my short attention span. I try to make my reviews both informative and entertaining, and sometimes I succeed. … more
Consider the Source

Use Trust Points to see how much you can rely on this review.

Your ratings:
rate more to improve this
About this book



ISBN-10: 0373605161
ISBN-13: 978-0373605163
Author: Nancy Madore
Genre: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: Spice (September 1, 2007)
First to Review

"This Erotica was a DUD!"
© 2015 Lunch.com, LLC All Rights Reserved
Lunch.com - Relevant reviews by real people.
This is you!
Ranked #
Last login
Member since