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The Enchanted Truth by Kym Petrie
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Aug 14, 2012

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A revisited fairy tale very modern and easily to read.

A young princess decides to ask her fairy godmother for a cure for her heartache. She wants to avoid always picking the wrong guy and find a lasting love. But then, the method of the good fairy is quite surprising ...

Pleasant and fun to read, this tale is for all young women endowed with an artichoke heart (someone who easily falls in love). Thanks to her frog, the young princess learns how to trust herself, to gain confidence and independence. Suddenly, she becomes more demanding and more stingy about the qualities and faults of her princes charming as they arise.

Fun, this short novella is good advice for women who rely too much on their half to be whole and happy. Also a fresh look and criticism of contemporary women.


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