“The Princess & the Penis” by R.J. Silver

PLEASE BE AWARE THE FOLLOWING REVIEW MAY CONTAIN EXPLICIT LANGUAGE NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN

In a small kingdom of Westwich far away lived a young Princess named Amalia. She was a compassionate Princess; the villagers called her an angel. King Norwood, was a proud and protective father who wanted to keep her pure and innocent to attract a Crown Prince for her to marry and help his destitute kingdom. He did this by surrounding her with guards to protect her from Cupid’s arrow.

When Princess Amalia turned 18 years old, King Norwood accepted the offer of proposal to Prince Rupert of Arginy for his family’s wealth. For days, Princess Amalia has been complaining to her parents about a lump in her mattress. They did everything possible to fix the problem but it did not go away. When asked to describe the lump, the Princess picked up a large candle but said it was thicker, had a mushroom top and two large apples on either side and grew when she touched it.

Outraged, the King called for the Captain of the Guards. The Captain could not figure out how a man got past the two guards outside the Princess’ door and the two guards under her window. Prince Rupert was to arrive in seven days and the King had to get rid of this “lump” before it did something not so innocent to his daughter so Prince Rupert would still have her.

Will the King be able to get rid of the lump shaped like a penis? Why is it just a penis with no body? Will Princess Amalia like Prince Rupert? How will rich royalty get along with poor royalty? Will anybody figure out what is happening with the penis lump? To get answers to the mysterious penis lump, you will have to read the book!

If you don’t believe me, check it out for yourself!

For full book synopsis and review visit http://booksbysteph.com/Silver__R.html

Until next time, take life one page at a time!

SZ

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