The king of the lovely unnamed kingdom
in this book has twelve daughters. Each daughter has grown
up, married her prince, and moved not too far away from
their father. Each seems to have found her
happily-ever-after. However, something rather peculiar is
happening in their households. Every morning, the princesses
wake up to find their shoes completely worn out. While it’s
keeping several kingdoms’ worth of cobblers in business, the
king is worried and offers a reward to anyone who can solve
The reward? Half the king’s kingdom.
The punishment for failing? Death.
Many men die trying to unravel the
riddle. Finally, Harmonia Brist, a wizardess from a faraway
kingdom, arrives with what she believes to be the solution.
The king, tired of putting people to death, modifies the
challenge’s conditions. If Harmonia solves the riddle, she
can have any one thing in his kingdom. Wait ‘til you find
out what she wants.
Harmonia is convinced the princesses
are experiencing discontent in their marriages. To escape
their troubles, they return each night in their dreams to
their father’s castle and dance the night away. This
discontent is manifested in the princesses’ worn-out shoes.
Traveling from household to household,
the wizardess diagnoses each problem and issues her
solution. From magical bubbles to chastity belts, golden
eels tucked into a princess’ privates to body-swapping,
Harmonia succeeds in bringing sexual bliss into each
household. Now if she could only steal some of that
happiness for herself…
Tired of reading about clits, slits, cock, and pussy? Want
to read an erotic tale whose language leaves you hot but not
cringing? Try Nancy Madore’s The Twelve Dancing
Princesses. Ms. Madore brings a breath of fresh air
to the erotic industry. I cannot gush enough about this book
or this author’s style of writing. Erotic, yet
romance-friendly. Sexy, hot, and stimulating, but written in
a Grimm Brothers fairy-tale format. This is a must read.