History is told from one person’s perspective. Sometimes they don’t get it right.
The Wicked Fairy has been wrongly accused of cursing Sleeping Beauty with a fate that would take her life if she pricked her finger on a spinning wheel.
But you haven’t been told the full story. The Wicked Fairy is only doing what she believes is in the best interests of the kingdom.
Now, with Sleeping Beauty coming of age, the fairy has to do something in order to stop her destroying everything. All she needs to do is find the princess.
Can the Wicked Fairy find Sleeping Beauty before everything is lost? Can she convince the entire kingdom of her innocence? And what is Sleeping Beauty really hiding?
A charming twist to the story of Sleeping Beauty, told completely from the point of view of the Wicked Fairy.
Also in the Fairy Tales Retold Series:
Cinderella is Evil
Killing Snow White
I Love Little Red
The Beast with no Beauty
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About the Author
Jamie was born into a big, crazy family of 6 children. Being the youngest, she always got away with anything and would never shut up. Constantly letting her imagination run wild, her teachers were often frustrated when her 'What I did on the weekend' stories contained bunyips and princesses.
Growing up, Jamie did the sensible things and obtained a Bachelor of Business degree from Southern Cross University and worked hard to gain her membership with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.
Yet nothing compared to writing. Quiting the rat race to spend quality time with her laptop named Lily, Jamie has written several novels and screenplays. Spanning a number of genres and mediums, Jamie writes whatever inspires her from ghost stories to teenage love stories to tantalising murder mysteries. Nothing is off limits.
A self-confessed television addict, dog lover, Taylor Swift fan, and ghost hunter, Jamie loves nothing more than the thrill of sharing her stories.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Love the different point of view this author uses in general. In this one, sleeping beauty does not outright seem to be as evil as some of her other princess counterparts. Love this author's work.