My second novel is a fairytale fantasy suitable for all ages.
The inept evil sorcerer Diabolos plots to usurp the throne of Meritania but finds his schemes foiled at every turn by handsome window cleaner Nick. Will Diabolos be able to seize the throne? Will selfish brat Princess Alisande ever grow up? What is the secret of Nick’s past? Where is your fairy godmother when you need her? And how will the kingdom cope with the destructive enemy headed its way? A romantic fairy tale adventure with a wry sense of humour, “Someday, My Prince” is a modern bedtime story for anyone who enjoys Disney movies and pantomimes.
I initially conceived the idea as a television series. Every week Diabolos would try some evil scheme that would be doomed to failure, but as I got into building the characters and their back stories, I realised there was a bigger tale to tell. As with all fairy stories, there is something else going on beneath the surface.