The Princess & the Penis

Book Cover of The Princess & the PenisA beautiful, chaste, and completely naive princess encounters a strange lump in her mattress. The lump soon morphs into a shape familiar to everyone but her, triggering her curiosity and her father’s greatest fears. He frantically tries to intervene, but having a large phantom phallus in a curious maiden’s bed is never a good combination.

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Here’s a sample of what people are saying about this book at various sites around the web:

An adorable and hilarious take on the Princess and the Pea. The writing is really great and the outcome regarding Amalia and her new friend, the happy, cuddly penis will leave you laughing.   — Babbling About Books

I haven’t laughed so much at a book since I first read Mark Henry’s Happy Hour of the Damned. The ebook is thirty-nine pages long and I have twelve bookmarks in it because of things that made me quite literally laugh out loud. Considering I usually mark about five great lines in a full-length novel, this should tell you something about The Princess and the Penis. RJ Silver, I look forward to what you’re going to give us next.  — Wicked Little Pixie, Seleste Reviews

Delighted with this wickedly delicious satire.  I’m not sure what RJ Silver has in mind for an encore, but I, for one, will be reading it.Penelope’s Romance Reviews

It’s a parody of a fairytale of epic proportions. Silver puts all the fun into this fairytale with the innocent, loving, warm, and virginal daughter of the King of Westwich as she explodes the typical fairytale formula while poking fun at the birds and the…er…flies.  Silver is a hoot!Kathy Takes On Books

I read The Princess and The Penis at the recommendation of many of my online romance book friends, and I can see why they were so excited about it. At only 36-pages, it is a quick fun read that had me smiling and laughing the entire time. The humor is bawdy but it is not graphic or too explicit. It is one of the best parodies of a fairytale romance I’ve read in a long time. Top Shelf Romance Reviews 

I was laughing from beginning to end. This is one of the best small tales Ive read and highly-recommended to other book lovers. With a slice of Frog Prince’s report and a twist at the end, the report is amusing and hilarious for childish and ancient! Congratulations and looking forward to other tales!

From beginning to end this story will have you laughing out loud. The characters are hilarious in their own different ways. The dialogues between aunt Leila and aunt Ingrid are memorable.The Bookaholic Cat

What I like about The Princess and the Penis is that even though it deals with a supposedly censored subject and premise, still it was able to modestly get away with it without making the reader feel uncomfortable or guilty. And since it is told in a fairy-tale manner, you get the feeling that you are reading a children’s book except that from time to time that P word pops up, no pun intended. And I especially like the funny, witty exchanges between Aunt Leila and Aunt Ingrid during the “sex education” of Princess Amalia. I think this is a timely read, considering the hot topic of the Reproductive Health Bill in the country. RJ Silver is definitely a genius for coming up with this very original idea of a comedy.It’s A Wonderful Bookworld

With The Princess and the Penis, I was expecting something really…well, tawdry. Instead this is a fractured fairy tale that’s definitely silly,
but also surprisingly sweet. Add in a great ending and I think this is a short story every romance lover should add to their to-read list!Truth, Beauty, Freedom, and Books

Absolutley Fantastic!  What a cute dream come true fantasy fairy tale.  Only in dreamy fairy tales can Prince Longwood really exist but wouldn’t it be so kewl if we could find a long lump in the bed with a mushroom head come o life from a simple kiss when we wished. I can’t stop smiling and laughing at the thought of this cute story. It didn’t even take me an hour to read it, very fast paced 92 page read, I just couldn’t turn the pages fast enough.Queentutt’s World of Escapism

This book, while rudimentary, is laugh out loud funny. Here was a King trying to get rid of it any way he can while the Princess is so kind that she cannot hurt anything. The fact that there was a bodiless penis poking a Princess who did not know what a penis was ended up with some funny situations. While I was surprised with the ending, I really should not have been. This book was cute.  — A Book By Any Other Name…

RJ Silver (and yes he is a man)  has done a brilliant job of writing a short tale that is hilarious and will have you laughing out loud!  This story is in no way crude or pornographic, it is just a brilliantly funny satirical fairy tale that makes you wonder what on Earth R.J.Silver will be able to produce for an encore!Top Best Selling Book

The Princess and the Penis is fun, quirky, crafty, hilarious, and even spreads an underlying message from within. A bit of a twisted version of The Princess and the Pea meets The Princess and the Frog. I am a sucker for puns and Silver did a wonderful job of pulling out some stellar double entendres. Many of the taboos of sex are hinted to with snarky humor provided by the two Aunts. One thing I appreciated was that the story is written in a non-offensive manner despite the subject matter. — Reader’s Edyn.