Tripping Prince Charming – A Romance of S(h)orts
As featured in USA Today's Happily Ever After Column, three strong, independent women with no time for romance or girlish notions of knights in shining armor meet their match in three lovestruck men determined to make them believe in Prince Charming and happily ever after.
Michelle Monkou of USA Today said: "Tripping Prince Charming by Ey Wade In Tripping Prince Charming, Ey Wade uses a creative way to tell the story of friends Ivy Gardiner, Carmella Candy and Lillie-Rose McIntyre."
Written in acts, the interconnected stories introduce the three princes who hope to win the hand of their one and only true love. With music specifically selected for each phase of the courtship, Wade takes us on this creative romantic journey of thrills, disappointments, and ultimate happiness. Read and cheer for your favorite couple.
This is truly a modern-day fairy tale for the romantics at heart.
About Ey Wade (Houston, Texas Author)
Ey considers herself to be a caged in frustrated author of thought provoking, mind bending books in several genres, from romance to mystery to juvenile picture books. She is, and always has been the single the mother of three adult daughters that were previously home-schooled and the drooling ‘Lovey' to a little boy. Ey was born in Beaumont,Texas and reared as an Army brat. There is the constant need to speak, writing and telling stories is the way she choose to socialize.
"I became a writer because it is the only profession which allows me to talk to the ‘air’ and not be committed for insanity. Knowing me as a writer and author is like cracking an egg’s shell in the air and wondering how far the splatter will spread. Wait, that’s kind of like knowing me as a person. I’m like all over the board and always working on three to five projects at a time. I have no favorite spots to work and my view tends to be pointed at the keyboard. When an idea comes into my head I just flow with it. I haven’t been able to conform my writing to any specific pattern. I am more than often working on one story and the characters from another will just be dying to get my attention and I have to go into their world." -Ey