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I first met Lisa at a small writers’ group many years ago. The writing exercise revealed a woman still reeling from the destructive relationship she recounts here. In the long, painful journey to recover herself, Lisa used the writing of this book as a catharsis for her own healing. Now she shares those life experiences to help you avoid the miserable mistake

of ‘choosing a frog’. This is real; I know, I was there as I watched Lisa transform herself from a slime-covered doormat, back into the triumphant princess she was always meant to be.

Pam Driver, writer

As one of many who have experienced a bad relationship, I have found Lisa's book a truly valuable reference for those who are blindsided by a 'frog prince'. She certainly gives you a great insight to the trials and tribulations a corrupt and mentally abusive relationship can bring, and an insight into dealing with it and moving on with your life and finding yourself once more. It makes for an interesting and heart-warming read.

Holli Clark

A very informative, highly entertaining and, as it turns out, true story that's packed wtih solid good sense along with a step-by-step process on how to have a successful, friend-filled life. A book every young girl should have in her library. Lynda Amstutz

A skilful portrayal of life using a well-known fairy tale as an analogy to describe the basic principles involved when forming friendships. Lisa provides authenticity by an honest account of her experience in finding true love. Pearl Woodside BEd

Mesmerising book! Delightful. Lisa has provided practical insights on how to find your prince, how to develop friendships and how not to lose yourself in a relationship. A book every girl should read. Allison Fisher, Allison Fisher Career & Life Coaching,

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