Christine

Christine

14.1K Reads 179 Votes 26 Part Story
KateLorraine By KateLorraine Completed

We've all heard of The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux, but what if it was a true story inspired by a prima donna living in Paris in 1889? This novel is about the life of Christine Joyeux and her travels in Persia with a mysterious companion during the year 1869, the last years of the reign of Nasir al-Din of the Qajar dynasty.  As Christine struggles to understand the mysterious man in her company, she begins to see how complicated the question of pursuing her own happiness can be.

  • badboy
  • christine
  • danger
  • erik
  • garnier
  • ghost
  • horror
  • lovestory
  • lust
  • nightmare
  • opera
  • paranormal
  • paris
  • persia
  • phantom
  • romance
  • sexy
JesseSprague JesseSprague Jul 19, 2016
Oh that eye...that eye was fantastically disturbing. You have my attention :)
JesseSprague JesseSprague Jul 19, 2016
So curious what the different relationships will be in this retelling. Her reaction at the end is so odd considering he's saved her from being murdered (hardly forcing the blood baths upon her) but yet there is a softness to her thoughts.
princemaxxy princemaxxy Jun 15, 2015
I was reading Bubble Tea Girl and loved it and came to check out your other stories. Now that I find out you like PHANTOM?!!!! You are definitely my favourite author on Wattpad ❤️️❤️️ keep up the great work! If you ever wanna discuss musicals, I'M HERE!
Chrissyy_Bumm Chrissyy_Bumm Jun 16, 2013
my name's Christine so when i saw this story i just had to read it! :D well done, you're a brilliant writer :)
AmaranthEbony AmaranthEbony Mar 23, 2012
I love this! As an avid fan of Phantom of the Opera (both the play and the novel), I simply adore fan-fictions of it. However, this seems to be a more original take on the classic, like "Wicked", and should be on shelves.
                              
                              Also, kudos for the eye-catching cover... :)
sigrist sigrist Feb 23, 2012
Very interesting concepts, I love turning familliar ideas into something new and interesting. Also, your writing is very descriptive which is something I love!
                              
                              Keep up the good work!