The Forsaken Hunter
You were told a tale of a long ago land about a poor mistreated girl named Cinderella. Forced to do work and whatever her stepmother and stepsisters demanded, a slave for her malicious family. But one day married a Prince and lived happily ever after? That is the story you were told, right? That is how it had happened? I'm afraid you were told wrong. That is not the full story. Because I am the real Cinderella, and it was not an easy road for me to become a Princess, I must say. It was a long bloody road, battling my abusive, emotionally unstable mother and my rather controlling stepfather, fighting Vampires and Werewolves, hiding from a ghost that just will not give me peace and the Prince of all Fae has decided, without my consent mind you, that I am to be his Fae Princess. Quite rude, is it not? Cinderella loses her beloved father after his carriage falls off a bridge and drowns and her distraught mother is forced to remarry to a man who pays more attention to Cinderella than to his wife, whom blames everything on her daughter. After they moved into a big house along the country side of Scotland, Cinderella begins to notice strange, eery things and it's not the heavy accents of the people residing in Scotland, it's the small, creepy voice beckoning her to the lake behind the house, the dark figures standing by her window and a young man who always comes over for dinner and his eyes are purple! When her mother is taken by unknown creatures and her stepfather goes missing, Cinderella is forced to the truth the strange boy forces upon her: she has royal Hunter blood running through her veins and now she must use that heritage to find her mother and stepfather and fight away Vampires, Werewolves, ghosts and a strange attraction that is pulling her towards the boy who claims to be the Prince of Fae, whom is also claiming her to be his Princess.