"Rosina" (Hansel And Gretel) A House Made of...
We all know that Hansel and Gretel were almost eaten by a witch.
But, what if those weren't her intentions at all. It's not hard for children to misunderstand when they're afraid. So, what if the witch had really been trying to fix some great and horrible wrong?
INGREDIENTS FOR A TIME-TRAVELLING GINGERBREAD HOUSE
1) A boy, preferably with crumb stuffed pockets.
2) A girl, preferably with a certain bite.
3) Just the right amount of sweets (to balance the girl's spice).
Just heat in the oven and step back into the time you imagined.
Followed into the past by a strange wind that reminds her that maybe there isn't much she can change, Rosina faces off against the greatest of all her fears... And her greatest love.
A house made of Daisies, Tulips and Roses? And, an aroma that wafts through the air on a warm breeze . . .
Who would've known Evil to have a scent this... Alluring?
Meet, the Hedge Witch, a woman bent on tricking little girls into her home to create a new generation of evil, child-abducting witches who know just what tricks to play to get the kids through the door.
So? How did the Gingerbread Witch come to be? Why don't you ask her, herself?
*This is edited material - Let me know if you notice mistakes. Cover by the talented @aneonsky!*
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