Fallen Stupid for You
Fairy tales are real. My parents are the living proof of it. And it is my dream to have one too! I, Edgelyn the princess, will wait for my prince charming to sweep me off my feet. He must be willing to chase me and to do anything to keep me. In short, he will be the one doing all the work. Just like how my papa pursued my mama. That's my principle.
And just like in fairy tales, first kisses are so much treasured. First kisses shall only belong to the man you're going to spend the rest of your life with.
I already have pictured the perfect first kiss in my mind. Imagining it over and over in my head. To have my first kiss on my wedding day. You know, when the priest announces "You may now kiss the bride."
Memorable and romantic, isn't it? Yeah, that's how I pictured my first kiss to be like. But it didn't happen like that.
And it never will.
Guess what? I already had my first kiss. It was memorable. But not romantic.
I had my first kiss on the least expected moment of my life.
Someone - a frog- stole my first kiss.
He is indifferent, gloomy, cynic... the exact opposite of my ideal man. And to make it worse, he doesn't believe in love.
Never did I imagine my fairy tale to turn into The Princess and the Frog!
And if I'm not going to chase him, I'm afraid I'm never going to fulfill my dream. He's got to return that precious thing he stole from me. But should I bend my principles just to have my fairy tale ending?
The story is based on real experience, so don't expect the characters and the plot to be perfect. It may challenge your beliefs, morals, and culture. I strongly advice my readers to have an open mind.