Heroes Get Dibs
In order for a fairy tale to be a fairy tale there has to be a specific set of rules and boundaries set up. These rules consist of a relentless villain, a beautiful but spineless and soft spoken damsel in distress, and of course, her sexy and charming hero. But have you ever noticed that all fairy tales have the one unspoken, almost golden, rule? “What rule is that?” You must be wondering. Well, that rule is;
Heroes get dibs.
This applies even when the aforementioned hero doesn't exactly deserve his princess.
However, this is not a fairy tale and Marcelene Harris is no princess. She’s hardheaded, big mouthed, impulsive, insecure, and always getting into trouble. So typically someone like this -a recipe for disaster- needs a hero, and she has one. So what’s wrong with this picture? Well, she is convinced that her knight in shining armor is dating her best friend and she is NOT happy. Then one night at a wild frat party she meets a mysterious bartender that will have Walt Disney weeping and the Grimm Brothers cheering. He is an absolute game changer and seems to want Marcy for himself. But the problem is he’s not the one who saved her, so he does not have the rights to her heart.
Be that as it may, no one seems to give a damn about the typical rules regarding a fairy tale, and with the paparazzi cast as the fire breathing dragon, shit is bound to go down.
This leaves our poor damsel juggling two boys, two pasts, two futures, and a crap load of high school drama.
How will Marcy ever make it out alive?
Or better yet, who will help her make it out alive?
*PREVIOUSLY NAMED "COLOR BLIND"*