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A Grimm Fairytale (The Brother's Grimm, #1)

A Grimm Fairytale (The Brother's Grimm, #1)

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StrangerGranger By TeaNHeartache Completed

The Full Moon. 
A Blood Thirsty Beast. 
One Bite. 
That's the perfect combination for a grim fairytale. 

The only thing Loren Bell cares about is passing all of her college finals and getting some much needed sleep. She didn't account on having a dropped down, dragged out fight for her life with a mythical creature--who by all accounts shouldn't exist. Hanging on by a thread she ends up at the headquarters of The Organization. A secret government program whose job is to monitor and study these creatures. 

Loren finds herself wrapped up in dark fantasy and now it seems like the only one she can trust is the possibly psychotic prisoner she escaped with. Niklaus Grimm is part of a dying breed, having lived a thousand years himself he knows it won't be long before the hunger of the beast sharing his body gets the better of him. Well that was what he was waiting for until Loren showed up-- 

Now Niklaus must help Loren through The Change. All the while protecting her from his enemies which are many. He has only one weakness now and it comes in the form of a sassy female. Once they find out what Loren means to him, they will want to do everything in their power to destroy him. Even if it means destroying her.

Cover by @mediocer (P.S. She is a brilliant writer and artist. Check her out!!)

You know something awful is about to happen in this situation I just want to shake her and yell run NOW! Before the murder asks you to find chocolate sauce to go with the milk to make Hot Chocolate.
Really? She couldn't have gone into any nearby stores or something or ran for the town?
MsGirlEV MsGirlEV Apr 24
I like the inspecting the date. It's something I always do when out grocery shopping with my mom and aunt so it feels nice having this detail
This is what I would do:
                              "Oh... uh... hello, sir.... how was your day," I would say taking steps backwards with tears in my eyes. Than I would run out the shop and to my car.
kathy12121 kathy12121 Feb 27
Bruh i would have said "how do you like your cat meat grilled or fried?" Or "expect cat stew when you get here"
If people in horror movies would stop calling out 'Hello is anyone in here?' Then they'd all probably be alive. Those words are never good to say out loud