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The Prince And The Swan

The Prince And The Swan

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Elize-Remi By Elize-Remi Updated Mar 20

A re-telling of Swan Lake
(I actually do not know much about Swan Lake, this is based on my limited knowledge)

Thaiya never sees anyone other than her family, thanks to a family curse that leaves her a Swan during the day, and a human at night. She begins to realize that she doesn't really fit into the role of human... or the role of swan. What is she willing to do to fit in somewhere?

Prince Derek has, for the most part been happy with his life at Court. Hoever, that changes the day he meets his betrothed. Not happy. He doesn't think he could ever love her, so he leaves.

Two people, very different lives, meet one day. What happens when Derek begins to feel something for this stranger? Will he choose duty to the crown, or his heart?



~*~ Wonderful Cover by Kaiandersen ! ~*~

Cross-Warrior Cross-Warrior Jul 31, 2016
I feel like "grew up and covered her skin" felt awkward, especially given the pattern of the next two descriptions. Maybe her skin became feathered/feathers. It may take thinking a tiny bit more, but it doesn't jar the flow so badly.
Cross-Warrior Cross-Warrior Jul 31, 2016
I'm debating whether or not there should be a comma in front of "what" but there definitely shouldn't be a period after the quotation.
books4Cjo books4Cjo Jul 04, 2016
Wait, I don't understand. The mom is a swan too? For some reason, the description/summary made it seem like the daughter was not accepted by her family because she was a swan.
Cross-Warrior Cross-Warrior Jul 31, 2016
When you do "her mother", mother is lowercase. You only do capital when you don't have a possessive noun in front of it.
books4Cjo books4Cjo Jul 04, 2016
Oh wait, never mind. I misread the description/summary. My apologies.
Cross-Warrior Cross-Warrior Jul 31, 2016
Before I even get into this, you have misspelled However in your summary. Just figured I would point that out.  And now to start reading this even though I'm not sure when I'll finish.