Yesterday's Prince

Yesterday's Prince

53.5K Reads 3.5K Votes 41 Part Story
HD Lynn By hlynn117 Updated Dec 02, 2016

What would you do if your body and your kingdom were stolen?
  
  [A FEATURED STORY]
    
  Uther is a young prince who's reluctantly thrust into having to defend his throne against his usurping uncle and all-around powerful wizard, who uses his powers to steal the one thing Uther thought he couldn't take: his own body. After becoming the villain of the realm in an instant, Uther struggles to find anyone that will believe his story. His uncle's unsavory reputation lands him with a family of dark fae, a goblin, and a troll--not the usual team of knightly heroes.
    
  Together, this odd team will untangle a web of curses, escape bounty hunters, and confront fae. If Uther can't figure out how to reverse his uncle's curse, he'll be trapped in a body that's not his own--doomed to be a villain--for the rest of his life.
    
  YESTERDAY'S PRINCE is The Sword in the Stone with a Freaky Friday twist. Now entered in #Wattys2016

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This story seems interesting to me... Other than that I love it!
One quick question. By chance have you read "A court of thorns and roses" if so we can be bff I love this story so far.
a_lee161 a_lee161 Jul 12
read my story just started. also love this story cant wait to read more
This is a really good start. This is one heck of a great concept and you've managed to establish the basic rules of this world in one single chapter! Also, great cliff-hanger line. 
                              
                              Very well done. Keep it up!
I really am enchanted by this description! Loving the story so far :-)
ColonizerDroid003 ColonizerDroid003 Jul 20, 2016
Is there a reason this is cut off from the rest of the paragraph? Becasue once again, it's still part of the same general thought.