Enchantment Again Chapter 1Ah. It was so good to be human again. To be able to stroll about town. Stroll, mind you, not hop. To be able to look at all the sights and hear all the sounds of people bustling about. Yes, it was good to be able to finally get out of the castle.Enchantment Again Chapter 1 by cat94208
Lumiere's attention and the attention of most of the townsfolk was caught by the sight of an approaching carriage. It was drawn briskly by four grey horses. The wood of the carriage was of a reddish hue and everything was well polished. It was not quite fine enough to belong to royalty but obviously the person inside must be of some high rank.
The carriage pulled to a stop right in front of Lumiere, which wasn't very surprising as he was standing in front of the inn. Curiously he peered in the carriage to see its occupant and let out a small gasp. For sitting there was one of the most beautiful women he had ever seen. Her hair was black, her eyes a soft brown, her face elfin. He stood in shock for a moment and by the time he had broken out of
Isabelle and The BeastIsabelle was there when the enchantress had come a knock, knock, knocking, on the beast's castle door that cold February evening. In fact it was her mother who first answered the door and offered her a warm bed and meal before the young prince came storming down the stairs complaining of a stale smell.Isabelle and The Beast by Pumpkin-frog
The next few nights were the clearest memory of Isabelle's childhood, the Prince, who then was called Hanz, demanded the smelly old woman to be thrown back out into the winter cold. He refused her with only an offering of a single white rose for only a warm place to sleep, the next time she came begging, it was snowing heavily and she held two white roses and he cast her away again. The night after that, a night colder than the last she offered three prefect white roses for mere logging in an empty horse stale, Prince Hanz refused saying she'd scare the horses to death and sent her away.
This continued for thirteen long nights, and Isabelle knew something was magical about the old woman
Beauty Lies WithinOnce upon a time there lived a poor miller who had three daughters. All were quite clever but only the eldest was beautiful. The three sisters were nicknamed Pretty Wit, Ugly Wit, and Putrid Wit by the villagers. And because of her beauty, Pretty Wit had many suitors. Being the kind girl she was, she tried to coax some to woo her sisters, whom she loved dearly. But all were repulsed by their ugliness. Every night, Pretty Wit comforted them as they cried themselves to sleep.Beauty Lies Within by Zashi
One night, the youngest, Putrid Wit, cried her hardest. The most handsome boy in the village insulted her earlier that day, calling her an ogre. Try as she might, Pretty Wit could not consol her. In a fit of rage, Putrid Wit pulled away and shouted, "I hate you! I hate your beauty!! If only I were as beautiful as you, I would not be so miserable!!!" Pretty Wit was taken abac
EnchantressEnchantress by lovelyladylily14
Im sure youve all heard the story of the Beauty and the Beast. But you must wonder at one part. You must puzzle over the motives of the enchantress. Why was she out that bitter cold night? And why did she choose to test the prince? Well, I had my reasons, as I will now tell you. But you must not judge me until youve reached the end. You must not judge me.
His name was Samuel de Cartes and he was a prince, sent by his father when he was young to live out in a country estate. He was the youngest prince, of no importance to anyone except the servants at his castle. To them he was the moon, the stars and the sun and they doted upon him as a small child until he became a spoiled adult. Now, his country was where I was born, those centuries ago before I became what I am, so I find myself with an interest in its affairs. And from time to time I meddle, you might say. But when Samuel was prince I did more than just see and meddle, I had a vision of my country. It was a h