When Will You Love?

When Will You Love?

5 chapters / 10837 words

Approximately about 1 hour to read

Description:

**Currently this story is going through a revamp. A stage of fixing the errors and such. Thanks for being so patient.** A historical twist to the revered story beloved by all, Beauty and the Beast. **FULL VERSION**

Genres:

Fantasy, Romance, Novel

Comments(21)

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about 5 years ago Lexi Stankewitz said:

I loved this! will you be writing more? when you do. post on my wall.

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about 6 years ago L Ladner said:

PLease, please, please, tell me this isnt finished!!! I love this!!! AHHHH!!! ^-^ Please keep writing!

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about 6 years ago Kylie said:

I love this! You're really good with your dialogue and detail. The beginning was a little dark, but, hey, I thought it was pretty kool! :D

Reviews(4)

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over 5 years ago R. Soland said:

It's amazing that someone with your talent for storytelling can make so many mistakes! That sounds awfully critical, but there were several spelling mistakes. A MAJOR one being YOUR and YOU'RE. YOUR is possessive, whereas YOU'RE means YOU + ARE. I LOVED this story though... I love how it links into the real Beauty and the Beast story, but how you have written it sounds like it definitely is not Disney animation. This is the real deal!(: Of course, I'm a sucker for B+B, so maybe I'm biased, but this was fantastic. PLEASE CONTINUE WRITING! I would definitely keep reading(: Thanks for reading my review! I hope you come read some of my things! -R.Soland

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about 6 years ago T.M.T.U. said:

An very interesting story! I like it. However, it's told with a voice like that of a story teller sitting by a campfire bewitching all the wee ones with her tale. Which is just fine if you are in fact sitting by a campfire listening to a storyteller. However the written and spoken word, while similar, are also very different. And a narrative voice that makes for a fine vocal storyteller does not make for a fine written storyteller. Other than your very first introductory paragraph, you need to try and find a way to make your story sound more 'written', if you get my meaning. Still, a good piece, keep writing!

P.S. - Would someone read something of mine?