Author has written 4 stories for Romance.
I will be publishing a piece of each of my stories. As I get more views, reviews, etc... I will start focusing on that story. I might update more than 1 story regularly. Also, regularly means an average of once or twice a fortnight. Please R&R so that I get more confidence and can improve my writing. I'm new to fictionpress and writing, plus English isn't my mother tongue.
I already have an idea of what stories I will write, because these stories have been piling up in my mind for years.
Please enjoy my stories
Summaries of my possibly future stories:
This is what we've got
Trying to get rid of her, Elli's aunt, owner of a huge record label, arranges a marriage for her to a member of a not so famous rock band in exchange to make them popular. Even though Elli is a huge fan, she soon realizes the person she's going to marry is her least favorite bandmember. Ray is known to be a irresponsible, flirtatious, heartbreaking, one-night-stand man. She agrees to the marriage and to being a way to success for his band. She does not agree however, to being involved romantically with her jerk of a husband.
A Fairy Tale of Human Love
As a result of absent mindedness and curiosity, Lily finds herself lost outside the realm of fairies, which lies deep within the forest. Desperate for safety in this unknown world, she decides to accept help from on of the most dreadful creatures of all. A young human male.
For Our Dear Princess series (chronological order)
Yes, The White Rose is part of a series! There might be stories in my mind that I haven't written down here...So yes, there is a possibility that this list might expanded later on. :)
The White Rose (ongoing)
A regent cannot be assigned to the land of Centuy when Princess Mehsana dies, leaving behind just a young child, because neither the Willerlians, nor the Neyaerians will accept a leader from the opposing party to rule the land between them. To prevent reigniting an old war between the two neighboring states and save Centuy from ruination, young Lord Evan is elected to marry the heir. He does not know what befalls him as the idea of having to raise his own wife to adulthood seems absurd. He sends her away to live with relatives after the authority of the state has fallen into his hands. Years later Princess Susannah is not interested in meeting her estranged husband, but her title dictates otherwise.