It sounded like a brilliant scheme until Prince Charming slid his mysterious princess’s glass shoe onto the foot of the wrong girl. Now he’s betrothed to one batty-eyed girl without means of an escape.
How could Cinderella's shoe fit one of her evil stepsisters? 'Twas nn unfair twist of fate. Was she destined for a life of slavery forever?
Little do Cinderella and Prince Charming realize that the queen, and her twin sister (Cinderella's infamous fairy godmother), pounce on the opportunity to teach Prince, impulsive decisions do not a future king make.
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Interesting take, needs major edits or rewording
The idea was good, though the ending fell short of where it could have gone. The poor sentence structure, incorrect word choice, and missing or duplicate words really detracted from the reading experience.
** spoilers ahead**
Part of the plot was to get the prince to learn to make smart decisions, in preparation to become a decent ruler. I didn't see much evidence of growth in the prince's decision process, althought at the very end he did show some glimmer of promise. I did like the step-sisters' arc.
I enjoyed the story very much. It was a fun new twist on a much loved fairy tale. The only annoying thing was the lack of proof reading.