Rosie has always dreamt about the perfect fairy tale romance that she often reads about in stories. Now that she’s staying in a palace with her best friend the princess, all she needs is her prince charming to sweep her away from her dull village life and into her own happily ever after. Unfortunately, the prince she knows to be her destiny is inconveniently betrothed to another. Rosie realizes she has no choice but to become the heroine in her story and take matters into her own hands. While she’s certain that she and her prince are meant to be, it still wouldn’t hurt to encourage her fairy tale romance, just a little…

Luckily, she has access to an enchanted bakery and a recipe book of spells, one of which will ensure her story gets back on its proper course, regardless of any feelings that may or may not be developing between her and a certain man who is definitely not a prince. Nothing will stand in the way of Rosie’s happily ever after. After all, what harm can a simple love spell do?

Inspired by “The Frog Prince”

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Eileen has never been interested in love. Ever since her father’s abandonment, she’s vowed to never experience such pain again. But the enchanted forest has different ideas. When the continuously shifting pathways lead her to a mysterious stranger, Eileen finds her promise to fiercely guard her heart increasingly difficult to keep.

One night when she becomes lost in a storm, the enchanted forest’s pathways lead her to the castle, home to the kingdom’s Dark Prince, where Eileen finds herself entangled in what many consider an opportunity but which Eileen believes to be a curse: competing for the Dark Prince’s hand through a series of tests that judge one’s royal worth. Eileen is neither royal nor interested in becoming a princess. But the mysterious stranger she met in the woods has his own reasons for helping her succeed, but the cost of his assistance may be too high: that of Eileen’s heart, the one thing she’s vowed never to give.

Inspired by “The Princess and the Pea”