The Adventures of Princess Dawn

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Summary

Dawn is the princess of night and day, and future Queen of Hell. As a fifteen year old, she behaved unfit to rule. She preferred to live a more carefree life with her friends, and her future King, Draco.

Genre:
Fantasy / Adventure
Author:
Daphne Gonda
Status:
Ongoing
Chapters:
1
Rating:
n/a
Age Rating:
13+

Chapter 1- Welcome To Eden

Start writing here…On a gloomy Sunday, Princess Dawn, daughter of light and night, was banished to Eden, the land beneath the heavenly world. As she took her leave off the heavens, she glared at her family-Queen Dusk, King Diaz, and Princesses Hellena and Starlight.

“I hate you,” she spat, her eyes fuming with rage.

The Queen laughed devilishly. “Dear, you will learn a lot after your punishment. Now, go.”

The princess turned her back, jumping off the clouds into the portal to Eden. She was given strict instructions to go straight to Castle Night, the home of King Draco, her friend and possible future King. But the fifteen year old had other plans.

“Hey,” greets the stranger. He was tall and angelic, but he was nothing more than a teenage boy; no magic, which meant he’s boring to her.

She stared at him. He has dusty brown, curly hair, big hazel eyes, and a beautiful smile.

He grinned at her, enchanted by her mysterious beauty. “You’re not from here, are you?”

“No,” she replied, “You’re an Eden boy; which kingdom are you from?”

“I’m just an adventurer,” he states, “I go anywhere I want to.”

“You’re awfully young,” she says, “You’re thirteen.”

He stepped back, a bit disturbed. “How did you-“

“I’m the Princess of both heaven and hell,” she smirked, “You, little boy, are my new toy.”

The boy laughed at her in amusement.

The confused Princess frowned. “Why are you laughing at me?”

“The Princess lives in the Kingdom above,” he laughs, “That was a good one, though.”

The annoyed girl showcased her power by creating a star with her hands. “This is a star.”

“No way,” he says, “You’re actually the Princess?”

“I know,” she says, flipping her long black hair, “I’m too beautiful to be real.”

She was clearly vain- a trait he disliked. He smiled, accepting the star. “So, you’re a monster.”

“What?” her smile turned into a frown.

“Your mother’s a demoness and your father’s a magical king,” he states, “That makes you a monster.”

“That’s right,” says the triggered Princess, “And you know what demons like?”

The boy stepped back only to hit the tree behind him.

“I devour souls,” she held him by the neck, choking the kid in moderation.

“Dawn!” growls an angry teenager. It was Draco, the Vampire King. He takes her hand off the boy, pushing her up against the tree. “You were supposed to meet me at the castle.”

“Leave me alone,” she growled back, “Let me take his soul.”

“No,” he argues, “You’re not even a full demon; why do you want to take him?”

“Because I’m hungry,” she replied.

“Drink Eden blood,” he says, “Come on, let’s go back home.”

“Why do I have to live with you?” she says, pushing him off her. “I can take care of myself.”

“Welcome to Eden, Dawn,” he says, “You don’t always get what you want here.”

“Are you my friend or not?” she glares at him, “Draco, I’m Dawn of the hell dimension; I’m much more powerful than you are. Let me go.”

“No,” he says, “I’m taking you with me.”

“Fine,” she gave in, “But I want to bring this Eden boy with me.”

The Vampire King stared at the kid and back at her. “He’s an adventurer; for sure, you’ll see him again.”

“Draco!” she growled, only to be pinched on the nose.

He laughed at her, ruffling her hair. “You got banished for acting like a brat, Dawn. Come on, you’ll be happier here.” Draco instantly caught the arrow shot before it landed on the Princess’ skin.

“Brother,” says the tall stranger. He helped the thirteen year old to his feet, keeping him behind him.

“How annoying!” the girl shrieked. “Who the bloody hell are you?”

“This is my brother, Jester,” said the thirteen year old, “and I’m Jaimee; well, Jameson, actually.”

“How dare you shoot an arrow at royalty!” says the angered King.

Dawn took the arrow from his hand, landing it exactly an inch from Jester’s heart. “That’s gotta hurt, huh?” A devilish smirk spread across her face as she pulled the arrow from him, having a taste of his blood. “OISHI.”

“Why did you do that?” The frightened boy drew out his sword.

“Because your onii-chan tried to murder me, my dear boy,” she crawled over him, taking his sword. “Now, I can heal your big brother if you come with me, or, I’ll leave him here to die.”

“It’s an arrow,” says Jaimee, “It wouldn’t kill him.”

Little did the Eden boy know about the Vampire blood inside his brother’s system. With that inside him, he could die or be reborn as a Vampire.

“Dawn,” says Draco, “Heal the boy and let’s go.”

“You, my dear, are lucky,” she kissed Jester’s forehead. “You’re a handsome one, just like your brother. What a shame I have to leave you here.”

“You’re weird and delusional,” states Jester, “King, take care of your girl.”

“And make sure she doesn’t escape,” adds Jaimee.

In a flash, the immortals left for Castle Night. The castle was enormous and beautiful, but at the same time gloomy and mysterious.

“My palace in Hell is a better one,” she states upon arriving her chambers, “I thought we’re gonna be roommates; why the sudden separation?”

The King ruffled her hair. “After we marry, love.”

She stuck her tongue out in disgust. “You can love me in your wildest dreams, Draco, but this lifetime is my time to run free.”

“You mean go on adventures?” he rolled his eyes. “Why not go on an adventure with me?”

“Welcome to Eden,” she mocks, “You don’t always get what you want.”
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