Write a Review

Married to a Cursed Prince

All Rights Reserved ©


Anastasia had lived most of her life on the run. In the back of her mind she had always known that one day the world would get her, that she would meet her end. However, she never expected to reawaken as the heroine of a tragedy. This time she will do everything she can to see that her story doesn't end in death... a second time.

Romance / Fantasy
Age Rating:


Is this how I die?

This world had always been out to get her. Anastasia had spent nineteen years running and out of all the ways her life could end, the world had chosen death by drowning. The searing sensation that licked at her throat became unbearable, her lithe form convulsing as it fought for survival. From the darkest depths, chains had risen to latch onto her ankles and wrists, dragging her down until only a pinpoint of light reflected from the water’s surface.

Death. It wasn’t her grandmother who came to her in her last moments, lecturing her on all the times she had warned her to keep the necklace around her neck, the necklace that would keep her safe. Instead, it was a young girl who held her likeness. Painted on the black backdrop of the ocean’s depths, the girl stared down at her with dulled, lifeless eyes. Ghostly pale and with hair so starkly white it nearly glowed. As Anastasia suffered her last seconds the thought that came to her was whether she deserved this all along.

Then the world exploded around her. It splintered and cracked, shattering into giant shards of floating glass. And all at once, the depths of the lake was no more and she found herself in a galaxy of broken stars. In the distance a lone star brightened, taking over all and bathed the world in its blinding white light.

Anastasia awoke to pain, it rushing in all at once. She took what felt to be her first breath of true consciousness. Eyes the color of scarlet flew open, darting around a room as dark as the night. A heartbeat monitor came to her unnaturally loud and pain seized in her chest with each solid pump of oxygen into her lungs. It wasn’t the pain of suffocation, not of drowning. Rather than having been dragged to hell, it was as though she’d hit concrete.

The agony nearly blacked her out, but before she lost full consciousness she spied the shadowy silhouette of someone entering the room. “By the Gods, she’s awake.”

Continue Reading Next Chapter
Further Recommendations

Kaari: This one leaves scars but it's beautifully done. Short and to the point you can't help but be entranced with the characters and hope for a happy ending

Wiktoria Kupiec: It is so good I cannot stop reading. If you decide to read make sure you have time to do it in one sitting.

Gladys: I really like this story.

Angeliquita: La verdad me gustó muchísimo quiero más capítulos si por favor 🙏😃

RGXD: I'm loving this book so far. One thing I would've done to make it better was to add povs. I understand that every writer has their own writing style but just a polite suggestion. Loving the book though. I love this writer. Keep it up! 💖

Armykookmin: Total mente recomendado,jente no se arrepentirán de semejante obra,ovio que igual tiene que gustarle el éxito😏😎

Crazy_reader: It's a really nice read! !

dlmccoy57: Story line is good but the grammar and sentence structure needs to be edited. I &had to figure out some sentences. Just needs work for at least the English language.

More Recommendations

Abigail: Me gusto mucho las historia todas las relaciones, los sentimientos estuvo muy bonito todo😭😍

honeygirlphx: I wish your books would be a tv series I can only imagine how amazing these fantasy stories would be!!

honeygirlphx: I was hoping Tate would have a fated mate! Love this book

About Us

Inkitt is the world’s first reader-powered publisher, providing a platform to discover hidden talents and turn them into globally successful authors. Write captivating stories, read enchanting novels, and we’ll publish the books our readers love most on our sister app, GALATEA and other formats.