You should all know the story of Snow White, the dashing beauty, who was set off to the woods by her evil step mother, and fled to the seven dwarfs. When the step mother tried to poison her to her death, she just came back alive and lived happily ever after with the prince.
This, is not the real story. Have you ever wondered what it was like for the queen, the real mother of Snow White, when Snow White, the queen's own daughter fell in love with her own father? Unmistakable rage bubbled within, and the queen decided to destroy Snow White. Did she, or did she not succeed? This book will inform you about all the things that happened to the Queen Alignite, and the brutal fears she faced in her feeble, vulnerable life. Read more to find out the mystery veiled inside the Dinsey Fairytales.
Her daughter, her own daughter was embraced in the arms of her husband, her finger twirling in his hair, sharing the lover’s stare. The queen clenched her fists tight, blinking again and again to make sure she had seen right. All the doubts that she had about her daughter suddenly came alive, and she hurriedly ran to a bush, hiding behind it, observing her daughter and husband from a distance. As she watched, the king took her into the castle doors and soon, they walked up the steps. As the sun shone, she saw their shadow through the curtains. They were kissing; her daughter and husband were kissing. She saw her husband pin her to the wall before the sun moved, the shadow disappearing. Fury bubbled inside. She didn’t know what to think. Now, it wasn’t even a matter of beauty, it was a matter of lying, incest and family bond. Utter betrayal swam over her, her eyes squinted in severe frowning, burrows furrowed up straight, lips quivering in disgust. No words escaped her mouth as she shook. The only thought she could think was the two of them alone, inside the king’s chambers, doing…doing what? The queen stormed up into her room and sat down on her bed, constantly looking out the window to see signs of the princess Snow White. For hours she sat there, looking down every few minutes, until the sun slowly started to set.
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