Ever since J.R.R. Tolken popularized elves, every other fantasy story has them. Over the years, there has been some minor changes, but what most of the stories have in common is that there is almost always a relationship between a human and an elf. Even though the elves are always several hundred years older, and will still outlive their future spouse. Thus, it's always a relationship doomed to tragedy. What I have done, is taken it a step farther, that borders on the edge of...questionableality.
Princess, Kasa'Kerrie of the, Kaiah'Nor elves, has just discovered that she is being pushed into an arranged marriage with Prince, Noraiah, the newly-born son of King, Mathian of, Delguard. While I wrote the first story, I tried to focus on certain aspects. Such as, the humiliation and emotional distress the main character felt at being forced to wed a human baby. It's absurd, it's creepy, but what most people fail to stop and consider, is that in every story I'VE ever read with a human/elf relationship, the elf in question as usually been around since the human's great, grandparents time. It's not altogether unthinkable that they may have met their future partner when they were only a child. And that, my friends, is the thought that created this story.
Here's the first part of eight, in case you might be interested in reading it. steelfanged.deviantart.com/art…
the rest can be found in my gallery, if you can go through the trouble to look for them.
I admit, it's extremely rough, and I myself would probably consider it a failed attempt, but someday I would like to try rewriting it. So if you do read it, I'd love feedback, so I can at least have some ideas on how I can possibly make it better. It being a character driven plot, means that I should improve my characters, obviously. But what else? How else can I improve it?