“Ari!” she squealed, disturbing the demon from his sleep. Arius narrowed his eyes at the girl who stood on top of him, shoving flowers into his face. His nose twitched, the pollen flying up his nose creating an itch. “Achoo!” He sneezed, allergic by all the pollen and smell the flowers commanded. This was the reason why he hated spring and summer. Redness plagued his nose, slightly marring his handsome face like Rudolph the Red-Nose Reindeer. “You don’t like it?” she slightly frowned, removing the flowers from his face. “I guess I have to find better.” He sighed, pulling her towards him without the inference of her own strength and mass. She fell, her weight instantly colliding into his ribs, causing him to squeak in pain. He mentally palmed his head over his own stupidity. He didn’t calculate this- he didn’t calculate her. “No flowers please.” he groaned. She smiled, “But it's for you.” *** He, a powerful demon, was left to the guardianship of a baby human girl that was found hidden within his vicinity. Taking note of her lively behavior, he raises her carefree as possible in Baroque Europe, under his own tutelage. Yet, nothing is simple raising a growing human child, especially one that’s rambunctious and lively with the ever-growing threat of both humans and demons. Inspired and based on Hana to Akuma from Hisamu Oto.
A story about two beautiful souls falling in love. "What's your favorite flower?" He asked looking around the shop. "The sunflower," I said finishing the card before placing it in the envelope then the box. "Really? I see you as a rose type of girl, and plus sunflowers isn't as lovely as roses," he said and I shook my head. "True, but sunflowers aren't as fragile as Roses," I said tying a ribbon around the box and made it into a bow, "sunflowers are stable and always looking towards the bright side, like me, and that's why Sunflowers are my favorite." "Hhm," he said nodding his head as he thought of what I said, "I don't like flowers, hate the smell of them, but I do love clovers because they're lucky like me." "Wow, that awesome," I said sarcastically which cause him to smirk..... Author’s Note: This novel will be written in both Sunni and Sebastian point of views, but mostly Sunni.
In a sea of red roses there will always be one white one desperate to stand out but what happens when they only need red roses? This was a common saying in the land of Eadra. People in this world would recieve flowers markings that show their personalities and create abilities. Amani who was born as the first royal princess of Eadra with her younger twin Adela life was tough. She had bad relationships with her parents while on the other hand her sister had a great relationship with them. Being the exact opposite of her sister Amani often felt insecure but as she is about to enter the institute of flowers everything will change.
The story revolves around two sisters Luna and Canasia. Luna is a bright child just like her appearance but Canasia is considered as a cursed. Canasia dies in fire that broke out in the Dukes castle and Luna survives. But is is that easy to kill a child that is life and death herself......and is everything as simple as it looks like. It’s my first time writing a story so do tell me about your thoughts about the story