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The prince of darkness is a gentleman

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´╗┐The Prince Of Darkness is a Gentleman For years, the Prince of Darkness hid away his royal ancestral castle. He was hiding from the world, who detested him because of his past sins at as a teenager. The scams he used to play on people to just have a laugh; lead to many deaths! He didn't understand the solemnity of his evil actions. And the people of his father's town wanted him to pay for his grave mistakes, so it was said he would be locked in the castle until the King, his father passed away. The residents called him, 'The Prince Of Darkness' because there was a rumour that went around town saying, the prince is a very evil and dark man, however, many women found him attractive and hoped to attract his attention. In contrast, there was one girl named, Cassandra; she absolutely detested the Prince believing the rumours about him through malicious gossip. She was the only girl in the town of Edinburgh to think that the Prince lived nothing but an unholy and wicked life. ...read more.

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The icy glaciers, the greenest grass, magical mountains and there was going to be a battle in the most peaceful place in Scotland. The King feared Charles might not win and come home in shame. So, it was the day of the war, the war to win land, the most important land in Scottish history. It was a tough, long hard battle. However, Charles believed that he had got the power to defeat the Normans from God. Charles was a holy puritan, upholding righteous, defeat and justice. Finally, the Prince lead the army to victory after executing the Norman leader, Harold Hadrada. The Scots had won! The army was shocked as to how the young prince had changed in a few years. He was a good leader, a dedicated royal who committed to his duties. The army paraded through the towns of Edinburgh after they sealed their victory. The crowds were surprised realising that the Prince Of Darkness was a true gentleman. Whilst passing the sweet shop; the Prince saw Cassandra. ...read more.

Conclusion

The prince held Cassandra's hand and gently kissed it. Cassandra felt intense chemistry and blushed not knowing how to react. They spoke and laughed while having their delicious meal. It was a perfect date. The prince loved Cassandra very much, he loved the way she spoke unlike all the girls he met. She was special to Charles! While having their dessert, Charles confessed his love for Cassandra. She was overwhelmed and she told him he was perfect and she instantly fell for him too even though she never believed in this. Charles was showing Cassandra, the way out, as she was about to step out the door; he pulled her closer and kissed her passionately. She felt so close and knew from that moment she found her companion. She wanted him too and embraced every moment passionately with intimacy. It was true love... Charles and Cassandra's love was strong. Their romance was beautiful, he treated her like a Queen. And they got married within a week; they had a magnificent wedding. It was so colourful, and jovial. The whole town was invited. So, the prince of Darkness was a gentleman after all. And together, they lived happily ever after! ...read more.

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