Isabelle, Jane

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

In a kingdom known as Derotas, the fearless warriors has always protected it and expanded it's white walls leaving none in their paths with mercy. Tho the people there prospered, they gained as many equal allies as they did their enimies. In a time of great call for action, the king of the lands was presented by a man who claimed to tell the future and offered a deal that he would tell when the next attack was to appose in exchange to protect his family and make safe haven in the line of nobles. Yet again the time had come, and the king called fourth for the one who could tell the future, but in his place was his air, but not a boy, a girl. His only daughter was chosen to uncover the secret power which was inherited from her father and present it to the king. On her journey she discovers, the world outside her home, love and her true hidden power. In the end she she dicover her purpose in life, the almighty Isabelle Jane

 

Prologue

 

Dearly beloved,

I am terribly sorry for the delay, for I fear our departure will be longer than expected. I know you are feeling lonesome, but please find the comfort and hope in knowing that I still love you and my heart belongs to you and can never bare the feeling to be apart. It has been 3 days and already I feel as if I have left my whole world behind. He never wastes a moment trying not to avoid me, I'm starting to think Lord Derek meant more than just a trip to greet my soon to be loyal subjects of france. He makes me laugh, for his idea of a lady's interests doesn't seem to match any of my own stature. Every so often I find him starring, he calls me Queen Isabelle, lady of all the world. Silly boy, turns sixteen and he suddenly thinks he's a man. Things have been better here, though I still feel a simple horse and carriage would've sufficed. I see my father made no sustain for my new rain of power, going from a duchess to closest advisor and member of the council to the king. You'd almost think I'm queen riding around with a golden carriage big enough to hold six; people escorted by an army of three hundred soldiers, 8 horses and five lady's in waiting. I can hardly breath, then barely walk outside without an army of village folk at my feet begging for their blessings. So much has changed, and so little time to prepare for what is to come. There is so much more I wish I could tell, but yet I find myself lost to put all I have seen in one simple letter. I will write more to you soon. But remember If my love is not satisfying enough to assure my safety home, just remember you hold the locket in which was given to me when we first met. Time to time hold it close to your heart and remember I am with you always.

 

Forever yours, Jane

 

 

 

 

Chapter one, Rain 

 You could hear the sound of rain pounding the hard earth, a cold wind was blowing and I wore a knitted cover over my shoulders to keep warm. I stood on the porch of the white house near the bristling trees, the sky was as white as milk and the world seem to fade of color. I stood there starring out, across the wide green plain and past the dirt road far beyond. I stood there wondering what was out there, if I could finally leave my farm home and see things i've never seen. I flinched at the thought, and started towards the door when suddenly i hesitated. I envisioned myself standing in the middle of the rain. "Ma!" i screamed. Trying to stay focused on where I was my feet unconsciously started back and i feel into the rocking chair behind. I saw myself, my black curls waving in the wind as the cold rain slashed my face. I wore a blue dress laced with white that swayed to my side. Suddnely the world around me was spinning, the rain stopped and sunshine started out of the clouds. Than a shadow of a dark man appeard, i started to run. The shadow split in two, than three than a whole army of shadows started bafter me. I ran as fast as I could, than night began to fall, the shadows dissappeard. I screamed for help. But know one was insight. I screamed again even louder. "Jane!" Mother was suddenly at my side. I was on the porch of the white house in the rocking chair. I looked into mother's face with fear and confusion, my green eyes seem to beam in hers. My hands held my body like I was frightend squirrle. I found myself shaking and my heart punding wildly. I was coverd in sweat.  "Another vision" I said shakily to mother. She stroked my hair and held my head under her chin. "I know, I know. Just calm down, you're safe now"

 

 


Submitted: May 15, 2012

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