Of Princes Fair
And Godmothers good and true
Thy wits you'll need
To do the deed
When evil is coming for you
Lillabeth was just an ordinary girl living with her happy parents and her natural-born sisters in a quiet little village in a pretty little kingdom. Her parents were kind, her sisters were sweet, and her life was good. But young Lillabeth was not very content with her boring, safe life. Between you and me, this girl was looking for a fairy tale life. Not just any fairy tale life, she wanted the kind with swashbuckling adventure, a handsome prince, a magical fairy godmother and of course, a perfect ending. Don't believe me? Take a look at her daily to-do list, tucked neatly into her apron pocket:
(your hook starts here)
Provoke sisters into being wicked
Kiss three frogs
Test beans for magical qualities
Interview local animals, tag any who talk back
Sing a wistful song while staring at the castle
Be sweet and good
Continue training birds; reward the birds that help me make my bed
So she wasn't the smartest lass in the kingdom. But she was optimistic. And she was determined. Even in a fairy tale, stubborn resolve can get you farther than dumb luck.
(and ends here)
And dumb luck is exactly where our story begins.
Gangsta pixies, Brooklynite fairy step-cousins, and menacing but adorable woodland creatures follow Lillabeth as she searches for a fairy tale adventure in "Happily Never After."
You need to fill in with some details and the fractured fairy tale motif is old old old but how can you not love gangsta pixies.