You chose Fur, the potion that brings Jack Wolf to you.
Today, the Big, Bad Wolf from the Wood of 1000 Dawns would like to remind you that every adventure is only half as hard but twice as beautiful with a companion by your side. In the world of fairy tales, there’s a multitude of spirit animals that want to support you in special situations. Dream yourself into the realm of miracles and connect with the one magical animal that can be of the best help and most loving company you need right now.
If you agree, Jack Wolf would like to accompany you for the next seven days so that you can feel his strength, his warmth, and his protection wherever you go. With a wolf by your side, nothing can go wrong.
The ingredients to his potion for you are:
The warm breath of a wolf,
a gaze, darker than the night,
and the smile of a true happy ending.
The book that belongs to Jack Wolf is A PRINCE FOR LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD.
When Red Riding Hood decided to catch herself a royal.
Every time someone opens a storybook and reads the four magical words “Once upon a time,” my granny gets eaten a few hours later. Boy, it sucks! I wish my tale had a cool ending, like Cindy and Briar-Rose got. Along with a castle and a dashing prince to marry.
Did you ever kiss a frog? No prince pops out of that. Trust me, I’ve tried. Seventeen frogs, and nearly one warty toad—for nothing.
What I get is Jack. Alas, he’s unsuitable for a romantic ending. The Wolf simply lacks the manners for that. And obviously, a crown. Because, off the record: love only happens among royals in Fairyland.
Since royalty doesn’t just rain from the sky, I’m going to build a prince trap tomorrow, and then I’ll write my new ever after. It’ll be so good…
*cough* Hi, I’m Jack Wolf—yes, if Riley gets to say something here, so do I. ^^
And she better forget about this harebrained idea to elope with a royal. We’re not going to rewrite anything. If she wants to make out with somebody, she can do it with me or no one.
Oh, and…it will be good.