Chapter 1, The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty
• The Prince is grief-stricken at the loss of his father and is fearlessly seeking adventure.
• He doesn't believe the tale of Sleeping Beauty is true; he is there only for the adventure.
• When the Prince enters the great hall and beholds the sleeping servants covered in web, he accepts the truth.
• The Prince finds Beauty in her sanctuary at the top of the castle, and admires her perfect beauty before unsheathing his sword and gently tearing the fabric of her gown.
• The Prince mounts the sleeping princess and has sex with her; as the Prince orgasms, he kisses Sleeping Beauty deeply, awakening her.
• When the castle comes alive, the Prince bolts the door shut after issuing orders to the servant who is standing shocked in the doorway.
• He ignores the cries and banging on the door as he takes his time to...
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