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02 September 2014 @ 12:06 pm
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  • Tue, 03:04: A month after the royal wedding, Rupert married Adrienne in a private ceremony and Emile-Emily became Emilie, #AtSecondGlance
  • Tue, 03:05: Lord Westwood's official consort. When Rupert and Anthony were away on hunting trips or off at war, Emilie and Adrienne #AtSecondGlance
  • Tue, 03:06: shared the Royal Bed. Adrienne was so happy she had become beautiful, her unibrow giving her the look of a voluptuous #AtSecondGlance
  • Tue, 03:07: Frida Kahlo. Being in-laws was much better than being stepsisters, Emilie thought. Not only could they fool around and not #AtSecondGlance
  • Tue, 03:08: get in trouble, it was a wifely duty. "Keep the bed warm for us," their husbands said with a wink as they set out on their #AtSecondGlance
  • Tue, 03:09: manly adventures. Sylvia inherited her stepfather's property, managed it well, and made an excellent marriage to an #AtSecondGlance
  • Tue, 03:10: indulgent, deaf old duke. Whether her children were his, no one had the nerve to ask. Rupert and Anthony adopted eventually. #AtSecondGlance
  • Tue, 03:11: Customs must change with the times, Rupert declared, even in a mythical kingdom. Their son was somewhat feral, the result of #AtSecondGlance
  • Tue, 03:12: Red Riding Hood's less fortunate encounter with a wolf when she was no longer little. Years later, during the Three Pigs #AtSecondGlance
  • Tue, 03:12: real estate scam, the young Prince Charming saved the kingdom by blowing the overpriced houses down. #AtSecondGlance
  • Tue, 03:13: And they all lived happily ever after. #AtSecondGlance
  • Tue, 03:16: A Charming Menage first appeared in Gay City volume 4: At Second Glance, published December 2011. Fifteen classic stories queered.