I know It may be a bit late but I'm so sorry if you're a victim or a family member is a victim to the Hurricane Katrina and the storm search which happened after it. I pray that you will all get through this difficult time.

Okay so let me explain how this goes Rogue is the Princess 'Aurora' and Remy is a Prince 'Phillip' who has to marry Rogue when he is older. But White Queen has a spell put on her as a baby. Her father and mother give her too the 3 fairies and let her have a life as a peasant girl. 16 years later one of her friends gets lost and ends up in a castle. The beast (Remy) captures him and Rogue must go to save him. So that's how it all begins. And I can't put the songs in as it is a rule that I can't do that.

Let the Romy begin….

Sleeping Beauty And The Beast

Chapter One A Curse

In a far away land, long ago, lived a king and his fair queen, King Logan and Queen Raven. Many years had they longed for a child and finally their wish was granted. A daughter was born, and they called her Aurora-Marie Howlett. Yes, they named her after the dawn for she filled their lives with sunshine. Then a great holiday was proclaimed throughout the kingdom, so that all of high or low estate might pay homage to the infant princess. And our story begins on that most joyful day.

"Joyfully now to our princess we come, Bringing gifts and all good wishes too. We pledge our loyalty anew. Hail to the princess Aurora-Marie ! All of her subjects adore her! Hail to the King! Hail to the Queen! Hail to the princess Aurora-Marie!" people shouted in celebration as the gathered round the outside of the castle and inside, just so they could see the Princess.

Thus on this great and joyous day did all the kingdom celebrated the long awaited royal birth. And good King Logan and his Queen Raven made welcome their life long friend.

"Their royal highnesses, King Jean-Luc and prince Remy!" shouted an announcer.

Fondly had these monarchs dreamed one day their kingdoms to unite. Thus today would they announce that Remy, Jean-Luc's son and heir to Logan's child would be betrothed. And so to her his gift he brought, and looked, unknowing, on his future bride.

"The most honoured and exalted Excellencies, the three good fairies. Mistress Ororo, mistress Jean, and mistress Kitty.

"Oh, the little darling!" said Kitty as she pinched the beautiful babies cheeks. The baby already had hair. Very short of course. The three fairies turned to the King and Queen. "Your majesties."

"Each of us the child may bless with a single gift. No more, no less." said Ororo as she walked to the cradle. "Little princess, my gift shall be the gift of beauty." Ororo waved her wand in the air and the baby laughed as the glitter went over her. "One gift, beauty rare, full of sunshine in her hair, lips that shame the red red rose, she'll walk with springtime wherever she goes."

Jean walked to the cradle the baby was in and looked down at her beautiful face.

"Tiny Princess, my gift, is the gift of song." Jean pointed her wand at the girl and the Princess' laugh was even more beautiful. "One gift, the gift of song, melody her whole life long, the nightingale's her troubadour, bringing her sweet serenade to her door."

Kitty then walked over to the Princess' cradle and looked down at the smiling Princess. Kitty smiled and pulled a funny face. Ororo coughed to make her hurry up with the wish.

"Oh like, sorry. Sweet Princess, my gift shall be the gift of…" Wind blew in from the windows, a powerful wind and knocked the three fairies over. The castle doors opened suddenly and smoke entered. Thunder and lighting stuck into the castle and there stood the evil Fairy White Queen.

"Oh my it's White Queen!" said Ororo.

"What does she like, want the evil bi…"

"Shh Kitty." interrupted Jean.

"Well, quite a glittering assemblage, King Logan. Royalty, nobility, the gentry, and, how quaint, even the rebel." said White Frost as she looks to the three fairies.

Kitty was quite offended and marched over to White Queen but Ororo held her back.

"I really felt quite distressed of not receiving an invitation." carried on White Queen.

"You weren't wanted!" shouted Kitty, being held back by Ororo.

"Not wa...? Oh dear, what an awkward situation. I had hoped it was merely due to some oversight. Well, in that event I'd best be on my way."

"And you're not offended, your Excellency?" asked Queen Raven.

"Why no, your majesty. And to show I bear no ill will, I, too, shall bestow a gift on the child." said White Queen. The three fairies quickly covered the cradle with the Princess in it, to protect her. "Listen well, all of you! The princess shall indeed grow in grace and beauty, beloved by all who know her. But, before the sun sets on her sixteenth birthday, she shall prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and die."

"Oh no!" cried Queen Raven as she took her baby in her arms.

"Ha, ha, ha, ha!" laughed White Queen.

"Seize that creature!" shouted Logan.

"Stand back you fools!" shouted White Queen. She then disappeared in a flash of lighting, laughing at the sight of the distressed King and Queen.

"Don't despair, your majesties. Kitty still has her gift to give." said Ororo looking at the crying Queen Raven.

"Then she can undo this fearful curse?" asked Queen Raven.

"Oh no, your majesty." said Kitty.

"Maleficents powers are far too great than are own." explained Ororo.

"But she can help!" said Jean.

"But ..." started Kitty unsure what to do. Ororo pushed her towards the Queen who had the Princess in her arms.

"Just do your best dear."

"Sweet princess, if through this like, wicked witches trick a spindle should your finger prick, a ray of like, hope there still may be in this, the gift I give at thee. Not in death but just in like sleep the fateful prophecy you'll keep, and from this slumber you shall wake when true love's kiss like, the spell shall break. For true love conquers all." explained Kitty. "Wow I'm good."

But King Stefan, still fearful of his daughter's life, did then and there decree that every spinning wheel in the kingdom should on that very day be burnt. So it was done.


"Silly fiddle faddle!" said Ororo, annoyed about the curse which had been put on the Princess Marie-Aurora.

"Now, come have a nice cup of tea, dear. I'm sure it'll work out somehow." reassured Jean.

"Well, a bonfire won't stop White Queen." pointed out Kitty.

"Of course not. But what will?" asked Ororo.

"Well, perhaps if we reason with her." said Jean.

"Reason? With Maleficent?" asked Kitty.

"Well, she can't be all bad." said Jean.

"Oh, yes, she can." argued Ororo.

"I'd like to turn her into a fat ole hoptoad!" shouted Kitty getting more angrier as she thought of the beautiful Princess.

"Now, dear, that isn't a very nice thing to say. Besides, we can't. You know our magic doesn't work that way." reasoned Ororo. "It can only do good, dear, to bring joy and happiness."

"Well, that would make me like happy."

"But there must be some way ... There he is!"

"There he is?" asked both Kitty and Jean.

"I'm going to ... shh, shh, shh! Even walls have ears." said Ororo as she pecked through the doors. She sneaked around the corner. "Follow me!" Ororo minimized herself, the other two follow her into the insides of a something on the table.

"I'll turn her into a flower!" said Ororo.

"Oh she'd make a lovely flower." said Jean.

"Don't you see, a flower can't prick its finger." said Ororo. "She'll be perfectly safe.

"Until White Queen sends a frost." pointed out Jean.

"Yes, a ... oh dear!" said Ororo dissipointed. "You're right. And she'll be expecting us to do something like that."

"But what won't she expect, she knows everything." pointed out Kitty.

"Oh but she doesn't dear. White Queen doesn't know anything about love, or kindness, or the joy of helping earnest. You know, sometimes I don't think she's really very happy." explained Jean.

"That's it, of course! It's the only thing she can't understand, and won't expect!" shouted Ororo excited. "Oh, oh, now, now ... We have to plan it carefully, let's see, woodcutters cottage, it's a lovely little place with a nice village. "Yes, yes, of course the King and Queen will object, but when we explain it's the only way ..."

"Explain what?" asked Kitty confused.

"About the three peasant women raising a foundling child deep in a village near France."

"Oh, that's very nice of them." said Jean not realising who the peasant woman were.

"Who are they?" asked Kitty.

"Turn around!" ordered Ororo. While Kitty and Jean turn to face the mirror, Ororo changes their clothes into peasant ones.

"Iih ... why, it's ... us!" said Jean realising what Ororo meant.

"You mean, we, us?" asked Kitty.

"Take care of the baby?"

"Why not?" said Ororo happy about her plan.

"Oh, i'd like that!" said Jean.

"Well, yes, yes, but will we have to feed it?" said Kitty. She looked down to her dress realising it was pink. She used her wand to turn it blue.

"And wash it and dress it and rock it to sleep. Oh I'd love it!" shouted an excited Jean.

"You really think we can?"

"If humans can do it, so can we." said Ororo.

"And we have our magic to help us." said Kitty.

"Oh, no, no, no, no, no magic! I'll take those wands right now. Oh, better get rid of those wings, too." Ororo used her wand to take away the three of their wings and took their wands.

"You mean, live like mortals? For sixteen years? Now, we don't know how. We've never done anything without magic." said Kitty.

"And that's why White Queen will never suspect.

"But who'll wash, and cook?" asked Kitty.

"Oh, we'll all pitch in." said Ororo.

"I'll take care of the baby!" said Jean excited.

"Come along now, We must tell their majesties at once." said Ororo.


So the king and his queen watched with heavy hearts as their most precious possession, their only child, disappeared into the night.

Many sad and lonely years passed by for King Logan and his people. But as the time for the princesses sixteenth birthday drew near, the entire kingdom began to rejoice. For everyone knew that as long as White Queen's domain, the forbidden mountains, thundered with her wrath and frustration, her evil prophecy had not yet been fulfilled.

"It's incredible, sixteen years and not a trace of her! She couldn't have vanished into thin air. Are you sure you searched everywhere?" shouted White Queen. She was sitting on her throne as her servents bowed down to her, scared of what she might do.

"Yeah, yeah, anywhere, we all ..." said one of the scared servants.

"But what about the town, the forests, the mountains?" asked White Queen.

"We searched mountains, forests, and houses, and let me see, in all the cradles." said the other servant.

"Cradle?" asked White Queen, not believing her ears.

"Yeah, yeah, every cradle." said the first servant.

"Cradle?" White Queen looked to her silver bird. "Did you hear that my pet? All these years, they've been looking for a baby!" White Queen started to laugh. "Oh, oh, ha, ha, ha ..." abruptly stopped laughing. "Fools! Idiots! Imbeciles!"White Frost used her powers to blow them out of her sight. She looked back at her silver evil bird. "Oh, they're hopeless. A disgrace to the forces of evil. My pet, you are my last hope. Circle far and wide, search for a maid of sixteen with hair ofsunshine worthy aurbun hairand lips red as the rose." explained White Frost.


So what do you all think? I know it sounds a bit like 'what the hell is going on?' but I promise you, in the next chapter you will understand. Please review as then I know I should update for you. NEXT CHAPTER WILL BE ROGUE ACTUALL TALKING AND ROMY!