The Tailor of Charon'.
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A Princess has fallen deeply in love with a man her family forbids her to be with. He is merely a common Tailor in the small village of Charon', France that her family's castle happens to overlook. Princess Catherine is caught in a tragic love triangle between the man she rejects (Nathan) and the man she loves (Le'o.) More
Catherine is from nobility and Le'o is merely a common Tailor in the village of Charon', France but they both realize that what is right for their hearts isn't acceptable to those in Catherine's family or the prying eyes of the village. They decide to run away to Paris and begin a new life together as husband and wife, but the man Catherine's family wants her to be with (Nathan) is jealous and feels betrayed by her decision to not be with him and has promised to hunt Le'o down and take him away from Catherine so that she will never see him again.
Catherine must follow her heart and travel to wherever it leads, even if it is with a man she should not be with despite her jealous ex-boyfriend Nathan's actions to destroy her illicit romance with Le'o. Catherine breaks away from her family and begins her relationship with Le'o, the Tailor of Charon'. He is a simple man in the village that her Family's castle happens to overlook, but she can't resist the fire that Le'o has sparked within her, and they begin a treacherous path toward a romance that has been ridiculed and despised since the very beginning.
Le'o hasn't told Catherine why he has been alone for as long as he has, but when she finds out that a spell had been cast upon him that makes him become a werewolf in the fullness of the moon, she doesn't repress her love for him and remains vigilant and proves that her love is undying no matter what shape or form he develops into, her heart and mind belong to him, not matter what the consequences.
(The Tailor of Charon' is adapted from a French Tale about a tailor that turns into a werewolf which has been adapted to create a story that resonates with tones of Shakespeare while keeping beat with a similar rhythm of Beauty and The Beast that have drops of "poetic syncopation" that allow Catherine's voice to shine through.)
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