Queen Abigail’s company have come to the White Kingdom, about which everyone is delighted except for Lady Regina Mills, a long time guest of the White Kingdom, because the idea of weeks spent in the company of Leopold’s brash niece, Emma Swan, is quite intolerable. While waiting for the marriage of Prince James and Princess Snow to take place, the party decide to have a little sport at Regina and Emma’s expense. After all, two so adamantly opposed to love - and, in particular, their love for each other - would make a most comic pairing.
Featuring a masquerade, a sleeping curse, Henry knowing more than he should, some dreadful butchering of Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’, and a fair helping of romance.
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