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Amber: A Real Magical Story.

New Zealand

Long ago, there ived a young girl named Amber who lived in a secluded manor with Fiona, her strict guardian. Fiona made Amber work hard and treated her terribly, but Amber found comfort in her art and friends, Hobie and Penelope.

One day, Amber discovered a secret room where they found a silver hairbrush. Amber's parents had written an inscription on it celebrating her first birthday. But Fiona had always told Amber that her parents had died when she was only a few days old. Why did she lie? she wondered.

There was also a tunnel in the secret room. Amber followed it and found that it led to a charming village. She wandered into a castle garden and was amazed by all the beauty that surrounded her. Then sudenly, she heard a little girls cry for help! Amber rushed over to a large pit and quickly pulled the girl to safety. Thank you for saving my sister, said a voice. Amber's eyes met those of a handsome young man, who had rushed over to help Amber. it was love at first sight!

Then back at the castle Fiona was wandering where Amber was, and when she found the tunnel door open, she saddled up her horse and went to the village to find Amber. Meanwhile at the castle Amber and the handsome young man named Shanon. Then Amber told Shanon about Fiona and just as she finished quess who should turn up, Fiona on her horse. She tried to grab Amber and take her back to the castle, but Shanon quessed it was Fiona and yelled for the guards. A second later 20 guards were there and then they were told to take Fiona away and lock her up forever.

Then after all the gwere gone Shanon Knelt down on his knees and said... Amber Will You Marry Me? And of course Amber said yes as she really loved Shanon, and the very next day they were married and everyone lived happily ever after, except Fiona who finally got what she deserved.

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