By Crystal Colwell / September 6th, 2016
Story (From Prefundia Page)
Alison (default name) Sunderlund considers herself to be an average girl from a small Ohio town. By day she can be found working as a server in a local café and by night she takes care of her house and family: her dad and younger brother. Though she doesn’t have a lot on her plate, the life she has gives her very little free time. But Alison’s life changes one night when she decides to play a game before falling asleep, and wakes up the next morning sitting under a tree in a strange new world.
Confused, Alison sets out to discover more about her new surroundings. When she meets a few unsavory sorts, she flees through the unfamiliar town, escaping onto the breathtaking Arkwright estate… where she trips the security system and knocks herself unconscious. Luckily, she’s found by the mansion’s kind owner, Gwyn Arkwright, who takes care of her wounds, listens to her tale, and offers Alison a job at his café, The Looking Glass. With this world being so different from Earth, Alison sees very few alternatives and accepts Gwyn’s offer. Everything’s peachy except… now Alison must choose which of The Looking Glass’ five café employees will train her!
Will Alison stick with what she knows and remain a server? Will she a cut a new path as a cook’s assistant? Will she wipe away her past burdens as a low-level dishwasher? Will Alison ever figure out what strange world she’s in? Will she ever return to her old life?
Will she want to?
All stories* are written by Noëlle Hyzy, the winner of Voltage Inc.’s 4th Annual International Script Writing Contest for Romance Apps.
12 chapters for Main Stories
3 possible endings per Main Story
3 chapter Epilogues
40+ hours of content across all stories
At least 6 CGs per Main Story
Available in English
Available for iOS and Google Play
Available for Windows and Mac**
* Unless written by a Backer at the Red Rose Tier.
** If Greenlight is successful on Steam
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