Annabeth, age 23, commonly known by her alias, 'The Mistress of Despair' due to her atrociousness, finds herself in peril as a mysterious figure, out of the blues, teleports into her house and defeats her in battle.
She is taken back to her time of birth, watching her mother die under mysterious circumstances after delivering every time she is reborn. With her father getting poisoned by his new wife whenever she reaches the age of 6, the only ones she can depend on her either herself or her cunning overpowered uncle, Lord Canning.
Despite her new chance to redo her past, she chooses to grow more sinister in order to gain greater power to defeat the mysterious man in this new life.
To her dismay, he crushes her in an almost similar fashion once again, triggering another rebirth.
Despite her best efforts to defeat the mysterious man, her constant defeat finally leads to a nervous breakdown. The Mistress of Despair experiences what true despair really is.
In her darkest moment, she meets a man, a slave on the run, with whom she starts to build a better life. The happiness is short lived as her past keeps coming back to break her time after time, rebirth after rebirth.
Join Annabeth, on her journey to become a better person; in her endeavors to regain her sanity; in her pursuit of happiness and love; and in her struggles to break free from the chains of despair.
"I'm a skinny person and can't take those 'big chunks' you're talking about, why don't you have them instead since you're already fat?!" the skinny man teased.
"Watch your tongue Ollie! I'm only trying to be nice to you since you look undernourished!" Lord Brodie the fat man retorted.
Given her past atrocities in her life, it was almost hypocritical for Annabeth to call someone else a witch or a b*tch but what's a little hypocrisy going to matter to someone who killed children too simply out of fear that they would try to get revenge on her since she had killed their parents.
"If you're going to make an entrance, make it a dramatic one,"
"If you can't make it dramatic then don't make an entrance at all."
"I'm not saying getting broken is okay, but it's something that can happen to anyone.
What matters is what you do with those broken pieces afterwards."
" No matter how many times you break, I will pick up those pieces for you.
Even if it breaks me every time to see you in pain, I will still pick up your pieces.
And even if I have to force them, I will make sure they stick together.
So that you may be whole again."
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