To Love a Beast Hidden deep within the twisted Hemlock Forest lies a castle lost to society. After tragedy struck the residence it was unknown whether or not the castle remained occupied. With a new government running the country it was no longer a concern of the nearest of villages as to whether or not an heir to the family still resided. There were no carriages that went to or from the castle frequently enough for anyone to be signs of occupancy, but suspected that someone simply tended to the castle grounds once in awhile to check on the condition and left. So long as a noble wasn't demanding taxes from the village it wasn't important enough for anyone to snoop and find out. Unbeknownst to the village the castle was indeed occupied by an heir to the noble family Westwood, Lady Amelia Westwood and her servants that tended to the grounds. The young and beautiful Lady hadn't left the castle grounds since the tragedy that took away her parents. It was believed that she had went to live with her uncle, an even more wealthy noble that lived near the capital. She however refused to leave her immediate family's estate or to even so much as visit the man. The carriage that came once in awhile was merely a servant checking in on her and providing her with supplies, gifts, and anything else she desired, hoping it would change her mind about leaving Castle Westwood. The Lady was as stubborn as she was beautiful and eventually was given-up upon by her uncle. Her small staff of servants and a groundskeeper that were the most devoted to her parents were the only ones that even knew what she looked like or why she remained there. They endured the growing temper and cruelty that slowly consumed her. To them she was a force to be reckoned with when angry and a face of an angel. Whatever inner turmoil she had inside she took out on them, yet they remained at her side. They still could see the beauty within her even though it was lost to her. The mystery of her had long ago faded away and she was forgotten as she longed to be by the world....until now.