Mina Grimm

The main character in the book.

Wilhemina Edit

Grimm Edit

Wilhemina Grimm (who originally thought her last name was Grime// and insists that she is called Mina) is the main character of the "An UnEnchanted Fairy Tale" series. She was always unpopular until she saved her crush Brody Carmichael, the most popular boy in Kennedy High's life on a field trip to Babushka's Bakery, causing her to become famous in her school. But with her newfound fame brings misfortune as an old family curse come to light. For Mina is descended from the Brothers Grimm and has inherited all of their unfinished fairy tale business. Which includes trying to outwit a powerful Story from making her its next fairytale victim.

Love Life Edit

Throughout the series, Mina has a crush on Brody Carmichael. In Unenchaned (the first book in the series) Brody falls in love with Mina and they have a relationship throughout the book. Nan, Mina's best friend, falls into a coma in Fairest (the second book in the series) which Brody wakes her up from with true loves kiss. After the life-saving kiss, Mina and Brody try to brush it aside but it puts a gap in their relationship. In Fable (the third book in the series) Mina spends the book trying to find Charlie, her younger mute brother pronounced dead after a fire that took their apartment. She spends the book with Nix, but they develope no romantic relationship. In the fourth book, Reign, Mina attends a party with Brody where he presents her with a ring (not the marriage type) but she soon leaves to go to the fae plane. She travels back in time to before Teague was evil. There they seem to fall in love and she makes it all the way to the end in a contest to win the prince's hand in marriage. Once at the final task Teague is stabbed in the heart, causing him to turn powerful and evil. Mina travels back to her own time and plane. Finally, in the last book Forever, Mina makes a deal with Teague and ends up trapped in his castle. For a while, she is trapped like a prisoner but he eventually opens up the castle to her, similar to 'Beauty and the Beast.' Eventually, as Mina grows fond of him, she is taken by her mothers family (ones she had never met, sirens). Finally, at the end of the book, Mina and Teague make their way back to each other, manage to survive the battle, and marry- becoming Queen and King of the fae world.