Me and my partner are playing Steve Jackson's Sorcery for the iPad together at the moment. It's her first rp experience of any kind and she's loving it! So I'm thinking I might DM something for her next.
What I'm looking for is a high quality adventure in a fantasy setting (preferably low fantasy) that has quite a lot of descriptions of characters, encounters, places etc. for me to read straight from the book. Ruleset is not so important, if the rules are too advanced I can simplify them. A good storyline wouldn't hurt though, and it should be possible to adapt the adventure for one player one DM.
I've been asked to specify this question further, but I think I'll try to clarify my question instead. Bare with me.
What I'm looking for is a published adventure (not a game although I greatly appreciate the advice on games that I've received). I want the adventure to contain lots of text that I can read out loud to the player. That's the important part and I don't think there are that many adventures like that out there. Most of them have only a few short paragraphs (usually italicized) intended to be read to the players. One adventure that does provide a lot of text to be read out loud (and the closest I've found to what I'm looking for) is the multiplayer gamebook The Riddling Reaver by Fighting Fantasy.
I'm also hoping I can find an adventure that isn't simply hack 'n' slash, but that has a captivating storyline. I'd also like it to take place in a low fantasy setting. What ruleset the adventure is written for is less important however. I'd prefer the rules to be simple, but I can always simplify them if need be.
Does anything come to mind?