An Angels Trials-Chapter 2Chapter 2An Angels Trials-Chapter 2 by QMAN4000
The menacing roar of a V8 Ford engine inside a Crown Victoria echoed on the dessert road. Inside, two Arizona state troopers, the driver an older caucasian man with graying, brown hair, deep set green eyes, and a strong build, the passenger was a thin, tall, young hispanic who looked more like a high school student then a cop. The two troopers are passing the time with some conversation, and the younger trooper was mildly annoyed.
"I just don't see why we should be out here on a road that is practically deserted" the young trooper said in a ticked off tone. "It's not like anything is here... or anyone." He rested his head on the window "Not to mention it is the middle of the night."
The older cop sighed, wondering how to shut up his new partner. He had been a cop for nearly three decades and learned to deal with almost everything that was thrown his way, whether that be a drunk driver, or a man on the hunt for his ex-girlfriend. But if there was one thing that would always ge
An Angels Trials-Chapter 1Chapter 1An Angels Trials-Chapter 1 by QMAN4000
Her white wings had been turned crimson with her blood. Her once perfect yet simple white robes cut up and shredded like paper, Her very spirit shattered into a hundred pieces. But worst of all, she had been banished from her home, and had no idea why. She lie face down on the dessert sand crying, the darkness of the night masking her form and hiding her tears. The youngest of her kind, and now all alone with no one to turn to, to comfort her, to help her up. She had lost her will to live, but could not die.
She thought back to her childhood and thought of all the people who had raised her as if she was their own daughter. Gabe teaching her the ways of life. Mike protecting her from the evils of the world. Raph patching her up after a nasty fall. All of this was gone, and this made her cry longer and harder. Her friends and family now hated her and wanted her gone, and she had no idea why.
She lie in the cold dessert sand crying in the moonlight for hours, hoping t