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My Guardian Angel

By Merpels All Rights Reserved ©

Romance / Adventure

Blurb

Lauren Johnson was an ordinary girl with a black script written on her thigh. That's when she first saw her Guardian Angel, she knew that she was screwed

Prologue

All people have their own soulmates written on somewhere on their body. Those written words are their first words to you. Everybody dreams of a day where they meet their soulmate.

If your soulmate die, the words will turn black. If they are in a comma, the words turn white.

People, good or bad, are afraid of the day their soulmate die. It leaves a gap in their souls, not being able to complete themselves and their other halves are missing. Thus, a lot of them had suicided, thinking that they will be with their other half this way

This is why, we all have a guardian angel. When a soulmate die, they instantly turn into a guardian angel watching over their soulmate’s life.

But unfortunately, their soulmates could not see them. The Guardian Angels are forced to see their soulmate’s life. Of how they often fall in love with someone who is not their soulmate, or how much they are suffering in life.

The Guardian Angels could not comfort their soulmates. In the end, most of them turn insane, killing their soulmates to be together with them.

There are only 1 in a million people who can see Guardian Angel. They are called the Seers. They can only unlock their sight the moment their soulmate dies. Jealousy occurred, causing the Seers to be hunted down.

None of the Seers ever risk of telling anyone that they are one. Even to their own parents and best friend for the fear of being killed or even turned into the Government for experiments.

To be able to see Guardian Angels were a blessing and a curse as well. So they pretended to have multiple personality disorder. The only way to save themselves. 

Stories about Soulmates scare me. Mom would read this story to me over and over again, making me able to recite this book from the beginning to the end with every word.

So when a German guy appeared right in front of me, at the same time I noticed my words turn black, I turned pale.

"Wo bin ich?"

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