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Reunited At Death

By briannachick09 All Rights Reserved ©

Action / Drama

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Two people that were soul mates. Separated at death. Rose Lee Reed became an angel and her lover, Blake Preston Chaser, who became a demon God sent Rose to go investigate a camp and she unexpectedly reunites with her soul mate..

The Beginning

I smiled as Blake planted a kiss on my cheek. I swear we were the happiest couple alive, nothing could ever separate us. We were standing outside on a warm summer night, looking up at the stars.

"You're beautiful, ya know?" Blake's deep voice lingered in my ear, causing me to blush. He had his arms wrapped around my waist with his gentle hands on my huge stomach. I gently rubbed the top of my stomach, smiling. 

"I know, but did you know you're the most handsomest man that I have ever met?" I said in reply. He chuckled, which I felt the vibrations on my back. I was about eight months pregnant with our little angel. 


We were going to name her Mika Ann Chaser. It was absolutely perfect. Blake rested his head on my shoulder as we stood outside, feeling a warm breeze brush against us. 

"It's getting late, Rose." Blake said. I sighed and slightly turned around to face him. 

"I know, Blake." I said with a huge smile on my face. I wrapped my arms around his neck and leaned in. Blake did the same. I felt his soft lips against mine. I swear you could see sparks flying. Once we parted, I smiled looking into his blue eyes. 

"So, let's go in Rose." He smiled while turning and sliding the side door open and allowing me to walk in. 


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