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New beginnings

By Viviane Ravenheart

Romance

Chapter 1

Hi!

So this is my first fanfic on Inkitt*nervous squeack*. I hope you like it and review it. I realy would like to know what you think. 

This story has already been posted under the name of Viviane Ravenheart on Fanfictio.net , and  that is how I'm still signing this story and every other after this.

The info bellow is just some info about my self and this story, but if you want to skip this The story starts on Chp2.

Just so you know english is not my native language so please if you find any writing mistakes whatsoever I would like you to tell me. PLEASE.

I confess. I desperately tried to read the actual book, but unfortunately I didn't had the chance... so some people might want to Punjab me for putting Nadir and his manservant in this and some other original Charecters. This fanfic will be based more on 25th anniversary of Phantom, the 2004 movie and somewhat on Love Never Dies, because I love the idea of them going to America and the deformity Erik has in the play for me is just awesome so check it out . Here's the link:

watch?v=NdI36IBLfHQ

and you should be able to see it clearly at 9:28 but in my version his only going to the hairline because I don't want him wearing a freaking wig nor do I want wear a wig and be blond. He is also 11 years older than Christine who is at the beginning nineteen, so he is 30 at the time this begins.

Your obedient servant

V.R

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