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The Angel

By Bri Cannistraro

Romance / Action

Prologue

A/N: I OWN NO PART YU GI OH 5DS! ALL RIGHTS GO TO THE CREATORS!

Some ideas in this story are influenced by the story, Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds: Bonds Beyond Magic by Cool Cat 2000. The ideas go to her.

Warning: This will mostly be the OC's POV but I will have Third Person and a possible (not certain) other characters' POV's. So please forgive me if this is a lot of OC POV because the only reason it's really a POV story right now is because it will be switching to Third Person. Thanks for listening to me banter and go on with my apologies. We should get to the story.

Prologue

Era's POV

It was a snowy evening. I was driving home with my sister, Maya, and two friends, Nate and Zack, after a party that was made to celebrate my eighteenth birthday. Nate being the driver.

"So, how excited are you to be an adult?" Maya asked.

"Are you kidding me? I'm happy but nervous as it means a billion more responsibilities," I answered with a grin.

"The ordinary Jayla. Always kind but skeptical of the world," Nate stated.

"Oh, be quiet," I told him. "I mean, it's pretty hard to know what's really out there. Where we end up when we die? If someone put humans on this planet? Those are some things that I would really love to know."

Zack laughed. "Jayla, you need to chill it on the questions and worry about what's going on right now," he told me.

Nate stopped at a four-way intersection. The streets were pretty empty so he began his drive across. As we drove into the middle, we heard a semi-trucks horn blare.

"Nate! Look out!" Maya exclaimed but it was too late.

Everything went black and all was silent except the occasional beeping of a heart monitor in my ears.

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