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An Affair for all Time

By bubblewrappedkitty

Fantasy / Adventure

Introduction

AN: This story is a vague crossover between Covert Affairs and Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. It uses the general storyline of PoP, but takes place in the CA-verse and uses the characters. As such, it is massively AU. Like, massively. Keep that in mind going in.

Disclaimer: I don't own Covert Affairs or Prince of Persia. I wish I owned Auggie, but that's a completely different story.

Introduction

Since its days as a host of colonies shaking off the mantle of oppression, America has been a strong presence in the world. The power of the country rests in its people; those who give their hearts to defend and protect it. Among these defenders, the most elite are the silent soldiers, those whose acts of patriotism and bravery are carried out secretly and are easily the most dangerous. The government's private army: the CIA.

The Centre of Intelligence Agency is a government branch devoted to protecting America from threats, both from outside and from within. Their agents are the most skilled; the strongest, the fastest, and the smartest. And even within the agency, there are those whose skills are the highest, and they are the Anderson family. A living dynasty in the CIA, the Andersons have worked in the agency for generations and are always, without competition, the most talented.

The most successful of his family was Arthur Anderson. Every mission that he ran was met with success, and more of the country's enemies were stopped by Arthur than any other agent in the history of the CIA. With his brother Henry at his side, he rose to lead the department for which they worked, and through time he was given two sons who he raised to follow in his path.

But destiny had decided that he needed more, and took him on one last mission that would change the fate of the world.

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