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Ava Mist?

By xXBVBArmyXx All Rights Reserved ©

Action / Fantasy

The Beginning (Prologue)

April 21st 2000'OS (Equivilent to 21st century) *Avas Birth*

"What are we going to do with her, i thought i demanded for you to get a bloody abortion!" Claire's father cursed through gritted teeth.
"I couldn't bring myself to do it!"
"I don't care. It was a demand, your lucky your even alive after giving birth to such thing! Do you understand how much dishonour that brings to our family. Do you know how bad it makes me look, to have a daughter that would betray her people!"
Tears started to form in Claire's eyes as the room filled with the cry of baby Ava through the baby thermometer. Claire started to make her way to baby Ava when she felt a tight grip cling to her wrist. She tries to pull out of the grasp before turning to her dad. 
"Take her to the dungeon!"
"No No DAD...What about Ava!" Claire cried out
"Johnathon I know you haven't graduated knight camp, but with this order if you follow and succeed everyone in the kingdom shall praise you for being the hero who killed the devils child!"
"Sire there must be an---"
"That is an order Johnathon!"
"JOHNATHON!..PLEASE DON'T..I'M BEGGING YOU...WE DON'T KNOW IF SHE REALLY IS THE DEVILS CHILD!...there's still a chance she could be yours!!"
The expression on Johnathon's face softens, and looks as if cowardly.
"Johnathon don't listen to her.Shes Lying, now we don't have time hurry!"
"PLEASE JOHNATHON..HEAR ME OUT!!!..She could be yours after all!"
Johnathon with his masculine figure and his sword, which was only known to exist in legends, Shakes off the Wretched screams from Claire and makes his way to Baby Ava's room.
In the mean time Claire was fighting back against the guards, who were struggling to carry her to the murky dungeon.

The guards should have been well aware that Claire has been trained to be able to protect her self in any situation, As she wasn't know as the Warrior Princess for nothing.

As for Claire's dad he was the Lead Exorcist
With the thought of helping his people, he was only make things more complicated then they should have been.
Not only did he put his life at risk, for the sake of 'saving' his people, but killing Ava actually puts his peoples lives in danger.
As much as he wanted to watch Ava grow to become more elegant then her mother, he had to get rid of her before she destroyed everything.
Word about Ava could never get out to the kingdom, other wise Claire was sure to be burned to death for the trial of witch craft.
And if that ever happened Clint (lead exorcist/Claire's father) would become stripped of his title, and lose everything he ever owned.
If he had have know that Claire was still pregnant with the child, he would have killed the child him self, even if it meant hurting his daughter.
The only reason as to why Clint knows that the child is the devils child, is because he had an exorcist vision which became prophecy.
Meaning that nothing could change there minds about the killing of Ava. She 'is' the devils child. 'no doubt about it.'

Does Johnathon kill Ava?

A/N I know its really bad for a first chapter, but i swear as you get deeper into the story, the better it gets.

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