The Guardian Angel

Sixteen year old Caitlynn lost both her parents and her younger brother in a car accident. She has now been adopted by her aunt and uncle. She is looking forward to a hard life, but what happens when she meets Tedd, a kind but quite weird boy, and the mysterious Audrey, who tells her a story about different worlds, a kingdom, angels and God?

Note: I put the chapters up as pages - so each chapter is approximately one page in my Word document. AND, sorry for typos and mistakes - I rarely look back at it, so please forgive me.


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“That’s pretty awesome, dude.” I said with a grin. He smiled back. Then I turned to Audrey again. “What about mine, then?” I felt a rush of excitement. Hearing what Tedd would be able to do made my hopes stray high, that I would have some kind of over-the-top-awesome ability.

“Yours… is very difficult to define. You could say it is a physical force. In the same way as you used it today - as an explosion. You can, basically, use it for everything. You can make your golden dust, as we used to call it, take form as everything you can imagine. A gun and you would be able to shoot. A club and you would be able to swing and hit as if it were a “real” one. But it will never change from the golden glitter. As I said, it’s hard to explain. But as well as you can use it as a weapon, you can use it for good. You could make it carry heavy objects, caress a child far away.” Audrey told, looking at my face all the time, a grin slowly spreading on his face as my mouth fell more and more open. “It can do anything, almost. It might not look that powerful, but it is.” He ended.

“Wauw…” Tedd whispered. I looked from Audrey to Tedd, and saw that he looked quite awestruck. “I’m not even mad… that’s amazing.” He said with a grin.

I opened by mouth to answer, but a tap on the window made my attention shift. Audrey was already by the window, unlocking it. Diving through the window, a woman with dark hair and tanned skin and wings much alike Audrey’s appeared.

“I greet you, priestess.” She said. Her voice sounded like silk, soothing my skin, engulfing me in warmth. I sat up a little straighter, feeling a sense of familiarity, kind of what I felt with Audrey, but not as strong and trusting. “Audrey tells me you have been in a fight with one of Juliet’s beasts. In what way have you been hurt?” she asked.

“I… I don’t really know. I just feel endlessly tired and cold, though I’m getting a bit better.” I answered her. At first sight, I would have said that she looked young, but now that I got a better look at her, she seemed to be somewhat older than Audrey, or at least in looks. She was beautiful, but with a sense of wisdom that only came with older people.

“She was thrown against a tree.” Audrey broke in. “I’m afraid she might have hurt her spine or something like that. Her ribs could be a problem too.” He said. I was lying flat on my back on the bed. Zara made her way to me, pulled the cover off me, putting her hands on my sides. Her eyebrows moved a tad closer to each other in concentration.

“You two, turn around.” She said to Tedd and Audrey. Then she turned back to me. “I will need you to take your shirt of so I can heal you more efficiently.” I felt myself blush, and a quick look at Audrey tells me that he is blushing as well. Tedd has already turned around, Audrey follows. I slowly pull my shirt over my torso, biting my lip to keep from crying in pain from my back and ribs. She helps me turn around on my stomach. I hear a stifled gasp and I silently wonder how bad it is.

“Audrey, I know you won’t like this, but you will have to look at this. I can’t cure this, I will need you to treat her more often than not, and I want you to know what to do.” Zara’s voice sounded strained, as I she was fighting to keep her voice from shaking. My head was turned towards the boys, and I saw Audrey turn around.

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