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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“You say that despite the fact that Caitlynn was beaten up by one of those things. You would not have been any challenge for it. It would have smashed you like a fly. And I had my hands full myself.” He said, dark eyes trailed on Tedds slender build. I could feel the electricity in the air, the need they both had to show of like boys do - wanting to be the strongest, the best.

“I can take care of her. I’m strong, you know. Just because you are some kind of angel does not mean that you are any better than me!” Tedd said, sounding angry and raising from the bed. I felt that this was going in a very wrong direction. I stumbled to my feet and placed myself between them, looking at each of them I return with an angry glance.

“Do you two really think that this is the time for getting mad at each other? We are kind of in trouble here. We do not have time nor reason to getting divided. So now you get your shit together and stop acting like wolfs fighting over the right to rule over the pack. We’re in this together,” I told them, and at my words, they both looked embarrassed. I started swaying, and they both grabbed me, helping me to the bed. My ribs were hurting me badly, and my breath was not even at all. I lay down, head on the pillow and closed my eyes for just a second while trying to get my breath back to normal. Opening them again, I looked straight up into the guys faces, and I felt a little guilty at talking to them like that before.

“We should figure out what to do now. I mean, clearly Juliet is pretty much intending to make an end to me sooner than later, and we have to do something about this. I have to learn to control my powers before she attacks again. Can’t we do something about this?”

Audrey was quiet for a while. Tedd looked like he was thinking like a madman, stroking his invisible beard that he hadn’t quite had yet.

“There is one way only to make an end to this. Either you have to learn how to perfectly control your powers and that would take you years, since this body is not officially capable of using magic. Either that, or we have to get hold of The Sword of the Priestess.” At my puzzled look, he looked exhausted. “It is the sword that you had before you were killed. It holds a great deal of your magic power. It is only part of it that is resting inside you now. Wielding that sword, you would be capable of using all of your magic power to its fullest extent, including what is hidden inside the sword. It is also the only physical weapon that is able to kill an angel. The problem is that Juliet herself stole the sword from God when she found out that she did not succeed in killing your soul. I see it as our only way out. I will get a hold of the other guardian angels, they will have powers that we need to figure this out and find our way into Lady Juliet’s home.” My brain tried to process this information. Given all that that I had already had in the last couple of days, this should not be very surprising, but Audrey had made it sound like I was the one that had to kill her. Drive a sword through her heart in my try to kill her, because she is trying to kill me, because she did not succeed in killing me 4000 years ago. The thought was depressing, having to kill someone.

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