Boy meets girl, girl falls in love, blah-blah-blah.
Let me be clear with you from the beginning. This is not that kind of story.
My name is Cait, and I live in the great city of New York. Okay, so maybe I’ve only lived here for a week and a half, sue me, but what else am I supposed to say? This strange and beautiful metropolis is my new home, or the closest thing I’ve probably ever had to a home, and I intend to make the most of my time here. I’m 19 years old, an ex-sophomore in college, and I’m really good at math.
Obviously, I’ve never filled out any kind of bio before.
This is my story. It’s the kind of story where reality bites, love isn’t always what it seems, and maybe – just maybe – everything won’t suck in the end.
The individual or society. Justice or revenge. Hope or destruction.
When a terrorist attack rips through the London Underground, Rachel Stephens’ only worry is when she’ll be discharged from the hospital – until she learns that she is MI5’s primary suspect. In a world of mass surveillance where the internet and media run rampant, it’s a story of the individual versus society. Justice or revenge. Hope or destruction.
When her world is ripped apart, she’s left with a choice. Accept fate or fight.
Which would you choose?
What does it mean to be normal?
It’s such a loaded word, with about a billion different meanings, and every one of them makes Ava Collins sick.
At 17, Ava has been deaf for as long as she can remember. She grew up constantly reminded that she wasn’t – and couldn’t – be normal, that she needed to be ‘fixed’, but it wasn’t until she met Theo De Vries that she learned the truth.
Deaf doesn’t mean broken, it means different. And different isn’t a bad thing.
The Ides Of July
BOOK ONE. The world has changed. After aliens invaded New York City and superhumans continue to emerge from the woodwork, society has been forced to accept that which it does not know or understand.
Anna, a young freelance journalist, witnesses these changes first hand as she travels the world, always observing yet never participating in events which continually shape the future.
Now, after watching an Avenger murder a seemingly innocent man before her very eyes, she’s thrust into action. Narrowly escaping death with Loki, the God of Mischief, Anna finds herself at a crossroads.
How do you fight that which you do not understand?
All Hail The King
BOOK TWO. After being manipulated and kidnapped by Restitution, Anna + Loki narrowly escape with their lives only to be separated by Odin. Stuck on Earth with Jane Foster, Anna finds herself missing the one man she thought she would always hate.
The Darkness Cometh
BOOK THREE. Trapped in Asgard after Odin’s apparent death, Anna chooses an unlikely ally in her attempt to find Loki. While the realm is sealed from the rest of the Nine Worlds, her strange dreams lead her to the one place she’d never expect.
Lost + Found
A post-Captain America: Civil War fanfiction.
I’m Chloe Tuominen. I’m just an average girl. An average physical therapist with an average apartment, an average life, and above-average hair.
That is, until I’m mugged one night and kill two men with my bare hands.
Accidentally, I might add.
Suddenly I’ve been tossed into a not-so-average world of heroes and villain – where I meet Captain America and his best friend (also with above-average hair), Bucky Barnes – after losing everything that I know, and now I have to find my way back.