This is a TRUE TO LIE STORY... Everything has a reason Everything has a concrete explanation Every question has a solution Every creature has its own responsibilities "Elysian World" A world that you wouldn't expect there is A world where full of tales existing A world where Powers do real A peaceful place like heaven but deadly like hell Want to know what world is it? Curious about the world there is in other side? Lets start by entering our school WELCOME TO ELYSIAN ACADEMY
When Summer, who hates attention and dating, meets Elijah, little does she know her life is going to be turned upside down once the inevitable occurs. - Summer Hayes has everything one could ask for; an understanding family, the bestest best friend ever and good grades. Boyfriend? She hated that word. But when she meets Elijah Grey, she should have nothing to do with him since he is the type of guy she completely despises. But when a college trip ends up bringing them together for a day, she realizes that she doesn't want to stay away. And so does he. But when all odds start turning against them, the choices Elijah was left with, leads to a heartbreaking story, one that is planned out well by their fates. But will he be able to choose what's right with a realistic mind, even though that will snatch everything away from him...again?
Girl meets boy. Boy meets girl. That’s too cliché What if Girl meets Boy but in the end destiny did not permit them to be became together? Will they continue their unfinished story? Will destiny allow them this time? Nathaniel and Soledad fell in love with each other but unfortunately their love was never fated to have “and they lived happily ever after” ending. Nonetheless, they managed to find new lovers for themselves and build a family. This is a story of Emerald Ridad and John Nimbus Cruz, on their early 30s. Let us join them as they astonish a journey chasing the clouds, finding the first love of their parents, making a way to let the sparks continue. As Emerald and Nimbus linger to chase the clouds, it’s fun for a while but ultimately futile. This means a vain effort. Will they succeed? Will it be “and they lived happily ever after”? or “Once they lived happily”?
She's a failed spy, he is a millionaire who needs some very discreet protection. Seems like a perfect match, right? Alison Brently, or Agent C as she was raised, was fired from the only life she knew. She was raised, molded and forced into a life of being a spy, by the best academy in the world and she still failed - all because she has the audacity to dream, hope and love. Thrust into a world she silently moved through but never experienced, she needs to learn how to cope. Evan Martin, who is looking for more, but discrete, security since inheriting his father's company, takes Alison under his caring wing. He takes her on adventures she missed during her time at the academy, while she escorts him to functions, obviously with her trusty butterfly knife strapped to her thigh. But their bubble soon bursts when they realise that the academy and the world Alison left behind isn't quite done with her yet...
Madison Philips, a girl full of promise in front of parents and strangers who also just wanted to see the world burn - not really, but she did enjoy bringing people back to Earth to disappoint them. To get a clear perspective of her, she is that one short, petite girl that would try to fight someone three times her size, she's got mid-length brown hair with some shorter strands to frame her soft face. She is capable of being both a softie and a baddie, it all really depended on her mood. Yet there is a moment when she starts avoiding love like the plague. So when she meets Chase Ellsworth - the popular guy of her year that all the girls swooned over-, she feels like she's hit a brick wall. His confidence was through the roof and she would soon enough find out why, but because of that energy coming from the boy with black hair and green eyes, she decides that her goal would be to crush his confidence. Sounds easier said than done. Especially when you're trying not to fall in love.