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October 18, 2006
To all my reviewers:

Holy crap. I'm so sorry, but i would understand if you track me down and kill me, but i am honestly SO SORRY. You don't have to forgive me, i'll understand. All what i can say is that i completely vanished this fanfiction world. I barely even go on the computer. I'm a senior and i need to focus so i could graduate. I don't want to promise anything to you guys, but i will try writing the future chapters. Probably a rough draft first then i'll post it here if i'm satisfied. I'm so sorry. I feel so bad....i even cried when i was reading your reviews! Sheesh...i'm such a bad person!

-May

UPDATE: (November 05, 2006)
I have no idea when i would be able to write the rest of my chapters. But i got an idea. If you're a writer, who enjoys writing stories, fanfics, etc., please e-mail me. The point? Well, if you like my story "Love from the Former Enemy", would you like to continue writing the story for me? Of course there will be some...rules and conditions if you want to participate with this activity. If you're interested, e-mail me with your written stories, finished or not. Yes, experience is a BIG must. Thank you.



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Angel from Above by May

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Summary: LONG ONE-SHOT D/HG: Memories from the pasts, but will never be forgotten. An Angel that he had been waiting for finally came who descended from the heaven. Will her words change his life forever? Please Read and Review!
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“The bright, white moon casts silvery threads on the dark ocean rolls, waves thundering at our feet, the heavens open to cap the starlit scene.” She turned her face to see his reaction, but found none. “I return home carrying the memory of this moment. A memory emblazoned in my mind, to carry me forward through this otherwise decadent scene.” She still did not find what she was looking for; she fully turned around to face his side and prepared herself for what she was about to say. “I’m not sorry for walking away, you had it coming.”