Author: Meisha Nicole PM
Damen is an angel ready to get his wings. Colin is a clumsy teen is struggling to make ends meet. After an accident, they have a chance meeting which leaves Damen without his wings and Colin with a second chance at life as well as a guardian angel. SlashRated: Fiction M - English - Romance/Humor - Chapters: 2 - Words: 10,319 - Reviews: 5 - Favs: 17 - Follows: 3 - Updated: 01-27-12 - Published: 01-21-12 - Status: Complete - id: 2990550
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A/N: There will be a part 2 after this so wait for an update!
He liked to think of his life in two stages. Before Colin and After Colin. B.C. if you will. Life had been simple before Colin. He had been on his way to becoming a full fledged angel and actually was ready to have the ceremony that would give him his wings the day everything went so very wrong. He had been so excited. Every angel waited for the day when God would deem them worthy enough to finally receive their wings and while he didn't openly show his excitement, he was thrilled to finally be gaining his wings.
Years of listening to crazy his parents and struggling in school would finally pay off or so he thought and he full-heartedly blamed Colin.
Heaven was not like most humans assumed it to be. First of all it wasn't even called Heaven. Most that resided 'up there' referred to it as Paradise, sometimes even Paradise City. The image of God was something people also usually got wrong. She was a woman, a very strange and bored woman who had decided to create humans because she had nothing better to do. The different interpretations that emerged of her made her chuckle. Well, all but the whole 'god is a man' part. That always sent her into a tailspin. Other than that, she found it amusing and even went so far as to give every human that died a special kind of heaven, paradise, afterlife, or whatever you wanted to call it that was suited specifically for them.
The day everything went wrong, Damen, who was just about to get his wings in the ceremony that night, was stuck on guard duty. It basically meant he had to stand at the gates leading to Paradise City waiting for humans who had recently died. Once they showed up here, Damen would ask their name and then could look up there information on the computer. This would enable him to determine what afterlife the human would be better suited for.
That day a young male showed up. He appeared to be around nineteen with short blond hair and, curiously enough, a skateboard in one hand. Damen was leaning against the gates, his computer in hand as he talked to one of his friends who had recently gotten his wings. He glanced over at the male who seemed to flicker before his eyes. This meant that he wasn't completely dead yet. There were people still attempting to bring him back and because of this he turned his attention back to his friend and continued his conversation.
With his attention on his friend, he failed to notice that the human, with a look of awe on his face, was placing his skateboard on the ground and about to start skating around. Shifting the computer he was holding, he failed to notice the male losing control on the skateboard and turned around just in time to see him coming at him. The two of them collided and not only did the human crash into Damen, he also crashed into the laptop.
Falling on the ground, his eyes widened when the computer hit the ground. Glaring at the human who was sprawled next to him, he was about to shout at him when he suddenly vanished from sight. This meant that they had revived him and he was left alone with the damage that human had done.
Glancing at his friend who was staring at him with a shocked look, someone came running through the gate with a look of panic on their face and Damen had a feeling it had to do with him.
"Come quick you two! Something went wrong with the system! Seven atheists have been moved to the Christian paradise, three Muslims have been sent to the Catholic one, and two Christians and a Wiccan have been put on the send list to hell!"
Yes, hell existed. It was for people god deemed bad. However, Satan was not how most people imagined him to be. First off he was a woman and second of all, he and god were pretty tight. They were ex lovers.
"You are in so much trouble," Damen's friend muttered.
"Fuck," was all Damen was able to say.
Due to a computer malfunction (or rather it crashing to the ground) several people were moved to places they were not supposed to go and it was Damen's fault. If he had been paying attention then he would've known to get out of the way of that stupid human who had ruined everything for him.
An emergency meeting was called for that afternoon, just a few hours before he was to have his ceremony and he dreaded going to that meeting. His parents, while disappointed, tried their best to reassure him that everything was going to be okay even if everyone kept giving him looks. When he arrived at the meeting, he sat directly in the seat farthest away from God or Nora as she was calling herself now.
The woman changed her name at least once a week.
"Damen it has come to my attention that you slacking off at your job earlier this morning has caused quite a few problems."
"My Lady, it was an accident. I do admit not keeping my full attention on the job at hand but I never intended for such consequences to result due to my actions."
"Whether you didn't intend for it to happen does not matter, Damen. You slacked off and it took a great deal of work to ensure those spirits that were moved back into their afterlives that everything was okay."
"It was that human who was here momentarily. He was the one who skated into me."
"Damen, I know this but you are an angel. You should've been paying attention." God or rather Nora insisted.
"My Lady, I am sorry."
"I'm glad you are sorry but you must be punished for what happened," she said with a sigh. "Damen, I am sorry to tell you but for the time being you will not be getting your wings."
Damen gritted his teeth and clenched a fist. Despite his obviously outward anger, he kept quiet because he knew arguing with God would do no good. She was as stubborn as she was insane.
"This is not permanent though. If you manage to gain some responsibility though this task I will put you on, then you will get your wings but not until then."
"What is my task, Lady?"
"I want you to look after a human. His name is Colin Mayers," she said. "He is the human you met earlier today."
At this point, Damen could no longer keep his anger in check.
How could he be looking after that crazy human who had been the one to cause all of this?
This was why he despised humans. They were always causing problems.
"My Lady, you must re-think this."
"Damen, if you can prove capable of keeping this human, Colin Mayers, safe and showing responsibility that comes with being a human's guardian angel then you will finally get your wings."
He wanted to scream. Damen disliked humans with a passion. He thought they were annoying creatures and had managed to get out of guardian angel duty. Some Angels did this type of work to get their wings more quickly. Such a good deed usually got them their wings early. He had never considered such a thing and had managed to get out of it… well until now that is.
"I won't be a guardian angel to that screw up of a human. He's a walking disaster!"
"That is true. He has been in nearly six major accidents in his short life but this only means he desperately needs someone to watch over him."
"I won't do it," Damen muttered. He was putting his foot down.
"All right then, Damen. You have a right to say no but remember this- if you do not do this, you will not get your wings. This is the only way."
Colin Mayers was considered and often called a walking disaster. He was always crashing into things, bumping into walls, or nearly getting run over by cars. It wasn't uncommon to see a random bruise on his body that he got from probably banging one of his body parts against the wall or some hard surface. His latest screw up had gotten him in the hospital and it was completely his fault.
At the time he was on his skateboard and had went to skate to the other side of the road when a car came out of nowhere or at least that was his version. Chances were he wasn't even paying attention. He remembered hitting the car and then he was in this really white place. It seemed pleasant enough and he was in awe. Then he noticed his skateboard. Out of the corner of his eye he saw two males engrossed in a conversation standing near a large gate but he paid them little mind as he placed his skateboard on the ground.
The urge to skateboard up here had been a whim. Still wondering where he was, he thought for a moment that he might be dead. He did remember hitting the car and then he was here. While he was thinking this, he had gotten on the skateboard and because of his dazing out he failed to be paying attention which caused him to crash into the dark haired male holding some sort of laptop. It went flying and both of them landed on the ground- hard.
Eyes widening, he stared at the broken looking laptop and then his eyes flew back onto the male who looked like he wanted to murder him. Then all of a sudden the place he was in seemed to vanish and before he lost awareness he saw what he thought to be the inside of an ambulance.
Was he alive again?
It seemed so.
When Colin woke up he felt like he was in a lot of pain and at first he had no idea where he was. It took a few minutes for him to realize he was in the hospital. The white walls and strange smell was a dead giveaway. For at least another fifteen minutes he lay there and then the woman beside him started to stir. He had to smile softly. It was his mother and she looked like she had been through hell. He could see bags under her eyes and her hair was a mess which was strange for his mother. She usually kept up her appearance- and were those her pajamas?
What exactly had happened?
"Colin!" his mother screeched as she jumped up from the chair and shouted for a nurse.
It took a while for all the commotion to die down but once it did everything was explained to him. He had been hit by a car which he remembered. Then they told him he had actually died but had been brought back. This had all happened a week ago. Apparently he had been asleep ever since. The day he woke up, he was noticeably in shock and slept most of that day away. On the second day he was more alert.
"Mom, you don't have to cry so much. I'm fine," Colin tried to reassure his mother despite the fact that he had nearly died. However, to the doctor's astonishment he was healing at a faster rate than anyone expected. After nearly dying in a car crash, he would be able to go home in roughly two weeks with just a broken arm and a mild concussion.
On the day he was supposed to leave, someone stopped by his room. The man lingered in the doorway for just a moment and when he noticed him he glared at him and then walked off. Colin thought he looked familiar but he wasn't able to remember why this seemed to be the case. Shrugging it off, he managed to get his mother to drop him off at his small apartment. His mother tried to point out that he was only nineteen and should come back with him but he had been living on his own for a year now and was still alive. He tried his best to point this out to his mother.
She ended up spending the night and left the next morning after making him a big breakfast that he was not able to finish because his mother made huge meals that no one could ever finish. Once he convinced her to leave, he plopped down onto his couch with a sigh. He had a month off work due to his accident and school didn't start for another two months so he had a break.
His thoughts were broken by a knock on his door.
Sighing, he stood up and shuffled over towards the door. "Mom, I'm fine!" he shouted and when he didn't get a response he sighed. Still convinced it was his mother, he opened the door but it was not his mother. It was a dark haired male a bit taller than him with a scowl on his face.
Why did this male seem familiar?
For a moment he stared at him and then he realized he was the male had had seen yesterday. This man had glared at him and then wandered off. Despite this sudden realization, he still felt like he had seen him somewhere else. "Can I help you?"
"No, you can't because I have a feeling that if you try to help me you'll just make things even worse for me."
Colin stared at the man with a very puzzled expression on his face. "Excuse me?"
"Are you going to let me in or not?"
"I don't even know you. Why would I let you in?" he asked, warily, finally backing up as he reached for the door. Now he was nervous and felt like this man could cause him serious harm.
The mention of him not knowing who he was seemed to anger him and Colin couldn't help but flinch when he slammed his hand against the wall. "How the hell could you not even recall meeting me you stupid human?"
Frowning, he was about to tell the man to get the fuck out when he had a sudden memory come back to him. There had been a white place he had been in when he had died. He recalled it before but it had been easy to pass it off as a dream. This man looked like the one he had crashed into while on his skateboard. Was that even possible though? How could this man appear in a dream?
The man seemed to grow bored with the silence and eventually just pushed his way inside. "Listen, it's obvious you remember me so let's clear the air before you annoy me with your questions. Yes, you did die and go to heaven. Yes, I am an angel. And yes, you did ruin everything you clumsy idiot."
As far as he knew Angels were supposed to be sweet. He was confused and a bit pissed off that this man had barged his way into his apartment while blaming him for something he wasn't even sure about. "So I really was in heaven?"
"I thought we already went through that…" the man muttered as annoyance flickered in his eyes.
"So I really crashed into you?"
"Yes and because of your little stunt I have to watch your sorry ass until I show enough responsibility towards being your guardian angel."
His eyes widened slightly. "I have a guardian angel?"
"Don't feel flattered you brat. It was either watch over you or never get my wings."
Colin sighed and rubbed his temple. "I have a headache. Can you explain everything again?"
Damen had to resist the urge to curse the male out. He already disliked him. How was he supposed to watch over this kid for god knows how long? He meant that literally. Only his Lady knew how long he would be down here. "Sit down and listen because I will not explain this to you again."
Nodding, Colin quickly sat down and listened to Damen's side of the story. Towards the end he had to rub the back of his head and he couldn't quite meet his eye. Though it had been unintentional on his part, he still felt guilty because due to his stupid actions, Damen was forced to look over him. The worst part was that he had been ready to get his wings that afternoon… well if it hadn't been for him that is.
Colin nodded but then he had a rather odd question to ask Damen and he blurted it out without thinking about it first. "Do you happen to know why I healed so fast-"
"It's because you touched me."
He blinked and Damen growled.
"If a human makes contact with an angel it heals up the speeding progress to a certain point."
"Did that bring me back?"
"No that was the doctor you moron. We can heal but we're not miracle workers."
"Oh," was all Colin was able to say.
"You annoy me."
Colin blinked at the rather blunt comment and frowned. "Listen, I understand that I did cause you to miss out on getting your wings like you said and I'm sorry for that but I don't appreciate the hostility towards me."
Damen rolled his eyes. "You are not special. This hostility is towards all humans."
"I thought angels are supposed to love and protect all humans?"
"Protect? Maybe. Love? No. That is not a requirement for being angel."
"Wouldn't it make your job easier?" Colin suggested which caused Damen to glare at him.
Huffing, Colin folded his arms over his chest and tried his best to contain his temper. "So what do we do now? Are you supposed to spend every second of every day with me?"
"Hell, no! That is not a requirement."
"I thought you're supposed to watch over me though?" Colin asked. He was starting to get confused again.
"I don't need to be up your ass twenty four seven to watch over you. I can be a short distance away and still do my job. Besides, that is more preferable."
"Why?" Colin questioned.
"You annoy me."
He sighed. "Of course I do."
Colin left early the next morning to have breakfast at the diner across from his apartment building. While he was about to take a bite of his food, the angel who despised him plopped in the seat across from him. He still had a frown on his face and looked as if he was disgusted with his current situation but despite this, Colin smiled at him and pushed his plate of pancakes towards him. "Do you want a bite?"
"I don't need to eat."
"Oh you can't eat human food?"
"I never said I can't," Damen muttered. "I don't need to eat. I can but I don't want too."
"Do angels eat in heaven… or whatever you call it?"
"Yes, human souls."
Colin nearly choked on the pancake. "You what?"
Damen smirked and had to let out a small chuckle. "I'm kidding you klutz."
"That's a relief," he muttered as he let out a small sigh.
"We eat babies."
This time he did start choking on his pancakes but he managed to swallow after a few second of coughing. "What?"
"We have food up there. It's similar to your human food."
"So angels are almost like humans?"
Swallowing the nervous lump in his throat, he looked away and tried to ignore the death glare he was getting from Damen. He was catching onto the fact that the angel disliked being compared to humans. It seemed to be one of his many pet peeves. "I'm just curious how you live your life up there."
"Curiosity killed the idiot."
"It's "curiosity killed the cat"."
"Not in your case."
Huffing, Colin decided to finish his food and once he was done he ordered a second coffee. "Why are you here anyway? I thought you said you could watch over me from a distance?"
"I have nothing better to do."
Colin frowned. "I'm glad I'm the alternative to being bored."
He paid for his meal after his second coffee and left the diner in a bit of a huff. About to cross the street, he made a noise of surprise when he his arm was suddenly grabbed and he was pulled backwards.
"Are you stupid?"
Glancing behind him, he found himself face to face with an angry Damen who was looking as if he wanted to choke him where he stood. "What happened?"
"You were about to walk in front of a car," he growled. "How can someone who got hit by a car and nearly died not take extra care when they cross the road?"
Colin felt his face heating up in embarrassment. He couldn't believe he had actually done that but it wasn't the first time. He had six major accidents in his life because he was not always with it and a klutz to boot. "Thank you," he said with a nervous smile.
"Pay more attention moron."
"Stop calling me a moron!"
"Then stop acting like one!"
"You are a horrible angel! No wonder you're stuck down here!"
Damen paused at his words and then turned around to walk away. Immediately Colin regretted his words because it appeared that he had hurt the angel's feelings even if he was not really showing it. The look on his face said enough. It was subtle but still obvious if you looked hard enough.
"Wait!" Colin called out as he ran across the street to follow Damen and he did so without looking. The end result was several cars having to stop suddenly and start honking. This caused Damen to stop and look over his shoulder.
"What is wrong with you?" Damen asked seriously as Colin caught up to him. "Do you not understand the meaning of looking both ways before you cross a street?"
"I just wanted to apologize," Colin said meekly. "When I get determined to do something I tend to forget about everything else."
"You should work on that."
"Damen, you're really not a bad angel. I don't know you well but I'm sure you were a good one. A mean, cold, and angry one but still a good angel none-the-less."
The angel gave him a look. "What kind of apology was that? You called me mean."
Colin bowed his head slightly. "I'm sorry."
"You don't think before you speak do you?"
Damen turned around and kept walking.
This kid was starting to get on his nerves.
Damen was staying in an apartment a block away from Colin. It had been his Lady's doing and while it was decent looking, he would still rather be in Paradise where he wouldn't have to be around all these damn humans. They were so whiny and annoying.
"Yo. How ya doing?"
He had to jump when he heard a sudden voice coming from the kitchen. Frowning when a dark blond haired man popped his head out, he threw something at him but the man easily dodged it. "Alexander what are doing here?"
"I accepted a guardian angel position."
"Why the hell would you want to come down here? You just got your wings. There are tons of things you can do now."
"I know but I decided to become a permanent guardian angel. It's what I want to do."
"You want to stay on earth? What is wrong with you?"
"Oh I can come and go as I please unlike you," Alexander teased. "All guardian angels are allowed to come between earth and paradise… you know except you because of your unusual circumstances."
"Our Lady loves to deal out strange punishments."
Alexander nodded. "Tell me about it. Did you hear what she did to Paul?"
Damen had to shudder and then lifted a brow when Alexander threw himself onto the couch. "What are you doing?"
"I'm staying here for a while. My person lives close by and I decided to crash here while I'm on earth for the next few weeks."
Damen snorted. "You just want an excuse to be lazy. You know our Lady was always on your ass for that."
"I'm not lazy. I just enjoy relaxation."
"Yeah, Alexander. We'll just call you a professional relaxer."
"Hm, I think I like that job title," Alexander grinned.
Damen rolled his eyes and sat down on the occupied chair. "You are such an ass."
He shrugged and stretched his wings. "So how is this Colin Mayers?" he asked, lifting a brow when Damen seemed to noticeably twitch at the mention of his name.
"He is the most annoying, stupid, and clumsy human I have ever met."
"He's the only human you've ever met," Alexander pointed out.
"That isn't the point."
"Then what is?"
"He's just a walking disaster! I don't know how he made it nineteen years and doubt he'll even make it another year at the rate he's going."
"Mm," was all Alexander said.
"Do you know that he nearly got hit by two different cars today? And it was only spaced out by five minutes."
The next thing he heard was Alexander's snoring which was piercing but didn't sound as bad as his harp playing. He was terrible at the harp. Damen refused to even touch the horrid instrument.
"Wake up you lazy bastard," Damen growled as he threw a pillow at Alexander. The other angel only twitched and continued to sleep. "Idiot."
The sound of a doorbell got his attention. Lifting a brow, he reluctantly got up and went over towards the door. Opening it, he stared at Colin who had apparently followed him home. The human peaked inside and his eyes widened when he noticed Alexander on the couch, his wings still out and spread out underneath him.
"Take a picture. It'll last longer."
"Really?" Colin whispered. "That would make an awesome screensaver."
Damen snatched the male's phone when he started to pull it out of his pocket and forced the boy into the hallway. "What do you want?"
"I wanted to know if you would come to dinner with me tonight. My mom is making burritos and… I feel bad for what I said earlier."
"I told you I don't have to eat human food."
"Yes, you don't have to but you can."
Damen sighed. "No thanks, kid. I have better things to do then have dinner with you."
"Oh have dinner with him. You know our Lady won't like it if you flake on your job!" Alexander shouted, the other angel now seemingly awake.
"Shut up, lazy bastard!"
"I'd rather be a lazy bastard then just a plain ol' bastard!"
Colin watched the display with interest and then glanced at Damen who looked like he was close to strangling someone again. "So will you?"
"Fine but this is the one and only time I'll do this because I have a feeling your mother is more annoying then you are."
"Oh she is. Three of her ex-husbands listed that in the divorce papers."
Damen twitched. "Great."
"Can I tell my mother you're really an angel or do I have to lie?"
"I'd rather you not tell the whole world and their brother that I'm an angel. It would make things difficult."
"Besides, would your mother even believe you?"
"Yes, she would. My mom always believes me."
"You two sound perfect for one another."
Colin lifted a brow in confusion and shrugged. Sometimes, he didn't quite get where the man's comments were coming from. "So no talking about the angel thing. Who can I say you are then?"
"… a friend or something like that but I would rather you just say I'm a co-worker. I don't like you enough to be friends."
"You're always so mean to me."
"You ruined my life."
"I didn't mean too!"
"Who the hell skateboards in heaven?" Damen snapped. "I mean you die and the first thing you want to do is skateboard? What is up with that?"
"The better question is: why did I even have my skateboard?"
"What does it matter?"
Colin smiled. "You don't know do you?"
"At least I know to look both ways before crossing the road."
"You are a- hello mom!"
Colin's mother didn't ask too many questions about Damen but every question that came his way he answered without hesitation. The teenager knew that it was all a bunch of bull. He had never been born in Canada and nor was he thinking about running the family business. Damen was an angel who glared at him every chance he got because he had accidentally skateboarded into him.
He tried to see if Damen was smiling as they left his mother's home but the look on his face remained stoic. "I'm sorry," Colin muttered as Damen was walking back to the apartment he was staying in. Before he turned the corner, he asked a question. "Can angel's teleport?"
Damen rolled his eyes. "We fly but I can't do that."
"Oh let it go!" Colin snapped.
The damned angel needed to let things go.
He really was sorry… but one thing still bothered him.
Why the hell was his skateboard in heaven?
The next few days he saw very little of Damen. He would pop in every now and then to see how he was doing but then he would go on his way. Colin knew the man didn't enjoy spending time with him. He was still bitter but by this point it was becoming irritating. He had nearly died and here he was going out every day with a smile on his face. Sitting around feeling sorry for him never sounded appealing and he wished Damen would stop doing it because now he was becoming the annoying one.
When he saw him that day, Colin nearly ended up hitting Damen in anger when he muttered something about the loss of his wings. "Stop being such a whiny… whiny bitch!"
"What did you just call me?"
Colin swallowed the nervous lump in his throat and took a step backward into his apartment. "I want you to stop complaining about losing your wings! I know I messed that up for you but whining about it is going to do nothing. You just need to accept your new job and-"
He was caught off guard when, all of a sudden, Damen kissed him. It started off soft and then he felt a tongue slipping into his mouth. A whimper escaped him just as the kiss started to get more passionate and then Damen suddenly pulled away. Both their faces were flushed but unlike his shocked face, Damen just looked amused.
"Finally something that shuts you up," he said with a laugh.
"You are an idiot!" Colin snapped. "Don't go around kissing people to keep them quiet-"
Damen did it again and like the first time Colin melted into the kiss. When he pulled away, he felt the blush on his face getting darker. "Stop it!"
"Then be quiet for more than a few seconds."
"I was just trying to say-"
"I suppose you have a point but don't call me a whiny bitch ever again."
Colin smiled sheepishly. "Sorry. I was just trying to get my point across."
Damen rolled his eyes. "Idiot."
"Then stop calling me an-" Colin was cut off when Damen kissed him for a third time but instead of being shocked, he kissed Damen back which he hoped the Angel was not expecting.
In the end he couldn't get the best of him because Damen kissed him harder and drew sounds out of Colin that he would rather no one ever hear. "Stupid bastard," he muttered as Damen turned to leave. "Why the hell did you kiss me three times? I thought you hated humans."
"I do but you're starting to become more tolerable."
Damen turned around and left, leaving a shocked Colin behind.
The angel actually tolerated him.
He wasn't sure what to think of that.
"Alexander don't you have someone to watch over… or someone else to annoy?" Colin muttered as he returned to the apartment to still see his lazy friend lounging on his couch and watching television.
Wait, television? Where had that come from?
"Human television is so melodramatic and depressing. It's nothing like the shows we have up in paradise."
"That's because our lady is a sucker for a happy ending every single time."
"What's wrong with a happy ending?" Alexander asked curiously.
"Alexander, why are you here?" Damen muttered as he quickly changed the subject.
"Like I said I am here to visit my friend and relax."
"Should you check on your human?"
"Eh, she's just a baby. She'll be fine for a few days without my hovering over her."
"You're already turning out to be a horrible guardian angel."
"Well I'm sure I'm better then you "Mr. I'm sexually harassing my charge"."
Damen glared at Alexander and the other angel had to shudder. A glare from Damen still caused him to fear for his life." What are you talking about?"
"Oh I was spying on you. I was bored so I decided to use that wonderful mind link all angels have," Alexander said with a grin. "Don't you think they are useful-"
A ball of energy was flung at him and Alexander barely managed to dodge.
Rolling off the couch, he stood up and brushed himself off. "Damen you must get that temper of yours in check… so why were you kissing him? Curious as to how a human tastes?"
"You are a menace to Angel society. No, you're a menace to society in general and should be put down."
"Damen, that is cruel! I was only curious about you and that cute little human."
"I wanted to mess with him."
"Did it work?" Alexander inquired.
"Yes. The shocked look in his eyes will satisfy my love of teasing him for a few days at the very least."
Alexander laughed. "And you call me a bad angel?"
"You had an affair with three humans. How did you manage to still get your wings and I'm still stuck wingless?"
He shrugged. "Good luck, Damen?"
"Or the fact that the human ruined-"
"Oh, Damen please do shut up about it. I have heard your sob story enough now and have to agree with the human. You are a whiny bitch."
Damen's left eye twitched as a ball of energy started to form in his left hand.
That ball of energy ended up singeing the edge of his left wing.
"You shouldn't fling those around!"
"And you shouldn't open your damn mouth you idiot!"
The end result of the fight was the apartment severely destroyed and both angel's on the ground panting. "So truce?" Alexander asked.
"Fine but I won," Damen snorted.
"No, dear friend I think I did."
"Go back to paradise."
"Not until I drive you fucking crazy," Alexander grinned.
"Goal completed," Damen growled. "So leave you lazy excuse for an angel."
"I will once All my Children goes off the air. We can't get human stations up there you know and after September, the show is done."
"You're staying here for a stupid human soap opera?"
"Yes, Damen I am."
"I hope Erica Kane dies."
Alexander lunged at him. "You bastard!"