Dazzling lights shined all over the glorious city of Zeletic. A city of complete sin and gore. Everyone here believed in the essence of their own longings. Most lived in dreams while others cursed the world with hatred. It was in this city that he was betrayed. It was in this city he was killed.
Of course, I'm getting ahead of myself so I shall take the time to backtrack for you, my dear. Firstly, my name is Cole Desmond and it all started not too long ago….
Long green hair swayed in the poisoned air of Zeletic as a nineteen year old boy stepped out of a very new and expensive car. "Welcome back Mr. Desmond," greeted a small girl with short brown hair and matching eyes. His sharp coal eyes looked over the building in front of them with disdain. It was hundreds of feet tall and filled with noise and most likely violence, as was every building in this city was.
"I'm surprised there are no dead bodies lingering out here anymore, good work," he complimented the girl who smiled brightly in return. "We exist for your and Mrs. Desmond's pleasure," she inquired back giving the keys of the car to a valley. "Good," was Cole's only reply as he walked into the building that also had a giant brightly lit sign on it saying," Hell's Domain."
It was a perfect name for this place. People in all directions were sinning throughout the building; it would have made the Devil himself proud. Cole stayed unaffected of them all and continued to the top floor. All was in usual business after all. He had married a woman a year ago by the name of Claudia Dual, now Claudia Desmond. She was the only one he felt he could trust.
Claudia had stolen his heart when she had come here on a trip with some friends. Her innocence he believed made an angel in the city he had lived in his whole life. Bright blue eyes blinked when the door to the expensive room opened entering Cole. Those beautiful innocent eyes lured him into believing she would never betray him, would even take a bullet for him. How to believe such a thing in his experience was impossible.
Oh, if only he had thought more about it then. Her curly purple hair should have served a warning but then again the him then was a fool compared to now. Cole smiled to his wife receiving a bright one in return. "How was work today, Honey?" Claudia sang standing up from the couch she waited on in a short black satin dress and high luxurious heels. The green haired man truly loved her. "It was durable compared to most, Dear Claudia," he replied loosening his red tie from his business suit of black. "Did you fair well here by yourself today?"
Her blue eyes seemed to shift for a second, but the man did not notice and continued to sit on the now empty couch. "It was okay. I found a very interesting book in the back about flowers that grew in mountains nearby my hometown," Claudia told uninterested in herself as she leaned over her husband stealing a kiss from his very sensual lips. "I'm far more interested in what adventures my beloved husband has encountered out there instead."
Cole smiled warily to his wife. Oh, how curious she always was. After their marriage he had made sure to keep her safe and innocent for all he could. Being a rich man from perseverance, it still was hard to get her curious mind under control. "Well, if you insist, I happened to have quite the thief to deal with this morning," Cole mused trying to find a way to turn a gruesome story into a simple fairytale. "He tried to steal a million dollars from Jared's Casino." Claudia's mouth twitched. "Oh," she covered it up with. "Yes, he tried to hack the system and walk out with the cash, but because he had not known about a new security change, failed and was arrested," Mr. Desmond spoke leaning back into the couch with his wife now sitting in his lap. "It was very rewarding to know that my system had helped keep people safe and wealthy for another day."
Unknown to her husband, Claudia glared at her husband. She quickly covered it up before he looked back and smiled. "I love you," the greenette sang to her happily claiming another kiss. A sound rang from his pocket interrupting the peace and claiming the man's attention. Cole sighed hanging out from finding out about a bombing at another spot with his system. What was the point of owning a security business after all if there wasn't someone always trying to get back them. Black eyes looked back to the beautiful angel that seemed disappointed from his soon to be absentence.
"Don't worry, Angel, I will be back before it gets too late," Cole said to his wife, kissing her cheek before leaving off to work. "Take care," she whispered to him just as he closed the door and smiled to herself. "Not."
Once the business man made it back to the parking lot did Cole notice something off. No valley was even in eye distance. What the hell were they doing? Mr. Desmond was no fool. He took a route between cars and made sure to stay in spots snipers would have difficulty catching him. This wouldn't be the first attempt on his life and no doubt the last.
Ha, how foolish he was. Cole made it to his car safe and alive before he got in and turned on the ignition.