Angel: The Beginning
"Angel: The Beginning (An Angel Story)" written by Max
Sexual exploration and dark discoveries.
Angel fuels Tom's passions and his rage. If there is a single opiate Tom cannot set aside - it is Angel. Their recurring encounters, along with the epic lengths he goes to shape Angel to be a source of strength for him to rely upon, define the width of her pelvis and determine modifications of her flesh. Even when Angel is apart from Tom, even when she hides from his enraged alter ego Ronin, her sex is what they have shaped together. Angel is Tom's muse, his success, and his failures. She is the youthful petite graceful dancer with her shuffling two step, and the older and wiser woman who rails at her sexual nature while giving in to her lusty needs for a price. Her role reaches backward and forward within Tom's existence, and his frustration comes from not knowing why.
Angel spent a long time with Tom, and their relationship spanned more than a couple of decades. It begins innocently enough, just an angry aggressive guy meeting a dysfunctional and uneasy girl. And then the bit about her forgetting to mention the fiancé she lives with, and him leaving out exactly how much he prefers his women stretched, opened, and stuffed with toys... It just goes on and on from there. Mix in a bit of resentment, the sort of anger that makes you do things you never would wish on a stranger never mind your lover, breakups that never achieve escape velocity, and the whole time there’s this insanely intense sexual connection between Tom and Angel that never goes away. It’s as if they are two of a kind, even if they don’t want to be.
Some boundaries are fixed, but Alexi & Andrea know Angel exists in the peripher. Alexi's compassion and Andrea's dark understanding means they must accept that Tom is doing his best to protect everyone no matter what taboo depravity he enables Angel to pursue.
Jennifer mistakenly sough Angel's advice in a moment of self-doubt and desire to please Tom. The glass shards of Angel's icy resentment helped drive her to extremes that cost her everything.
Always suspect of Angel's motivations, Alice welcomed her company to soothe Ronin's desires, but was just as happy to see the distressed woman take her leave. The wounds Angel left served to make the wulf hunger for more, so that was an acceptable basis for compromise.
She knew Angel before Tom did, but Jenny didn't interfere in the careening course of their passionate relationship. So long as Tom was too distracted to take notice, Jenny enjoyed coming and going as she pleased.
The darkness has always kept company with fallen angels.
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