Title: Into the Fold
Characters: Taylor Hanson, Jessica Hanson, OCs
POV: Liv Weston
Warnings: language, violence and horror
Liv Weston dreams of something other than her everyday life she once loved so much. When the news exposes a long kept secret by the government gone out of control her world is turned upside down. Not even all the books Liv read could pull her out of the mess she wanted nothing to do with. A news photographer approaches her seeking a cure to the epidemic spreading around the world. Deep down Liv knows Taylor isn't all that he seems to be.
There's always a threat against the world. Since the dawn of time there have been wars.
And the cause of wars?
Religion, land and politics.
But the world hung by a tiny thread against a threat completely unimaginable. The root of the problem began with war. Growing up I had always been intrigued by novels involving the upper echelon such as the FBI and CIA. Each page was turned with eager anticipation, my mind filled with wonder and intrigue. Being foolishly young I wondered what it would be like to survive the things the men and women on the pages managed to survive. There was a certain air to the cloak and dagger events occurring in the novels. The lying, spying, growth and struggle to survive. At times I wished my life was nearly as interesting as the characters I read about. Instead I grew up and realized I was not meant to struggle to survive. I took the route deep in my heart and continued to go to all of the science fairs to compete. Educational career wasn't too interesting. It wasn't speckled with the teasing from other students for being a nerd. I kept to my close friends who had more in common with me, didn't let the rest of the school ignoring me bother me.
College was a wonderland. At Harvard the students were serious, came there to seriously learn. True enough, there the typical keg parties and I avoided them like the plague. Four years later I gradated with a master's degree of biochemistry. My heart led me to work at St. Ann's Cancer Research Society. The first year was exciting enough, but I began to feel a lull set in slowly. The novels I read as a teenager were picked back up again. In my spare time I went back to reading about fictional threats to the world, not knowing reality would receive a strong blow....