My Foreign Love Presents is a compilation of different short stories about how love can conquer language barrier and cultural differences. 1. When Love Speaks Presents : Stranded On You (Liam Sanders a New Yorker, trying to revive his writing career and went on vacation in Siquijor Island Philippines hoping to come up with a good idea and inspiration for his article. He went through an accident and was stranded on the island and found unexpected love instead.
This novel revolves around Levi Smith. A medieval sixteen year old who, after a series of unfortunate events, gains an ability from an angel. The draw back is that this ability comes with a risk. This risk is that it can put Levi into a slumber that none know how long will last. When Levi does enter this sleep, he will sleep for 400 years before waking up in 2057. By then, Angel's and Demons are no longer a secret, and are actually the benefactors to humankind's evolution. He also finds out that Rachel, his Angel Master, had Fallen and converted her entire being into a 'System' in order to help Levi adjust to the new world, and prevent his loss of an Ability. ***I know there seems to be alot of these types of novels, but the simple fact is that this style of novel is extremely popular, so I humbly ask that you forgive this shameless Author, and support this novel!***
Ever since he was young, Loui Baijens has been living with his careless but loving father, Han Baijens, and his sick grandmother. When he turned 16 years old, his biological mother Jian Yamato remarried. Her new husband is a high-ranking military official, Wesley Haksel. Because of his mother's death, Wesley Haksel's son, Gavin Haksel, has been harboring a deep grudge towards his father. By the random hand of fate, the two step-brothers with wildly conflicting emotional backgrounds were placed in the same class at high school University, without knowing each other's background at first. With time, they slowly developed a special feeling toward one another. Their classmates, Feng Linden and Ian Mensing, had been instrumental in the relationship.
Deities, also known as the Mythological gods, exist. They bestow magical powers to promising mortals, called Gifted, as a form of entertainment. These magical powers are separated into colors that show in the Gifteds' eyes. Becoming Gifted started out as an unnatural phenomenon, where only 20% of the world's population had Gifts. Now, nearly 80% of the population have gifts. Most Gifted will only recieve between 1 and 10 deity gifts bestowed upon them. 1 to 3 being the most common. Those with more, will be recruited into guilds, independent from government. But, the case was different for Lewis Bright. He was abandoned by his parents at birth, and was thrown into foster care. He was in and out of foster homes with nowhere to belong. Lewis was always the quiet kid, avoiding the spotlight, never drawing attention. Until, he became Gifted. Becoming Gifted wasn't unnatural, it was expected of anyone who turned 16, but Lewis, upon turning 16, was not bestowed any gifts, or so everyone thought....
After being banished from her reality, Tricia the light goddess creates new life in a parallel world. A thousand years later these twin huntsman Corona and Nicholas goes from village to village protecting the weak and fighting the forces of evil not knowing evil is closer than they think. After the gruesome death of their uncle, they go out of their way to average his death finding out truths that were said to be forgotten with time.
"Her eyes settled back on the beetle. Now, there is no way of telling exactly what my cat had said to it, as I could not understand this eye speak that she exhibited, and can only run off of my faulty memory, but I believe it went something like this. "Did you hear Frank's speech the other day? Nonsense I say! Free health care, he must be out of his mind, where on earth could our society gather the amount of wealth for that sort of thing? Absurd, I tell you." And then my cat ate the beetle."
Summer has ended, and now students are dreading to go back to school. May Moreno - the imperfect, chubby protagonist that symbolises the epitome of insecurity - revamps her previous lifestyle in order to complete the strategic ambition of her's, but when a night's fun turns tragic and out-of-hand for her and her best friends, she's forced into a zone that she's never been in - the misery zone. May learns to lose and gain friends, but the biggest question in her head is: "Am I enough for those who want me?"