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Juliet is the daughter of a college professor, a deceased professor now. Buried under the bills and debts she is drowning and seeking an escape. She finds it in the man on her doorstep. Or should she say Jackal shape shifter, Zarek has the answer to her problems, she isnt meant to remain in the human world. She is the missing daughter of Anubis. The Peace Keeper. Unable to fight her desire for escape she returns to Egypt with him. To find it all true. She is Aishe illegitimate daughter of Anubis and Isis. View table of contents...


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Submitted:Feb 27, 2012    Reads: 179    Comments: 5    Likes: 2   

He had to admit, in all his long life, he'd never met anyone quite like the trio that had claimed him from his former master Set. Typhon was a dangerous, violent, assasin, his might and deeds were feared by all the gods. But in the wake of the tiny woman who led them through the opulant palace of Anubis he found himself ensnared by her power and beauty. She had met his turbulent mind and eased his fury, she was something else, something that needed to be protected. And if Osiris and Horus came for her he'd ensure they fell to his blade. They entered a room that belonged to her, and she waved everyone in, Zarek and Cain he knew of, but they had never truely met before. Typhon had recieved an order for their heads a long time ago, but because it came from Osiris he ignored it.

"Hello, I'm Juliet." She spoke, and flopped into a chair, her clothes shifting to jeans and a t-shirt. She was odd Typhon had to admit; but it was a good odd. "This is Zarek and Cain, they are my gaurds and caretakers. But even I have to admit my supossed brother and step father want me dead."

Typhon felt rage move through him, he narrowed his gaze and her two gaurds watched him warily. "None will harm you so long as I serve you." Typhon vowed.

"See I told you Set has the best warriors." Cain smirked. "And Typhons the most powerful one Set has."

"Had." Zarek said and looked at Typhon. "I can trust you wont betray us?"

"Her slave band circles my flesh, so long as she wills it I am her servent." Typhon said, Juliet narrowed her eyes.

"Take the bandages off, here I am who I am, those that are mine can be as well." She said, he blinked as fear sank through him, no one liked to see the ruin that was his face. She had touched him and not shied away, but what about now that she wasnt with an audience of gods? He lifted a hand and pulled the bandages down freeing his faceform their confines. She smiled warmly, and that burned inside him. Zarek and Cain took in his scars and nodded then sat as well. Typhon felt his heart swell for once in his life, he hadnt been the object of discussion, nor was anyone afraid of him.

Juliet waved her hand and he sat across from her. "Now, lets discuss the rules." She smiled and pulled her hair back. "I'm not that good with my powers, so I've been faking it most of the time." She smiled again and laughed. "So I'm leaving it to you guys to act along with me when we meet the other gods."

"No problem." Cain said. His white blond hair slid as he nodded.

"Then, there comes Isis." Juliet sighed." I dont know if I'm ready for that yet."

"You dont have to see her if you arent ready." Zarek huffed.

"And her husband and son?" Juliet asked.

"Leave them to me." Typhon growled."They wouldnt dare coem after you with me at your side."

"Good, now; no one bothers me while I'm alone in my room, If I want you you can come in." She said and looked at Typhon meaningfully, then she smiled slowly. "I'll leave the security up to you three."

"Easily done." Zarek said and looked at Typhon.

"I can watch whatever you want me to." Typhon said.

"Then its settled, I'm going to clean up." Juliet smiled. "Dont kill each other and no peeking."

She hobbled off as Cain snorted, "I'm gonna peek." He laughed. Zarek growled at Cain, then lunged.

"Want to die?" He growled as they tussled on the floor then started laughing. Typhon was amused by them, at the easy exchange, would being here bring him the same relief? He wondered what bein their newest edition would mean.


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