|A Rose of Clarity: A 'Phantom' Story
Author: VolturiQueen1993 PM
Isabella Battelli is a ballet chrous girl who is the object of affection and obession of the vampire Aro. Set in 1845 and is in the style of the "Phantom of the Opera".Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Drama - Edward & Bella - Chapters: 17 - Words: 10,232 - Reviews: 17 - Favs: 9 - Follows: 5 - Updated: 02-04-11 - Published: 12-17-10 - Status: Complete - id: 6563611
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This is a story plot that I had come up with. It is like a Aro & Bella and Edward & Bella pairing but different characters take Bella and Edward's place. This story is done in the style of The Phantom of the Opera. Note: Edward and Bella are in the modern segments of this story. This story is in Omniscient perspective.
It was a fall day as a car pulled up at the front of an old opera house. The occupants were a couple that seemed to be newlyweds. The couple got out of the car and started heading in the opera house.
The woman had long brown hair and golden eyes. The man had bronze hair and had the same golden eyes.
As they entered the opera house, a auction was taking place. The woman walked nervously and her husband said, "Bella, it will be fine". Bella looked at him and said " Thanks, Edward".
Edward and Bella entered the old auditorium.
"Lot 664, ladies and gentleman, a poster for the 1854 production of Romeo and Juliet by Giachetti," said the auctioneer. "showing here", said a displayer.
The Auctioneer said again, responding to the bids , "15. 45. 80. Going once, going twice. Sold for 80 Euros to signor Guidotti.". "Thank you, sir", responded the gentleman.
"Lot 665, ladies and gentleman", continued the auctioneer, "A paper mache music box, in the shape of a of a barrel organ. Attached, the figure of a monkey in Persian robes playing the cymbals. This item discovered in the vaults of the theater. Still in good condition". "Showing here", said the displayer and then the music box played a tune that Bella recognized, the masquerade tune from the musical The Phantom of the Opera. "14. 15.70. and 75?", the auctioneer continued. "Selling at 70 Euros then. 70 once, 70 twice. Sold for 70 Euros to signor Cullen. Thank you sir".
After Bella and Edward received the music box, The auctioneer continued. " Lot 666 then. A chandelier in pieces. We are told ladies and gentlemen, that this chandelier was figured in the great 1846 disaster. Workshops have repaired it and wired parts of it with electricity. Gentlemen".
The chandelier lit up and was being lifted into the ceiling.
This may be similar to the Phantom of the Opera opening scene but I did this on purpose to give this story Phantom of the Opera flavor.