|C'est La Vie
Author: NinjaMagyk101 PM
Lilah is a perfectionist and a fighter; Angelique is a stubborn thief. This time she's gotten Lilah and herself into big trouble, having made them travel back to the time of the Civil War. When they meet their match can they survive the war that's trying to tear them apart from everything they've ever known? Cole/OC Frank/OCRated: Fiction T - English - Adventure/Humor - Chapters: 5 - Words: 3,527 - Updated: 01-24-13 - Published: 11-14-12 - id: 8703371
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"How did you talk me into coming here," a tall blonde girl, Lilah, asks her friend. The shorter, auburn-haired woman next to her has a smug look on her face.
"I blackmailed you, of course," the girl, Angelique, responds," now shut up and act like we're supposed to be here." Lilah's eyes widen with worry. Angelique is too much like her dad for Lilah's liking, breaking into places, stealing things—the only difference between her and Ian Howe is that fact she doesn't plan on killing anyone to get what she wants. That's right, Angelique Howe is the daughter of a genius thief, one who's now in a maximum facility prison.
"What are you talking about?" Angelique chuckles nervously, pushing Lilah and herself past some guards unseen. "Lia!"
"Well, it's kind of a V.I.P. type of thing." Lilah raises an eyebrow. "Just act like you belong, it's a lot like what my dad did….'Cept, we're not stealing anything, so I guess not." Lilah rolls her eyes and points a finger at her friend.
"If we get caught, I'm an innocent bystander you tricked into coming here."
"That's true though."
"Exactly." The two women walk toward the back of the expansive museum. "Where are we goin', the party's back there."
"Me gusta some mummies." Was the only response she was given. Angelique and Lilah travel down twisting hallways and eventually came to a dead end in what has to be the creepiest part of the museum; the only way they could go was through the old, wooden door in front of them or back the way they came. "This seems like a perfect place to keep King Tut stored."
"Honestly, Lia, you had to say that?" Angelique shrugs, forcing the door open. There's a bright flash and a loud noise before blackness consumed them….
(A/N): In case you're wondering, Ian Howe is the bad guy from National Treasure.