A/N: So I know I have a lot of stories going on, but this is one, that I really hope you will enjoy. It's called Angelica Diabolus and that's Latin for Demon Angels. I realize that is a very contraversy title. And quite dark, but that's the way I want the characters to be viewed.
Rachel and Santana are two of my favorite characters. This idea's been used before meaning I'm also giving it a shot. Both of these girls are in a gang, the same gang. They've met a few of the glee club. They're friends with some of them and they'll be meeting the rest through out the story. Quinn and Brittany are really well known throughout Ohio, and are new to McKinley. They're the Pierce/Fabray family. They butt heads with Rachel and Santana, but somehow they fall in love. This story follows them through the struggle they meet.
Santana Lopez was a scary teenager.
She was the gang leader of the Angeles Del Demonio.
Santana Lopez was someone you didn't mess with.
Rachel Corcoran was Santana Lopez's best friend.
She was the second in command to the most violent gang in Lima Heights Adjacent.
You didn't get on Rachel Corcoran's bad side.
They were powerful and cold blooded.
Their families were rich and maintained a reputation.
Shelby Corcoran, Rachel's mother was a lawyer. She brought the food for the table.
Jorge Lopez was a medic. He managed the house.
Their parents worked all the time. They were never home.
Santana and Rachel lived alone.
Their house was big, but vandalized.
They grew up without anyone except each other.
They were practically siblings.
They weren't girls to be taken lightly.
They were fierce, passionate, vicious, cunning, and daring.
They had relationships and connections.
They had rivals and fights.
They were girls from the wrong crowd.
They were dangerous.
"Santana," Rachel stated.
Turning to look at her sister from the wheel of their car she nodded her head.
"Con quienes vamos a cerrar el trato?"
"Con un tipo que insiste en llamarlo Puck."
"Puck?" Rachel laughed.
"Si, es bastante tonto. Pero quiere hacer el cambio. Entonces le vamos a vender el alcohol y él nos va a asegurar un lugar bueno en los departamentos de Nueva York o en California."
"Como lo confiamos?"
"Nos lo va a mostrar. Además se lo vamos a estar comprando a los Fabrays. Y ellos son unos ricos putos." Santana said.
"Bueno y este Puck esta guapo?" Rachel asked jokingly. "Porque si no, haber si vale la pena."
Santana laughed at her sister. They had a great relationship. They got each other. And even though they weren't actual relatives by blood, they were always linked.
Santana had dark brown hair almost black. Her brown eyes were darker than Rachel's. She normally kept it in a tight ponytail. Her clothes consisted of tight jeans and loose shirts. Rachel's hair was a lighter brown, her eyes a light brown. Her hair was always down; she wore skirts and tight shirts.
They attended McKinley High School and would for their last year, this year, their senior year.
In a few months they'd be out of the stupid state. In either New York or California depending where they would land.
But first they had to close this deal with the Fabray and this guy named Puck.
"Con quienes vamos a cerrar el trato?"/Who are we closing the deal with?
"Con un tipo que insiste en llamarlo Puck."/ With this guy who insists that I call him, Puck.
"Puck?" Rachel laughed.
"Si, es bastante tonto. Pero quiere hacer el cambio. Entonces le vamos a vender el alcohol y él nos va a asegurar un lugar bueno en los departamentos de Nueva York o en California."/ Yeah, he's pretty dumb. But he wants to trade. So we're going to supply his alcohol in turn he's going to help us find apartments in New York and California.
"Como lo confiamos?"/ How can we trust him?
"Nos lo va a mostrar. Además se lo vamos a estar comprando a los Fabrays. Y ellos son unos ricos putos." Santana said./He's going to show them to us. Anyway we're buying it from the Fabrays. And their rich bastards.
"Bueno y este Puck esta guapo?" Rachel asked jokingly. "Porque si no, haber si vale la pena."/ Alright and is this Puck cute, because if he's not, is he worth it.