Author has written 9 stories for Percy Jackson and the Olympians, and Descendants, 2015.
Hello. Considering you’re here, it’d be safe to assume you’re one of popular opposite ends: one, you enjoyed my work so much you want more(highly unlikely) or two, you absolutely despised it and are here to critique my work in a PM(criticisms only please). Well regardless of your reason, welcome! I’m Reina, though I will prefer being called Rain. Some may remember me as Rachet, but the 5 a’s in my username since it’s such a popular username was such a pain to write. Anyways, give me a few moments to promote my own work:
The Same Place(Descendants)
“The Same Place” is a story based off of the song, “Missing You” by BTOB. If it weren’t obvious from the beginning, both “The Same Place” and “Missing You” are about feeling lost after a breakup. This story takes place three and a half years after the events of the first Descendants movie and a year after their tragic breakup. They meet again. Both are still stuck in the past, reminiscing their old memories together. They’re still at that same place, longing for each other to return, but bitter feelings stand in their way. Fanning into the flame that continued to burn brightly as a year passed would be too dangerous; extinguishing that flame would be the safe option. Torn between a decision that others would have easily made, Ben and Mal are stuck in that same empty place.Across the Hall(Percy Jackson the Olympians)
Due to all the requests I’ve received for me to continue with this, I have decided to bring this back. I do plan on rewriting this. I don’t have much in particular to say about this one. “Across the Hall” is an AU, set at a modern school. Annabeth is a teacher at Goode High School, a good one at that. Percy, a struggling teacher, comes in to sub for his cousin where he meets Annabeth, straight across the hall. He never intended to make her so angry; it just happened somehow. If he could, he’d argue that the Fates had something against him. But he wasn’t one to rely on destiny to decide his future or to justify his mistakes. But Annabeth, across the hall, did. It almost seemed as if everything about her contradicted every single thing about him.