Viper : Enemy of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Viper : Enemy of S.H.I.E.L.D.

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Maddie By purpleshadow14 Updated Jun 20

Jade Leiton is an orphan with too much baggage. As an adult she had taken to a life of crime, becoming the criminal known as Viper. When stealing a rare diamond for Simon Decker,  she attracts the attention of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Earths Mightiest Hero's, the Avengers. After being captured by the team of superheros, she reconnects with an old friend and thinks about changing her ways. Jade didn't want this life, but after being a French slave and homeless for so many years what choice did she have but to run? Run, and hide from whatever the world can throw at her. When Jade puts on her mask and suit and becomes Viper she is a ruthless character who plans on completing her mission, one way or another. Jade stumbles upon her past in the process of all this and is caught in a cross roads. Does she continue being Viper, or take the chance S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Avengers give her?

I do not own anything Marvel, just the plot, and my characters.

  • adventure
  • avengers
  • blackwidow
  • brucebanner
  • captainamerica
  • fantastic
  • fantasticfour
  • four
  • hawkeye
  • ironman
  • marvel
  • shield
  • spiderman
  • thor
This reminds me of arrow 2.0 after he decided to stop murdering people left and right
Sorry to pick out something like this but you’ve written the national museum of natural stories. Cus in French l’histoire means the story, d’histoire basically means of story. I think. Idk I’ll have to double check
Isn't the cover Felicity Smoke from Arrow on ABC/Sky1 depending on where you're from
-_Queen_of_Hearts_- -_Queen_of_Hearts_- Jun 16, 2016
When I see this I just imagine a small cute pink diamond screaming its head off because she ran her fingernails over it.
YoungKillers YoungKillers Dec 04, 2015
There is at of I. "I do this" "I do that" " I listen" " I leap". As an author you can't have that. You should have an editor like other big watt pad users to check for mistakes. To many I's make the reader lose interest. I lost interest.
CSP2708 CSP2708 Nov 02, 2015
It should be "I scratched my metal-tipped nail over the diamond." That would make more sense.