Phantom of the Opera
"You tricked me. All this time I believed you were an angel of music, but you are no angel at all."
Christine gazed at the dark figure in wonderment, doing nothing to disguise her intrigue in the woman before her. The Phantom neared Christine with two long strides and stood close enough to feel the warmth from her, and Christine was too entranced to back away.
The dark haired woman stared at Christine somberly, allowing herself to briefly graze her cheek with a single gloved finger. Oh, how beautiful the girl was, and how she called to the darker woman.
Once again, Christine did not shy away from her touch.
She only glanced at her Phantom, at the mask hiding part of her face and at the beautiful unhidden half as well, along with two fiercely green eyes that hypnotized her effortlessly.
Christine realized that everything about the Phantom was meant to lure her in, and the success of it made her dizzy.
"No Christine, you were always the angel. I am the wretch contented merely by being in your presence."
A retelling of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera, in which the Phantom is also a woman. (A faithful but relatively loose adaptation.)
It's GxG, if you don't like it don't read it.