The Age of Forever | ✓

The Age of Forever | ✓

100K Reads 4.7K Votes 23 Part Story
= By sayhellokk Completed

Adele Mason and Harold Bryon have escaped the wrath of aging and have stayed in their young years for reasons unknown to man. Although they have never officially met, the spark to their never ending life was the same night, the same hour, the same second.

They both moved from state to state often, keeping themselves unattached and making sure no one suspected of their dark secret.

Ultimately, in a turn of events, the two end up in the same city, in the same building, in the same elevator at the same time.

The devastation of the elevator stopping abruptly in the middle of a system glitch causes the two's path to engage in a way that'll possibly change both their lives forever.

---INSPIRED BY THE AGE OF ADALINE---

  • adele
  • age
  • chicklit
  • complete
  • completed
  • decades
  • feature
  • featured
  • forever
  • love
  • man
  • romance
  • shortstory
  • thinkfiction
  • trailblazers
  • wattys2016
ms_aasthamishra ms_aasthamishra Dec 15, 2017
This is an intriguing story. I'm really looking forward to read it. I love it so far 😊
MadameLasagna MadameLasagna Dec 28, 2017
How come the best books on Wattpad (unique and well-written) have only thousands of reads while the worst books (cliché/unoriginal and poorly written) have millions of reads? I just don’t get it!
Roseedia Roseedia Nov 02, 2017
Harold: I mean okay but I Kinda liked elle better. So anways, (in italics>) Whatever You Like  (<Italics end), what's your favorite color?
Smartegia Smartegia Apr 14, 2017
Is this a fanfiction or is this your own work? Because I really can't tell.
EliesaL EliesaL Apr 17, 2016
I'm very intrigued. Such a clever plot and beautiful descriptions.
maybethea maybethea Mar 29, 2016
You spelt *prologue wrong. 
                              
                              I'd assume that this is the set up for the rest of the novel, and it works. It's very similar to the opening scene of The Age of Adaline, which, I'd assume is where the inspiration for this came from. 
                              
                              It's really well written! Good job!