Killer Love

Ben Yin suspected something was a little off when his

ruthless mother tried to kill when he was just six years old. Nevertheless, he lived a relatively normal life, among other humans. Ben, however kept his guard up the mother who loved him, betrayed him. Ben sometimes recalls the moment where he was sitting at a table, when his mom started yelling and grabbed the kitchen knife. She came down with a jab to Ben’s shoulder a pain will never leave his memory.
It wasn’t until he bumped into the devilishly sweet serpent, Vel Galore, that his life finally began to make changes. Vel gave him the love and treatment that he always yearned for but never got. He always got beaten or nearly killed.

“Why must this serpent sent love in me?”

“It’s love so pure, but is it true”
However, Vel proved to be condescending and seemed to have an unhealthy obsession with Ben. Ben soon learnt that Vel had taken an oath never to fall in love with a human being. Therefore, Vel became enraged that she and Ben would never be together. She takes it upon herself to start an apocalyptic war. Her and the serpents of the underworld began to attack the human population. The skies were red as blood, and the serpents were amused.
When Ben’s ruthless mother is injured in an apocalyptic accident, Ben realises his own life is at risk.He now knows he must fight off Vel because she is the starter of war.
Despite Vel’s inherent evilness and dangerous sword, Ben finds his inner courage to defeat the serpent. Only fate will decided whether he kills the serpent or the serpent kills him. He knows this fight might cost him his life, but Ben is not settling for Vel’s madness. One night, a god appears before Ben and warns him of a darkness within Vel. The god gives Ben the giant sword, the only weapon that can defeat a sweet, deceitful serpent.
Will Ben find it in himself to kill the only creature who has ever made him feel truly loved?



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