They say that the Devil is not capable of love. That she is the epitome of all that is evil and corrupt. Well, those people are wrong. The Devil is capable of love. Just ask Adam.
It was back in the good old days where everything is sunshine and rainbows. Lucy, or Samantha as she was known, was God’s Lightbringer and Right Hand. She is responsible for lighting the stars and trained with her brothers and sisters to become a skilled warrior. Yet as much as she relished in the normalcies of routine, she craves excitement and the freedom to do whatever she wanted. When she heard that her Father had created the first humans, she had to go see for herself.
One day, after she trained with Amara, she snuck into the Garden and hid behind the trunk of the apple tree that Dad had planted. Samantha poked her head out from behind the tree, observing the two humans that walked about in the luscious paradise. Adam was telling his wife Eve something and she smiled up at him, seemingly agreeing with whatever he had said. Samantha watched the couple for a moment longer until a voice almost made her jump out of her skin.
“Samantha, what are you doing in the Garden?” Ramael asked, raising a perfectly formed eyebrow at his younger sister. The Lightbringer smiled sheepishly at her brother and said, “Well I heard that Dad had created these humans and I just wanted to see what they were like is all.” The dark-skinned angel didn’t seem to believe what his sister is telling him but decided to anyway lest they cause a scene. “Okay, now that your curiosity has been satisfied, Father would like to speak with you.” Samantha nodded and Ramael took off toward the west side of the Silver City.
Later that night, Samantha snuck back into the Garden, this time heading for the large lake. The angel flew up and did a loop in mid-air before diving headfirst into the water. She then emerged from the depths like a mermaid coming to the surface, not knowing that she was being watched. A gasp alerted her, causing her to turn her head toward the source. There, standing at the edge of the lake is Adam. Samantha had never seen such a fine specimen and she felt a strong pull that gravitated her to him. The angel swam toward shore and got out of the water, not caring that she is soaking wet. Adam stared at her perfect figure, his arousal clearly evident.
Samantha noticed his reaction to her and smirked. “Do you like what you see?” She asked, her voice dropping to a seductive purr. Adam could do nothing but nod as the Lightbringer peeled off her wet robe and made her way to him. She then put her lips on his and the two made passionate love underneath the stars that she created. As they laid in the afterglow, Samantha breathed out: “I think that I am in love with you.”