An amnesiac girl with powers tries to regain her memories without getting attacked by her past.
Most kids grow up in a family of some sort but Sparks doesn't have any family at all. She was created in a lab to be an electrokinetic super soldier for a bitter rich woman but the thing is, Sparks doesn't like that idea at all... even though she's not supposed to like or dislike anything let alone love some one. From the moment she survives the creation process onwards Sparks is different. She has feeling, a personality, the desire to get out of the labs, a desire to find a family and a want to live a normal life.
Problem is more than one person won't let her go. Pick anyone from the billionaire in charge to the scientists who made her to her possessive assigned boy friend to find some one that wants her in one place. In this tale of mad science, tasty toast crumbs and mild romance Sparks sets out to find out who she really is and where she's really from while trying not to loose the one person she cares about in the process... and in the end try not to get killed herself.
The glass shattered against the wall as a tall man ducked to the side, his black tuxedo ruffling a little from the movement. Red wine dripped down the side of the wall and bled all over the white concrete deck making the man wince. That was going to leave a stain for sure.
“How dare you come and tell me this news while I was celebrating.” The woman that had thrown the wine glass hissed, eyes flashing dangerously. “I’ve waited three years for this Jamerson, three years.” She exclaimed, throwing her hands up exasperatedly. She turned around, frustrated and she grasped the metal bar of the terrace as she took a few deep breaths to calm herself a little.
“We all have ma’am. They requested I tell you right away. The only scientist who knew why she worked so well was the one she er… killed on accident. It seems they’re effective in what they were made for.” The man replied, bending down to pick of a few of the bigger glass shards.
“Leave them… You can clean it up later once I’m done out here. You’re dismissed.” The woman waved him off, going back over to the glass balcony where she’d been standing and watching the city light up as the moon rose. A brisk air ruffled her hair and she took a deep breath, trying to calm her anger. This could ruin everything. “Just had to be the one who knew what was going on… Typical.” She muttered.
Rossa A. Parks had not started her life with a lot of money, a nice view or the ability to hire the top scientist to create a private super army. In fact she’d had to fight her way to the top by marrying a billionaire and then gain the rest of her power by an unfortunate accident involving a pool table. Hence the 20 story view overlooking the city from a private crystalline glass balcony. She wasn’t about to let some random escaped female project ruin that all for her.
“EF.3, hmm? Well my little electro… You can run all you want into the city but within a few weeks you’ll be found… Not a big setback at all.” She mumbled, reaching for her wine glass only to find empty air in her grasp until she remembered she’d thrown it. She growled and brushed some of her curly hair out of her eyes. She had to keep that temper in control already.
She shivered a little as another small breeze came up to her from the metropolitan and she rubbed her shoulders. Note to self, don’t wear party gowns up here during October with snow on the way. Rossa thought, deciding to go in and change into something warmer for the night. She turned back and looked at the city lights one more time.
“You can run little EF.3 but you can’t hide… They’re coming for you and you won’t know what hit you.” She smirked before closing the sliding door and heading to her private quarters for the night.