Well, have you ever heard of Yu-Gi-Oh? It's mainly about that, but it's based on a romance between me and Bakura, a kind of 'Forbidden Love', if you will. The story is known as Night of the Duel. And yes, in this story, I'm an adult woman, twenty-three, who is forbidden to love my evil boyfriend, the Spirit of the Ring, Bakura, who had mysteriously came back to Domino City to return to me. Instead of Yami being his rival, my Dad, who's known as Benjamin Knight, is his brand new enemy, as well as my mom, Laura, because they're both trying to keep him and I apart. But, our love grows very, VERY strong for one another. Also, there's this history thing that involves him and I that's so terrible, but it manages to bring us back together again as a couple, when I accept his apology. Not only that, but the story is also a love triangle with my ex-boyfriend, Del Carver, who looks like Marik Ishtar, who lives in Whale Island, but is taking a visit in Domino City, while trying to win my love back in the process. It has a Dawn of the Duel remake, but not with The Pharaoh and the other characters this time. Instead, that will be focusing on my made up characters along with Bakura and Del himself, including me. Yes, I do play as myself in the story. And Bakura wears his long black and sexy trench coat with his Millennium Ring, just like he had done in Dawn of the Duel. I will also let you know that the story ends with a happy ending. It's a story, but it's in MOVIE FORMAT. Think of the story when you go to the movies and watch your favorite movie on the big screen. That's how I like making my stories into movies because it's WAAAAAY FUNNER. Oh, and there will be a sexual theme in there as well, but NOT UNTIL THE DAWN OF THE DUEL remake. There will also be a Duelist Kingdom and Dungeon Dice Monsters remake. And half of the ending is going to be SAD!
Oh, and thank you! Right now, I have 4,659 views. Geez, I never knew how many people are attracted to reading my Night of the Duel story! Let's see...it usually takes me a couple of hours to write a whole chapter in a paragraph.