Heaven Sent Part 1
Published May 18, 2010

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Well I finally have some time from my busyness to actually write this story I have had in my mind for a while. I admit I am still in love with my Sims 2 and haven't finished with it just yet. I hope to roll the parts out in the next week or two depending on how busy I am. Thank you for all your kind comments and so on. I really appreciate it. Love Katie x

Well I finally have some time from my busyness to actually write this story I have had in my mind for a while. I admit I am still in love with my Sims 2 and haven't finished with it just yet. I hope to roll the parts out in the next week or two depending on how busy I am. Thank you for all your kind comments and so on. I really appreciate it. Love Katie x Jackson Andre stood in silence outside the idyllic house and contemplated his own life.He'd ruined his own life and he only had himself to blame. Jackson had had everything at his finger tips but he’d been the cause of his own downfall into the pit of despair. He’d had no one he could trust or look to and let him know that he was heading on a downwards spiral. He didn’t realise it till he woke up in his mansion, alone, covered in his own vomit and in bed next to some young lady whose name he couldn’t even remember. This is what his life had become; an endless blur of parties, beautiful women and phoney friends. He’d tried to pretend his life had value but he knew deep down that none of these material things made him happy. He’d let the one woman who cared about him go and he’d had no qualms about breaking her heart because it didn’t look good for a lothario like him to be settled down. Especially not to a woman who was pregnant with his child. But Jackson hadn’t known that and had things been different he would’ve begged Georgia to stay and done all he could to keep her beautiful soul in his life. The decision to leave Georgia had haunted and troubled Jackson to the core. He’d try to block all thoughts of her out but she always came back to him and when by chance they met again she was all he wanted and he realised that. Except life never is really that simple. Jackson was foolish to think she hadn’t moved on and she had and Jasper was a great guy. A much better guy than he was. Jackson knew he had to fight for her and tried his damndest to have her back and his beautiful son Elliott. He wanted them to be a family but he couldn’t make Georgia choose him and in the end she didn’t. Seeing the woman he loved marry another man broke his heart but Jackson knew he’d grown up right there and then because he’d put the happiness of Georgia before his own. But that didn’t mean he wasn’t bitter about it. He ached and he’d never felt that way about any one or any woman. But he knew he had to forget her. So he did by meeting and dating as many women as he could to satisfy his need. He’d also tried to devote him time to his son but he wanted to prove to his son he could be a good role model like Jasper seemed to be. But who was he kidding? Jackson was a womaniser, a drunk and an arrogant actor who had no one who honestly cared for him. He wanted what Jasper and Georgia and Toby had- a family. He was part of their family but he didn’t feel worthy of it. All the money in the world, all the women, all the alcohol could not make Jackson loathe himself any less. Jackson was on the pit of despair and then he got thrown a lifeline he so desperately needed. And here he was. Soon it grew dark, as the sun set during his moments alone with his thoughts. He couldn't bring himself in to enter the house.

This made no sense given how he'd jumped at the chance to get away. A period of time a place where no one would know his name or care who he was. Where there were no female temptresses or bars on every street corner. A place where he could contemplate his life and work out how he could make his son proud of him. No luxuries but only the basics and the great outdoors to occupy him. He took the opportunity and packed his bags. But why was he so nervous?
The house was exactly at he’d pictured it to be. Small, quaint and secluded. It would be perfect. The old lady he’d spoken to on the phone had been quite friendly about allowing him to stay at the house for a few weeks, months who knows and she’d offered a bargain price. It cost less than rent for one of the studio flats he owned. A few moments later he was greeted by the old lady on the phone. She enveloped Jackson in a warm hug before he even had a chance to speak. He'd dread ringing the doorbell and was relieved his nerves were removed by the old lady's hug. “Hello Mr Andre, my name is Mary Phillips, welcome to your new home,” she smiled softly and invited Jackson inside. Jackson followed her and took in the first few glances of his new “home” and was surprised at how welcoming the place was. It made him feel out of place. “This is a nice place you have here,” Jackson kindly replied feeling embarassed. “I do take pride in my homes, “ Mary smiled, “Well make yourself at home, I expect it’s being a long journey and you’re very tired. I will have someone drop by your groceries from the local store later. If you need me I have left my contact details on the side and don’t hesitate to call me.” “Thank you,” Jackson answered, “You’re very kind. Take care.” Mary said her goodbyes and headed out the door. Jackson placed his suitcase on the floor and decided it was probably worth a look around his new home. Jackson walked around the house in a matter of minutes. The whole house was smaller than his studio flats. This was going to be a culture shock but that’s what he needed. Fair enough he didn’t have a television with more than 5 channels, a Jacuzzi or a bar in his front room but it was all those things that he wanted to forget the pleasures of. And at least there were no beautiful women around to tempt him. Jackson found his room and unpacked some of his things. He laid on the homely double bed, tired from his journey and was asleep in a matter of moments. Hours later a sound from the kitchen disturbed him. He sat up and rubbed his tired eyes and ruffled his messy hair whilst changing his dirty clothes. He headed towards the doorway and saw a rush of blonde in the kitchen. A tall, slim blonde. So this was the someone who was dropping off the groceries. Little did Jackson know but Angel Riley was Mary Riley's only daughter. Angel lived in the house when she wasn't busy travelling the world and studying for her creative writing course. She was also a gentle and beautiful soul who loved nothing more than helping others and seeing the best in people. She was the kind of woman Jackson loathed, however, she had the beauty of many women he'd bedded. But little did Jackson know, Angel wasn't just a pretty face. She was smart, passionate and not easily seduced. She'd jumped at the chance to meet her new housemate and figured he'd had a long day so she'd cook for him. Her mother had told her he was a famous celebrity but Angel had honestly never heard of him. Angel hummed to herself as she cooked for her new housemate. She loved cooking and was excited at the new visitor. She realised she'd woken up Jackson and smiled to herself as she felt him behind her.

"Hi. I'm just getting the food on. Go take a seat in the dining room. My mother will be here in a moment."
Moments later Angel Riley entered the dining room, a bowl of mac and cheese in her hands. She prepared the table with the food and made eye contact with Jackson. Her beauty astounded Jackson. He'd been with many women but she was by far the most beautiful he'd ever seen. Long blonde hair, a well toned figure and emerald green eyes he could get lost in. He caught his breath for a moment and realised he was staring at her. She smiled and introduced herself,

"I'm Angel." Oh the irony, Jackson thought. She truly looked like an angel.
"Jackson," he replied shaking her hand.
She sat down near him and her mother arrived moments after. They sat down to eat.

"So how do you like the place?" Angel asked smiling.

"It's lovely," Jackson replied honestly.

"Good," Angel smiled, "Mother was worried it wouldn't meet up to your celebrity lifestyle." She was honest, Jackson liked that. He couldn't take his eyes off her and here he was trying to battle his demons. Man she was going to tempt him.

They spent the next few hours talking. Jackson spoke of his celebrity lifestyle, of his son Toby and some of his movies. Angel seemed uninterested when he spoke of his films but Mary seemed intruiged.

"I am afraid I have never seen a film of yours," Angel admitted. Jackson was shocked. How could she not have seen his movies?

"That's ok," Jackson lied, "They're not that interesting." He didn't know what to say after that. He didn't seem to like the same things as her and he found her hard to make conversation with.
He excused himself and headed to bed. All night he thought of Angel and cursed himself for being attracted to her. He dreamt of her all night. The next day he woke up to find no trace of Angel in house and tried his best to keep busy. There was nothing to do and he slowly found himself giving into temptation... A quick phone call and she was there. One of the many women that had entered his bed and at least she would provide a welcome distraction.

It was day one and Jackson was already going backwards and fast.

End of part 1

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#1barbara93May 19, 2010

nice story...can't wait to see more...\:\))

#2kamilka257May 19, 2010

what an ending \:P I hope it's not an actual ending though \;\))

#3martoeleMay 20, 2010

He's quite a character! \:\)

#4melaniecoxMay 20, 2010

Good start, I am looking forwards to reading part 2

#5MangioMay 20, 2010

great intro on Jackson, lets hope he can get his life back on track and not be the typical guy \;\) \:wub\: cant wait for more

#6dizzydianaMay 24, 2010

can't wait to read more! \:D

#7Sussie.MiaMay 24, 2010

Nice story! I am looking forwards to the next part!\:\)

#8Jennifer_RJun 2, 2010

That was a fantastic start! You have introduced all the characters really well. \:rah\: Poor Jackson he cannot resist a beautiful woman, even for one day. lol I thought it was funny that Angel hadn't seen any of his movies. hahaha. Off to read part 2.... \:\)  

#9TanyellaFeb 15, 2011

is tis sought of like jackson's side of the story for Before The Storm

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