By: Cynthia Ayala
Adaline was born on the New Year in the 1920’s. She married, had a daughter and lost her husband in a terrible accident along the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. And one night, as she was driving to her parents house, where they were watching her daughter, she got into an accident on the cold and snowy night and died for exactly two minutes until lighting struck her car, jarring her back to life. Since then, Adaline hasn’t aged and has lived a life on the run from everything and everyone.
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