Alexander didn't know what to do exactly to bring Sapphire back. But he was determined to do anything for her. He was burning constantly in regret.
Four months passed by. Alexander thought when he would get to meet her angel, talk to her looking at her eyes, even if it's for once.
"Mr. Rodriguez, after the therapeutic treatment of these months, I believe that Sapphire's condition developed a bit. She recovered from amnesia, both retrograde and psychogenic. That means all her memories are placed in the right order in the brain." Dr. Nethrabathi informed Alexander about Sapphire.
Alexander's eyes glistened with hope, a new felicity. He couldn't help but smile thinking that his angel was going to be alright.
Observing Alexander being infused with new hope, Dr. Nethrabati said, "But this good news came with a bad one. Her amnesia is gone, but her PTSD has taken a very critical form. As she remembers all her memories
Sapphire woke up with feeling a stinging pain in her hands and feet. She sat up and saw her arms and feet were bandaged. She wondered whoever tended her cuts and changed her dress. The last person she saw was Alexander. She tried to get down but couldn't, her one leg was chained to the bed. She looked at the surrounding, it was not her room. Alexander entered the room. "How are you feeling, angel? You really scared me." He said standing beside her bed. Sapphire didn't answer him. Alexander unchained her and sat beside her bed. Sapphire got down from bed only to fall miserably in exhaustion and weakness. Alexander held her before falling. Sapphire flinched at his touch. Alexander's heart clenched sensing her fear, stiffness around him. But Alexander didn't let her go this time. She had to win this fear for him. And it wouldn't be possible if he let
Alexander was in his study, working on his laptop. After a few hours, he decided to see Sapphire. He went to her room but she wasn't there. He walked to the garden, she wasn't there either. He asked a maid where Sapphire was. She replied she last saw Sapphire going to the library. Alexander stepped inside his huge library and found Sapphire was reading a book. He went near her and saw her reading a big scientific book. Sensing his presence, Sapphire looked at him. Alexander smiled at her but she didn't return it. "Do you like reading? I never knew you were fond of scientific books." He tried to start a conversation. Sapphire sighed but didn't reply instantly. It reminded her how much she liked to read scientific books. She was admitted into microbiology. But after Alexander took her forcefully, everything was over. Her dream of becoming a scientist was over too.
"It is alright. Go freshen up; I want to tell you something." Sapphire said to Alexander. "What do you want to say? Tell me now." He spoke. "No. First, go and freshen up." Sapphire suggested. "Okay, then come to my study after half an hour. I will be there." Alexander turned and left. Sapphire's POV:I wanted to ask him about when he would let me go. I couldn't stay here forever like a prisoner. I had a life of my own. He had to listen to me. I would make him listen to me. I had lost myself staying here; I wanted to get myself back. About an hour later I went to his study. I knocked but he didn't respond. I opened the door and what I saw scared me to the core. My eyes widened in shock, I was shaking. My knees felt weak and suddenly my throat went dry. Alexander was standing, holding a gun. Body of one person was lying on the floor. He shot another person in hi
Alexander's POV:Why did you spoil every possibility of love between us? I can't pull you near me even if I try, my memories recall those incidents. You have killed me and all my abilities to love someone in my life. You have scarred my mind and soul forever. When I listened to her saying those words, I felt like killing myself. My heart clenched painfully. Never in my life, had I regretted any of my doings, whether right or wrong. But what I had done to my angel was not only unforgivable; it was too painful for her. I was ashamed of myself. Even after many months, she couldn't get out of that incident. I was the worst kind of human being. How could I do that to her, my angel? If I could reverse the time, I would go back and start everything between us over. Which is never possible in reality. But I will change the reality with my love. If she hates me, then I will love her so much, so much that her hatred will t
He took her to his room and laid her on his bed. She fell asleep out of exhaustion and stress. Alexander sat beside her, observing her. Her tear-stained face, disheveled hair, dark circles under eyes were a clear indication that she was in pain inside. His heart painfully clenched at the thought of when she asked him to kill her. Living was way too painful for her. I know I am selfish, but I am in love. I can do everything for you; even die for you but I am not letting you go. I corrupted you and I will heal you. I have snatched your life but I will give everything back to you. He vowed. He took her hand and kissed her knuckles and then kissed her forehead. Just a mere touch of her smooth skin against his lip made him hungrier, wanting for more but he controlled himself. He quickly made leave from there. He entered the bathroom, took a shower and came out. He
Third Person's POV:She looked at him but didn't say anything. She weakly shook her head in negative and looked at another direction from Alexander. He cupped her face and softly made her look at him. "What's the matter? Tell me, angel." He told her. "Nothing at all. I am happy, really." She said, trying to smile but couldn't. Her smile didn't reach her eyes, she failed utterly. "I am happy." She whispered, a lone tear slipped from her eyes. Then it hit him that something was definitely wrong with her. He crinkled his eyebrows. He felt puzzled, why she was crying. Wasn't she a bit happy?! He wondered. "What's wrong, baby? Why are you crying then?" He softly asked, cupping her face, rubbing her shoulder. The sobs she was holding back, she burst into them. "Because, I miss him so much, badly. It hurts so much
Sapphire's POV:I felt so bored. I had nothing particular to do. I just got up, ate foods, pooped and slept and again repeated the damn process. I meant now it's too much. I was a girl who just turned 21; I wanted to do many things. Not just to sit and eat while caged in a mansion. Maids also didn't talk to me very much without necessity. Sometimes I felt suffocated, always alone. I got up and reached downstairs to have my breakfast. Alexander was gone early. He didn't even tell me yesterday. He was a selfish man. Really a selfish man. He wanted to have me all to himself, isolating me from the world. Couldn't he understand that I too felt bad, I too felt alone? Or God, is it you who always want to me stay alone? I wanted to talk to somebody. I had my breakfast and decided to peep inside the kitchen.
"Can't we stay here overnight? It's so beautiful." I whined Alexander chuckled. "If you really like this place, we can come here again. But not tonight. We don't have food or clothes." He told me. Pouting I returned with him. I didn't bother him anymore. He was busy with the laptop doing his works. I went to Twity and played with him. He was such a good dog. If I patted him, he would lick my hand. The next day, Alexander told me that someone important to me would come. He didn't say much and went to work quickly kissing me. I asked him but he just winked. I was reading a book about bacteria in the library when a maid came and told me that I had a guest. I went to the living room to see who could be this important guest. I didn't have any idea at all. I saw a girl was observing the rare wall paintings turning her back. <