Sapphire "Hey, what the fuck-" Brett tried to intervene but I caught him mid-sentence and didn’t let him finish. "No!" I widened my eyes in anger. “Don’t you fucking dare to defend him.” "Sapphire, come on!" Brett tried. Yea, the hell I will to listen to him. Temporarily distracted by Brett, I forgot to see what Sean was up to. Hence, when I felt my legs move, I was completely caught off guard. "What are-" I was cut mid-sentence when Sean did the unexpected. He bent down and effortlessly threw me over his shoulder like I weighed nothing more than a feather. My eyes widened in horror and my hands subconsciously fisted. “What are you doing? Put me down this instant!" "I won't until you stop punching my back." Sean grumbled. "Hey!" Nina protested "Where are you taking her-" I couldn't hear what she said after that because we were already going away from them. I never stopped punching his back and he remained unaffected. "Seriously Pretty girl, that's not going to help you."
By the end of the day, I prayed to God to not let me into any more trouble. I have had enough dose for today when multiple things ended up happening with me. When I returned back to where my friends were waiting, I left Sean back hanging with a smirk still persistent on his face. After I spoke to Nina, it was established that she was going to drop me home. The first thing that went abnormal was that we had another passenger with us. And that was Brett. Brett liked the idea of carpool and tried it with Sean this morning. Poor guy, if only he knew he could trust the world but not Sean. "He left me." He said in disbelief, with a dramatic gasp escaping his lips. "He left me alone." I could just do so much as roll my eyes at him and throw him a glance of disapproval. That, wasn't the complete reason why he's travelling with us. When he said he had no one to ask for a ride, Nina immediately offered that she could drive him home. "I'm getting not one, but two girls to ride back home
Sean I walked into the drive inn and rummaged through my pocket to find my mobile. When my fingers reached the firm ends of my iPhone, I pulled it and held it out before my eyes. I placed my thumb for the finger print verification, and when the screen unlocked, I opened my f******k to look for the prey I was going to hunt. I had a faint memory of meeting him once or twice in of the parties that I threw and he appeared to be quite familiar. Acquaintance or not, I was not going to spare anyone that messed with me. I saw him in this location here and found him in this drive inn in the far end of the town, where most of the crimes happen. Not an issue for me, my crime's covered. I don't need one, but it's rather absurd to have a bruised up man walk over an old grandma and beg for help. I clicked for his photo to get the image of his in my mind. I tossed the phone back into my pocket and began searching through the drive inn. The drive inn is pretty famous for its a bar. We haven't got
Sean I picked my phone up from the other seat and smiled while I looked at the screen. I answered the call and put the device against my ear. "What were you even thinking? Do you take me for a fool? You are not going to come home. That's it. I won't let you. And if you are already around our street, then sorry to inform you, we don't have any food to offer you. Until next time. But you are not coming here. Not even in my dreams. Nor in your-" "Sapphire, Breathe." "I am-" "Your sister seemed rather too excited to have me join you." "Yeah, she has this hospitality for dogs. She seriously adopted a dozen of them-" "Did you just say I am a-" "Dog? Yes." "You don't know who you're messing with, kitten." "Honestly, I am sick of your endearments. And if you intended to intimidate me, then sorry, I am not worried about what you're capable of." "You know what I am capable of, pretty girl. You know I am coming over tonight, right? I can do anything." "And you thought I'd let you do t
"Sapphire, I thought this will make things easy for both of us. I thought... maybe you'd at least... talk to me. What do you want me to do? What do all those guys in the school have that I don't, to get at least a genuine smile from you?" His voice was low as if he was in pain. He looked sad and disheartened. It's been fun all this while but I think the conversation had taken a leap. I could see that he was being serious. His words tugged at my heart. A foreign feeling had immersed within myself, and I couldn’t quite understand why it was affecting me so much. Maybe it was because I was finally hearing the sincerity in his voice, something that I had been longing for many days. "Sapphire. I just wanted to help you. If... it was too much... then... I'm sorry for it." He spoke. And without a second glance, he left me rooted to the place. I watched him go as I stared at his back. As he disappeared into the darkness, I felt something pull my heart. Did I feel guilty for treating him th
After I patted my face dry, I quickly made a move to exit the restroom. I have to talk to him. Maybe I will just ask him to come to the library- Ew, that's the most unromantic thing. Wait, what do I even have to do with romance? Surely, I have to get a grip on my mind. As I walked to the cafeteria through the empty hallway, I felt someone's presence behind me. As I turned around for confirmation, I felt a warm palm wrap on my mouth. My eyes widened in horror and my hands instantly flew to my mouth, which managed to concealed my yell. The grip tightened on me further as an arm wrapped around my body and pulled me back into a dark area. And before I knew what was happening, I was abruptly pushed into a dark room and my knees collided with the hard surface beneath. I winced in pain upon the contact and groaned. As I rubbed my knees to ease the burning sensation there, I whipped my head to the direction of my abductor. As I adjusted my vision, I blinked several times to confirm my sight
Sean It had been an hour since I left Sapphire. She must head back by now. But where was she? Something tells me that things weren’t right. Perhaps I should look for her. She wasn’t answering her phone either and it was beginning to worry me. The first thing that came into my mind when I went looking for her was the library. Sapphire spent most of her time in the library. I always knew that whenever she didn’t feel like going to the cafeteria, which was most of the times, she spent time in the library. However, much to my dismay, she was nowhere to be seen in the library. I later went and searched other places in the school but I couldn't find her. I have been searching for her since so long that my legs almost hurt due to the running, I have been doing, but it had been futile. She was nowhere to be found. I came to a stop at a point and leaned forward, clutching my knees with my hands as I released shaky breaths. I was already panting hard when I heard a loud shrill. "MOM!!" I
Sapphire The calmness in his voice made me squirm in my seat. His low sound resonated in my ear yet I decided to stay silent. I couldn't bring words to my mouth with just thinking about how horrifying that was. At his question, I was forced to think about everything that had happened a few hours ago, and it was beginning to make me uneasy again. If I pondered over it any longer, I knew I would start crying again. "Pretty girl, it's fine." He mumbled, ever so softly. "I just want to know what happened. Did anyone…" He paused at that before continuing. But this time, his voice held anger. "Did anyone try to hurt you?" I sighed. "No.” I closed my eyes. “I just… it happened, alright? I guess I was just weak. It does not matter now.” "It matters." he said a little coldly. "It definitely matters to me. A lot." "Sean, this is why I do not want to share it with you. You will target them-" "Of course, I will, Sapphire. If someone has hurt you, I will not spare them. They ought to know b