Serenity Winters

 “See you Fred!” I waved at the boy behind the counter before leaving the store, the heat of the city hitting me immediately. My shift at work was over and now I was headed back to my silent home.

Or was I? Before I even knew it, I felt someone’s arms wrap around my waist and drag me into a dark and empty alleyway. The first thing my instincts made me do was scream. But then I felt soft fingers press into a spot at my throat and then, everything went black.




With a groan, I got up, my legs hitting the ground of what seemed to be a…car. What was I doing in here? Looking out the window, I noticed we were moving at a moderate speed. My head snapped to look at my kidnapper, the person who had been so kind as to have taken me away from my world.

I found myself gazing at a teenage boy who seemed only a year or two older then me. His light blonde hair was ruffled up and untidy. His arms were stretched forward as his hands were on the steering wheel and I noticed his muscular build. If I tried to escape, I know I had zero chance.

“Who are you?” I whispered.

His eyes flickered to the mirror, seeing that I’d waken up but he didn’t answer my question. Of course he wouldn’t tell me, he probably thought I’d turn him. Knowing he won’t answer any of my question, I slumped back in my seat and closed my eyes.

What was I going to do?

The End

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