“The only way to save her was to kill her. It was not something I wanted to do, but I needed to do it. The woman I tied up in front of me was a serial killer just like me, but she was worse. I killed bad people for money, she killed children for fun.… Continue reading Monsters with reason
The appalling smell of drugs hit me once I woke up. Was this hell or heaven, probably hell because I detest the smell of drugs? I looked around, and I noticed I was in none; I was in a hospital. How was that possible? I’m supposed to be dead. A truck hit me. I tried… Continue reading A dare a day (chapter ten)
I stared at the cards, frightened, wondering where he was going with them. I raised my shaking hands, then tapped a card, and he smiled and opened it. On it was the picture of a car. “Hmm, what a boring way to die.” “What do you mean?” “Have you ever been hit by a car?”… Continue reading A dare a day ( chapter nine)
My blackmailer and now kidnapper sat across from me in a small dark room, staring at me with an expression I could not decipher. I had gotten a text from Zik, telling me to walk to the end of my street, I thought it was another stupid dare so I followed. While waiting by the… Continue reading A dare a day (chapter eight)
After she left, I had my bath and got ready to sleep once I laid on my bed I felt my phone vibrate I took it from the top of my drawer with shaky hands, when I checked it, it was who I feared it would be. He sent two videos to me, the first… Continue reading A dare a day (chapter seven)
I sat on the table across from the guy I almost got killed watching as he slept on the couch in my living room; I knew it was a weird thing to do, but I just wanted to be there when he woke up. After they beat him to a pulp and left him to… Continue reading A dare a day (chapter six)
The pain in my head when I woke up the next morning was unimaginable. I had slept off on the couch in my living room and once I opened my eyes, the light from the windows attacked me; it felt like I had slept off and woken up a vampire. My stomach was aching and… Continue reading A dare a day ( chapter five)
I called in sick the next morning; it was my decision, but Zik’s idea. He suggested I skipped work and have fun, and I decided that that was what I was going to do. Even if I wanted to have fun I wasn’t sure how to, so I went to Grace’s house, ignoring my mother’s… Continue reading A dare a day (chapter four)
I woke up to a good morning text from Zik and weirdly it made me happy; we had spent the night getting to know more about each other, more about me and close to nothing about him, though I didn’t mind. I told him my parents were away and would be back in a week,… Continue reading A dare a day (chapter three)
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