um. im no good at summeries. but its about a girl who is out to make her life better and defeat her past. its not complete yet...
“What are you so happy about,” he spat, wiping the smile right off her face.
Gadriel hadn’t even heard him heard him come down the stairs, and she had no idea how he’d got into the kitchen without her knowing. “I… I… I was just thinking… g… good memories, you know,” she stuttered as she walked passed him to set the pot beside the other dishes. A chill of terror was now smothering her happiness. There was something about the fire in his eyes that she didn’t like.
He took a step towards her, “Any about me.”
“P…p… possibly,” she replied with wide eyes glued to his face in the dim light. She winced as he extended his hand and ran a rough finger down the side of her pallid face.
Kindel cupped her face with both hands, “You’re gonna do as I say, ain’t you.”
His words were like blades of ice going down Gadriel’s back. She watched the black flames dance in his eyes, knowing exactly what he wanted and knowing what he would do to get it. A shiver ran through her entire body. “B…but what about Meridian?” she asked quietly.
He rolled his eyes and pushed her slowly until her back pressed against the counter. “She’s out like a friggin rock. She’s worthless to me, all she does is cook and clean. Anybody can do that…” his voice trailed off.
“And what do you want me to do,” panic seeped into Gadriel’s voice. She closed her eyes.
Kindel pressed his body against hers, and whispered gently into her ear, “ Do I really need to say?”