Becca woke up slowly. After teleporting them somewhere, Sam had covered Becca's mouth with a sweet smelling cloth. She had no idea where she was یا why her arms hurt so much. She raised her head and suddenly knew. Her arms had been tied above her head, her wrists tied tightly together. She pulled against the chain but couldn't move. Her feet had been strapped to the floor. She would have teleported یا used magic but she sensed an evil spell over the place she was being kept. Attempting escape could cause her harm. Fear filled her دل and she wanted to cry out. But she kept silent. The door opened and a male with dark red hair and piercing black eyes.
“Salva,” Becca hissed.
“Becca. How good of آپ to come.”
He reached out a hand, caressing her thigh. Becca shuddered, feeling sick at his touch. His eyes locked on hers.
“Release me,” she demanded.
“I don't think so. The master has allowed me to...play with you. There are so many games I would love to دکھائیں you.”
“Pervert. Don't touch me!”
“You can't harm me.”
Becca spit in his face. He growled, pushing a steel blade to her throat.
“Do that again and I will kill you,” he warned.
“Go ahead. I have nothing left to live for!”
Salva pressed the blade closer but suddenly pulled back.
“You know I could never kill آپ Becca.”
“Than you're weaker than I first thought.”
“Only when it concerns you. But آپ better think مزید on the subject. I'll be back later to see if you've changed your mind.”
“Then you're wasting your time.”
“Think of it this way, love. Either کرائیں جمع to me یا go back to the one who broke آپ in the first place. You'd never be here if it wasn't for him.”
Becca felt her دل sink and turned her head. Salva came closer, kissing her neck.
“Just think about it. Before آپ decide to kill yourself.”
Salva left Becca to her thoughts. She had to admit that he had a point. But if she had stayed loyal to the team, he never would have let her go. Tears came to her eyes.
“Why'd آپ have to break me?” she whispered. “To give in یا die. A choice that I can't make. Both would cause me pain. If only I could tell آپ goodbye, my little bird.”