Hailey has been taken.
K.C. Stewart lives in central Pennsylvania with her three cats. She is currently attending college online for Library Science while working full time as a photographer. In her spare time, which isn’t easy to find, she reads an obnoxious amount and writes in between everything else. K.C. has a very real addiction to gummy bears and talking to her cats when no one is around.
“Hello?” Dacea barked into the phone.
“Missing someone?” He was going to enjoy this entirely too much.
“Silas, you little fuck. What have you done?”
“Calm now, Dacea. Hailey is perfectly fine. Aren’t you, my dear?” Silas turned to Hailey who struggled against her bindings. Her words masked by the duct tape that covered her mouth. “You know, if you stopped biting people then I wouldn’t have to gag you.”
“Put her on the phone. I want to speak with her.”
“She is not harmed,” he assured him. Silas ran a hand down her hair, chuckling at the deadly glare she shot his way.
“I would like to hear that from her.” Dacea’s voice wavered as his dragon neared the surface. Silas always found a half changed Red hilarious with their forked tongues slurring their words.
“Very well.” Silas peeled the tape from Hailey’s mouth and held the phone to her ear.
“Dak, could you tell Lia I’m not going to make it for coffee?” she said with continued plots of murder in her eyes. He was beginning to love her spunk.
“Hailey, Love, are you ok?”
“Besides being really pissed off, I’m fine.”
“What happened?” Silas could hear the relief in his voice. It was sweet and he would enjoy picking at that weakness like a hardened scab later.
“This bitch pulled me off the street and drugged me. I woke up while they were tying me to this chair.” She pulled a bit at her arms that were tied behind her back, testing them for the hundredth time. “That’s when I bit the guard and kicked another.” Her voice shone with pride.
“Good girl. I’m coming for you, Hailey. But in the meantime, give them hell.”
“Dak, wait! I lo-“
Silas pulled the phone away with a chuckle. “And that’s enough for one day.”
“What do you want, Silas?” Gone was the loving tone of a man smitten, in its place was that of a dragon missing his Mate. How easily Silas could make people mindless killers. It was a gift really.
“Oh Dacea, I’ve got everything I want right here.” He tapped Hailey’s nose and replace the tape on her mouth as she put together a very imaginative string of curses
“Silas,” Dacea said with warning.
“Do not worry, Dak,” he spit out the pet name. “I have sent a gift your way.”
“Don’t call me that.”
“Ah yes, apologies. Well, I only called to keep you from worrying. Goodbye, Dacea.” Silas hung up on Dacea’s cry of anger. “Right then.” He turned and smiled at Hailey. “Shall I show you to your cell?”
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