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------RHEA------ "You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothe
Dreame
------RHEA------ "You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothe
Dreame
------RHEA------ "You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothe
Dreame
"You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothes I really wanted,
Dreame
------RHEA------ "You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothe
Dreame
------RHEA------ "You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothe
Dreame
------RHEA------ "You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothe
Dreame
------RHEA------ "You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothe
Dreame
------RHEA------ "You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothe
Dreame
------RHEA------ "You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothe
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Taron grabbed a knife from the weapons table and whipped it at me. It sank into my chest before I could so much as blink, burning with the infernal pain of a wildfire. I sucked in a harsh gasp just before I screamed. Taron cocked his head and had the decency to look remorseful. "Have you no survival instincts at all?" "(Screw) you!" I gritted out as tears stung my eyes. "Ah!" I blinked away the blur and took in every face surrounding me, one by one. What was the point in this? Doll me up, teach me to be a lady, promise me to a prince... then kill me? Why not just murder me on sight the morning the king found me? That would've been quicker and easier. Blood gushed down my beautiful black dress, visible only as a slight liquid sheen in the semidarkness of the room. Well, at least I'd chosen a color that wouldn't be ruined for the next gullible peasant playing princess. As a coldness spread through my chest and limbs, a burn blazed in my lungs and throat. I dropped to my knees, sobbing, and curled up into a ball on the stone floor. All I could do was wait to die and curse these (jerk-wads) to the deepest depths of the underworld. May Cerberus eat you slowly and crunch on your bones for months after. Rob let out a dramatic sigh, heavy with annoyance. "What? I'm not dying fast enough for you, you royal prick?" I hissed as I peeked at the bright red blood covering my left palm. "Go to Hades. All of you." Cal and Ben looked confused. Dan looked cocky as always. And Rob still just looked annoyed. He rolled his eyes and crossed his burly arms. "Get up, Jewels. You're not going to die." "I was just stabbed in the chest!" I screamed at the top of my lungs, making the wound bleed harder. The blood had already started puddling on the floor beneath where I lay. Cal walked over and offered me his hand. "Don't touch me!" I shrieked, scrambling further away, causing the pain in my chest to multiply. He smiled gently and squatted down to my level. "Rob’s right, Alexis. You're not going to die. If you knew how to use your powers, you could simply flare and make this as if it never happened." Despite the nauseating pain, my features fell flat. “Isn't that what they were supposed to be doing? Teaching me how to use them?" My accusing glare shot over to the vampire twins. Both sets of crimson eyes looked a little greedy at the sight of so much blood. Over my dead body, I promised them. Which, you know, could’ve been any minute. . . >>> COMPLETE SERIES!! >>> FREE in Kindle Unlimited! . ♡ Book 1 ➜ https://amzn.to/2G4eWMb ♡ Complete set ➜ https://amzn.to/2YRRjx7 ♡ Audio ➜ https://link.ellemiddaugh.com/TBSaudio
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"You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothes I really wanted, the few pictures I had, leaving behind my all my devices. I picked up a couple books that I wanted to read, before sitting on the bed, my head in my hands. "Miss?" I heard the quiet voice of my favorite housekeeper, and looked up. I could see the pity in her eyes, and I was thoroughly disgusted by it. "Yes Madeline?" I asked, running a hand through my curls. "Are you okay?" She asked. "Not really, but I guess I don't really have a choice, but to be okay with it, right?" I smiled weakly, even though I'm pretty sure it came out more like a grimace. She nodded and began moving around my room, fixing it up a bit. "Do you want anything? Maybe something to eat or drink?" she asked. "No thanks." I said. I stood, going over to the nook in my room, and sitting in my big, comfy armchair, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Who knows? This may be the last time I get to enjoy this view. ----------------------------------------------------------- Two hours later. ------------------------------------------------------------- "Rhea. You're needed downstairs with your mother and I." My father said, the tension in his voice, not hard to miss. I nodded once, letting him know that I had heard him. I stood from the chair, stretching my limbs, before grabbing the things I packed, and following my father downstairs.The look on my face was grim, as I faced my mother, who had uncontrollable tears running down her face. The doorbell rang, and my father glanced from the stony look on my face, to the tearful ones of my mother. I refused to let anyone see me cry at this point. I stood next to my mother, tensing and moving away, as she tried to touch me, which only made her sob louder. I ignored the pain in my chest, and set my glare back in front of me, as my father walked in with the men that were supposed to be taking me away. I eyed each of them warily, until my eyes came to rest on the one and only, Lukas Cavalli. I held in a gasp as my eyes widened. My God, was he one of the most beautiful persons I had the pleasure seeing. He was built like a god. He looked to be abo
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"You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothes I really wanted, the few pictures I had, leaving behind my all my devices. I picked up a couple books that I wanted to read, before sitting on the bed, my head in my hands. "Miss?" I heard the quiet voice of my favorite housekeeper, and looked up. I could see the pity in her eyes, and I was thoroughly disgusted by it. "Yes Madeline?" I asked, running a hand through my curls. "Are you okay?" She asked. "Not really, but I guess I don't really have a choice, but to be okay with it, right?" I smiled weakly, even though I'm pretty sure it came out more like a grimace. She nodded and began moving around my room, fixing it up a bit. "Do you want anything? Maybe something to eat or drink?" she asked. "No thanks." I said. I stood, going over to the nook in my room, and sitting in my big, comfy armchair, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Who knows? This may be the last time I get to enjoy this view. ----------------------------------------------------------- Two hours later. ------------------------------------------------------------- "Rhea. You're needed downstairs with your mother and I." My father said, the tension in his voice, not hard to miss. I nodded once, letting him know that I had heard him. I stood from the chair, stretching my limbs, before grabbing the things I packed, and following my father downstairs.The look on my face was grim, as I faced my mother, who had uncontrollable tears running down her face. The doorbell rang, and my father glanced from the stony look on my face, to the tearful ones of my mother. I refused to let anyone see me cry at this point. I stood next to my mother, tensing and moving away, as she tried to touch me, which only made her sob louder. I ignored the pain in my chest, and set my glare back in front of me, as my father walked in with the men that were supposed to be taking me away. I eyed each of them warily, until my eyes came to rest on the one and only, Lukas Cavalli. I held in a gasp as my eyes widened. My God, was he one of the most beautiful persons I had the pleasure seeing
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"You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your maouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothes I really wanted, the few pictures I had, leaving behind my all my devices. I picked up a couple books that I wanted to read, before sitting on the bed, my head in my hands. "Miss?" I heard the quiet voice of my favorite housekeeper, and looked up. I could see the pity in her eyes, and I was thoroughly disgusted by it. "Yes Madeline?" I asked, running a hand through my curls. "Are you okay?" She asked. "Not really, but I guess I don't really have a choice, but to be okay with it, right?" I smiled weakly, even though I'm pretty sure it came out more like a grimace. She nodded and began moving around my room, fixing it up a bit. "Do you want anything? Maybe something to eat or drink?" she asked. "No thanks." I said. I stood, going over to the nook in my room, and sitting in my big, comfy armchair, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Who knows? This may be the last time I get to enjoy this view. ----------------------------------------------------------- Two hours later. ------------------------------------------------------------- "Rhea. You're needed downstairs with your mother and I." My father said, the tension in his voice, not hard to miss. I nodded once, letting him know that I had heard him. I stood from the chair, stretching my limbs, before grabbing the things I packed, and following my father downstairs.The look on my face was grim, as I faced my mother, who had uncontrollable tears running down her face. The doorbell rang, and my father glanced from the stony look on my face, to the tearful ones of my mother. I refused to let anyone see me cry at this point. I stood next to my mother, tensing and moving away, as she tried to touch me, which only made her sob louder. I ignored the pain in my chest, and set my glare back in front of me, as my father walked in with the men that were supposed to be taking me away. I eyed each of them warily, until my eyes came to rest on the one and only, Lukas Cavalli. I held in a gasp as my eyes widened. My God, was he one of the most beautiful persons I had the pleasure se
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------RHEA------ "You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothes I really wanted, the few pictures I had, leaving behind my all my devices. I picked up a couple books that I wanted to read, before sitting on the bed, my head in my hands. "Miss?" I heard the quiet voice of my favorite housekeeper, and looked up. I could see the pity in her eyes, and I was thoroughly disgusted by it. "Yes Madeline?" I asked, running a hand through my curls. "Are you okay?" She asked. "Not really, but I guess I don't really have a choice, but to be okay with it, right?" I smiled weakly, even though I'm pretty sure it came out more like a grimace. She nodded and began moving around my room, fixing it up a bit. "Do you want anything? Maybe something to eat or drink?" she asked. "No thanks." I said. I stood, going over to the nook in my room, and sitting in my big, comfy armchair, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Who knows? This may be the last time I get to enjoy this view. ----------------------------------------------------------- Two hours later. ------------------------------------------------------------- "Rhea. You're needed downstairs with your mother and I." My father said, the tension in his voice, not hard to miss. I nodded once, letting him know that I had heard him. I stood from the chair, stretching my limbs, before grabbing the things I packed, and following my father downstairs.The look on my face was grim, as I faced my mother, who had uncontrollable tears running down her face. The doorbell rang, and my father glanced from the stony look on my face, to the tearful ones of my mother. I refused to let anyone see me cry at this point. I stood next to my mother, tensing and moving away, as she tried to touch me, which only made her sob louder. I ignored the pain in my chest, and set my glare back in front of me, as my father walked in with the men that were supposed to be taking me away. I eyed each of them warily, until my eyes came to rest on the one and only, Lukas Cavalli. I held in a gasp as my eyes widened. My God, was he one of the most beautiful persons I ha
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"You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your maouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothes I really wanted, the few pictures I had, leaving behind my all my devices. I picked up a couple books that I wanted to read, before sitting on the bed, my head in my hands. "Miss?" I heard the quiet voice of my favorite housekeeper, and looked up. I could see the pity in her eyes, and I was thoroughly disgusted by it. "Yes Madeline?" I asked, running a hand through my curls. "Are you okay?" She asked. "Not really, but I guess I don't really have a choice, but to be okay with it, right?" I smiled weakly, even though I'm pretty sure it came out more like a grimace. She nodded and began moving around my room, fixing it up a bit. "Do you want anything? Maybe something to eat or drink?" she asked. "No thanks." I said. I stood, going over to the nook in my room, and sitting in my big, comfy armchair, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Who knows? This may be the last time I get to enjoy this view. ----------------------------------------------------------- Two hours later. ------------------------------------------------------------- "Rhea. You're needed downstairs with your mother and I." My father said, the tension in his voice, not hard to miss. I nodded once, letting him know that I had heard him. I stood from the chair, stretching my limbs, before grabbing the things I packed, and following my father downstairs.The look on my face was grim, as I faced my mother, who had uncontrollable tears running down her face. The doorbell rang, and my father glanced from the stony look on my face, to the tearful ones of my mother. I refused to let anyone see me cry at this point. I stood next to my mother, tensing and moving away, as she tried to touch me, which only made her sob louder. I ignored the pain in my chest, and set my glare back in front of me, as my father walked in with the men that were supposed to be taking me away. I eyed each of them warily, until my eyes came to rest on the one and only, Lukas Cavalli. I held in a gasp as my eyes widened. My God, was he one of the most beautiful persons I had the pleasure se
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------RHEA------ "You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothes I really wanted, the few pictures I had, leaving behind my all my devices. I picked up a couple books that I wanted to read, before sitting on the bed, my head in my hands. "Miss?" I heard the quiet voice of my favorite housekeeper, and looked up. I could see the pity in her eyes, and I was thoroughly disgusted by it. "Yes Madeline?" I asked, running a hand through my curls. "Are you okay?" She asked. "Not really, but I guess I don't really have a choice, but to be okay with it, right?" I smiled weakly, even though I'm pretty sure it came out more like a grimace. She nodded and began moving around my room, fixing it up a bit. "Do you want anything? Maybe something to eat or drink?" she asked. "No thanks." I said. I stood, going over to the nook in my room, and sitting in my big, comfy armchair, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Who knows? This may be the last time I get to enjoy this view. ----------------------------------------------------------- Two hours later. ------------------------------------------------------------- "Rhea. You're needed downstairs with your mother and I." My father said, the tension in his voice, not hard to miss. I nodded once, letting him know that I had heard him. I stood from the chair, stretching my limbs, before grabbing the things I packed, and following my father downstairs.The look on my face was grim, as I faced my mother, who had uncontrollable tears running down her face. The doorbell rang, and my father glanced from the stony look on my face, to the tearful ones of my mother. I refused to let anyone see me cry at this point. I stood next to my mother, tensing and moving away, as she tried to touch me, which only made her sob louder. I ignored the pain in my chest, and set my glare back in front of me, as my father walked in with the men that were supposed to be taking me away. I eyed each of them warily, until my eyes came to rest on the one and only, Lukas Cavalli. I held in a gasp as my eyes widened. My God, was he one of the most beautiful persons I ha
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「The Italian Don」 "You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothes I really wanted, the few pictures I had, leaving behind my all my devices. I picked up a couple books that I wanted to read, before sitting on the bed, my head in my hands. "Miss?" I heard the quiet voice of my favorite housekeeper, and looked up. I could see the pity in her eyes, and I was thoroughly disgusted by it. "Yes Madeline?" I asked, running a hand through my curls. "Are you okay?" She asked. "Not really, but I guess I don't really have a choice, but to be okay with it, right?" I smiled weakly, even though I'm pretty sure it came out more like a grimace. She nodded and began moving around my room, fixing it up a bit. "Do you want anything? Maybe something to eat or drink?" she asked. "No thanks." I said. I stood, going over to the nook in my room, and sitting in my big, comfy armchair, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Who knows? This may be the last time I get to enjoy this view. ----------------------------------------------------------- Two hours later. ------------------------------------------------------------- "Rhea. You're needed downstairs with your mother and I." My father said, the tension in his voice, not hard to miss. I nodded once, letting him know that I had heard him. I stood from the chair, stretching my limbs, before grabbing the things I packed, and following my father downstairs.The look on my face was grim, as I faced my mother, who had uncontrollable tears running down her face. The doorbell rang, and my father glanced from the stony look on my face, to the tearful ones of my mother. I refused to let anyone see me cry at this point. I stood next to my mother, tensing and moving away, as she tried to touch me, which only made her sob louder. I ignored the pain in my chest, and set my glare back in front of me, as my father walked in with the men that were supposed to be taking me away. I eyed each of them warily, until my eyes came to rest on the one and only, Lukas Cavalli. I held in a gasp as my eyes widened. My God, was he one of the most beautiful persons
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"You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your maouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothes I really wanted, the few pictures I had, leaving behind my all my devices. I picked up a couple books that I wanted to read, before sitting on the bed, my head in my hands. "Miss?" I heard the quiet voice of my favorite housekeeper, and looked up. I could see the pity in her eyes, and I was thoroughly disgusted by it. "Yes Madeline?" I asked, running a hand through my curls. "Are you okay?" She asked. "Not really, but I guess I don't really have a choice, but to be okay with it, right?" I smiled weakly, even though I'm pretty sure it came out more like a grimace. She nodded and began moving around my room, fixing it up a bit. "Do you want anything? Maybe something to eat or drink?" she asked. "No thanks." I said. I stood, going over to the nook in my room, and sitting in my big, comfy armchair, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Who knows? This may be the last time I get to enjoy this view. ----------------------------------------------------------- Two hours later. ------------------------------------------------------------- "Rhea. You're needed downstairs with your mother and I." My father said, the tension in his voice, not hard to miss. I nodded once, letting him know that I had heard him. I stood from the chair, stretching my limbs, before grabbing the things I packed, and following my father downstairs.The look on my face was grim, as I faced my mother, who had uncontrollable tears running down her face. The doorbell rang, and my father glanced from the stony look on my face, to the tearful ones of my mother. I refused to let anyone see me cry at this point. I stood next to my mother, tensing and moving away, as she tried to touch me, which only made her sob louder. I ignored the pain in my chest, and set my glare back in front of me, as my father walked in with the men that were supposed to be taking me away. I eyed each of them warily, until my eyes came to rest on the one and only, Lukas Cavalli. I held in a gasp as my eyes widened. My God, was he one of the most beautiful persons I had the pleasure se
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"You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothes I really wanted, the few pictures I had, leaving behind my all my devices. I picked up a couple books that I wanted to read, before sitting on the bed, my head in my hands. "Miss?" I heard the quiet voice of my favorite housekeeper, and looked up. I could see the pity in her eyes, and I was thoroughly disgusted by it. "Yes Madeline?" I asked, running a hand through my curls. "Are you okay?" She asked. "Not really, but I guess I don't really have a choice, but to be okay with it, right?" I smiled weakly, even though I'm pretty sure it came out more like a grimace. She nodded and began moving around my room, fixing it up a bit. "Do you want anything? Maybe something to eat or drink?" she asked. "No thanks." I said. I stood, going over to the nook in my room, and sitting in my big, comfy armchair, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Who knows? This may be the last time I get to enjoy this view. ----------------------------------------------------------- Two hours later. ------------------------------------------------------------- "Rhea. You're needed downstairs with your mother and I." My father said, the tension in his voice, not hard to miss. I nodded once, letting him know that I had heard him. I stood from the chair, stretching my limbs, before grabbing the things I packed, and following my father downstairs.The look on my face was grim, as I faced my mother, who had uncontrollable tears running down her face. The doorbell rang, and my father glanced from the stony look on my face, to the tearful ones of my mother. I refused to let anyone see me cry at this point. I stood next to my mother, tensing and moving away, as she tried to touch me, which only made her sob louder. I ignored the pain in my chest, and set my glare back in front of me, as my father walked in with the men that were supposed to be taking me away. I eyed each of them warily, until my eyes came to rest on the one and only, Lukas Cavalli. I held in a gasp as my eyes widened. My God, was he one of the most beautiful persons I had the pleasure seeing
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"You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your mouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothes I really wanted, the few pictures I had, leaving behind my all my devices. I picked up a couple books that I wanted to read, before sitting on the bed, my head in my hands. "Miss?" I heard the quiet voice of my favorite housekeeper, and looked up. I could see the pity in her eyes, and I was thoroughly disgusted by it. "Yes Madeline?" I asked, running a hand through my curls. "Are you okay?" She asked. "Not really, but I guess I don't really have a choice, but to be okay with it, right?" I smiled weakly, even though I'm pretty sure it came out more like a grimace. She nodded and began moving around my room, fixing it up a bit. "Do you want anything? Maybe something to eat or drink?" she asked. "No thanks." I said. I stood, going over to the nook in my room, and sitting in my big, comfy armchair, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Who knows? This may be the last time I get to enjoy this view. ----------------------------------------------------------- Two hours later. ------------------------------------------------------------- "Rhea. You're needed downstairs with your mother and I." My father said, the tension in his voice, not hard to miss. I nodded once, letting him know that I had heard him. I stood from the chair, stretching my limbs, before grabbing the things I packed, and following my father downstairs.The look on my face was grim, as I faced my mother, who had uncontrollable tears running down her face. The doorbell rang, and my father glanced from the stony look on my face, to the tearful ones of my mother. I refused to let anyone see me cry at this point. I stood next to my mother, tensing and moving away, as she tried to touch me, which only made her sob louder. I ignored the pain in my chest, and set my glare back in front of me, as my father walked in with the men that were supposed to be taking me away. I eyed each of them warily, until my eyes came to rest on the one and only, Lukas Cavalli. I held in a gasp as my eyes widened. My God, was he one of the most beautiful persons I h
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"You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your maouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothes I really wanted, the few pictures I had, leaving behind my all my devices. I picked up a couple books that I wanted to read, before sitting on the bed, my head in my hands. "Miss?" I heard the quiet voice of my favorite housekeeper, and looked up. I could see the pity in her eyes, and I was thoroughly disgusted by it. "Yes Madeline?" I asked, running a hand through my curls. "Are you okay?" She asked. "Not really, but I guess I don't really have a choice, but to be okay with it, right?" I smiled weakly, even though I'm pretty sure it came out more like a grimace. She nodded and began moving around my room, fixing it up a bit. "Do you want anything? Maybe something to eat or drink?" she asked. "No thanks." I said. I stood, going over to the nook in my room, and sitting in my big, comfy armchair, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Who knows? This may be the last time I get to enjoy this view. ----------------------------------------------------------- Two hours later. ------------------------------------------------------------- "Rhea. You're needed downstairs with your mother and I." My father said, the tension in his voice, not hard to miss. I nodded once, letting him know that I had heard him. I stood from the chair, stretching my limbs, before grabbing the things I packed, and following my father downstairs.The look on my face was grim, as I faced my mother, who had uncontrollable tears running down her face. The doorbell rang, and my father glanced from the stony look on my face, to the tearful ones of my mother. I refused to let anyone see me cry at this point. I stood next to my mother, tensing and moving away, as she tried to touch me, which only made her sob louder. I ignored the pain in my chest, and set my glare back in front of me, as my father walked in with the men that were supposed to be taking me away. I eyed each of them warily, until my eyes came to rest on the one and only, Lukas Cavalli. I held in a gasp as my eyes widened. My God, was he one of the most beautiful persons I had the pleasure se
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"You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your maouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothes I really wanted, the few pictures I had, leaving behind my all my devices. I picked up a couple books that I wanted to read, before sitting on the bed, my head in my hands. "Miss?" I heard the quiet voice of my favorite housekeeper, and looked up. I could see the pity in her eyes, and I was thoroughly disgusted by it. "Yes Madeline?" I asked, running a hand through my curls. "Are you okay?" She asked. "Not really, but I guess I don't really have a choice, but to be okay with it, right?" I smiled weakly, even though I'm pretty sure it came out more like a grimace. She nodded and began moving around my room, fixing it up a bit. "Do you want anything? Maybe something to eat or drink?" she asked. "No thanks." I said. I stood, going over to the nook in my room, and sitting in my big, comfy armchair, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Who knows? This may be the last time I get to enjoy this view. ----------------------------------------------------------- Two hours later. ------------------------------------------------------------- "Rhea. You're needed downstairs with your mother and I." My father said, the tension in his voice, not hard to miss. I nodded once, letting him know that I had heard him. I stood from the chair, stretching my limbs, before grabbing the things I packed, and following my father downstairs.The look on my face was grim, as I faced my mother, who had uncontrollable tears running down her face. The doorbell rang, and my father glanced from the stony look on my face, to the tearful ones of my mother. I refused to let anyone see me cry at this point. I stood next to my mother, tensing and moving away, as she tried to touch me, which only made her sob louder. I ignored the pain in my chest, and set my glare back in front of me, as my father walked in with the men that were supposed to be taking me away. I eyed each of them warily, until my eyes came to rest on the one and only, Lukas Cavalli. I held in a gasp as my eyes widened. My God, was he one of the most beautiful persons I had the pleasure se
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"You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your maouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothes I really wanted, the few pictures I had, leaving behind my all my devices. I picked up a couple books that I wanted to read, before sitting on the bed, my head in my hands. "Miss?" I heard the quiet voice of my favorite housekeeper, and looked up. I could see the pity in her eyes, and I was thoroughly disgusted by it. "Yes Madeline?" I asked, running a hand through my curls. "Are you okay?" She asked. "Not really, but I guess I don't really have a choice, but to be okay with it, right?" I smiled weakly, even though I'm pretty sure it came out more like a grimace. She nodded and began moving around my room, fixing it up a bit. "Do you want anything? Maybe something to eat or drink?" she asked. "No thanks." I said. I stood, going over to the nook in my room, and sitting in my big, comfy armchair, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Who knows? This may be the last time I get to enjoy this view. ----------------------------------------------------------- Two hours later. ------------------------------------------------------------- "Rhea. You're needed downstairs with your mother and I." My father said, the tension in his voice, not hard to miss. I nodded once, letting him know that I had heard him. I stood from the chair, stretching my limbs, before grabbing the things I packed, and following my father downstairs.The look on my face was grim, as I faced my mother, who had uncontrollable tears running down her face. The doorbell rang, and my father glanced from the stony look on my face, to the tearful ones of my mother. I refused to let anyone see me cry at this point. I stood next to my mother, tensing and moving away, as she tried to touch me, which only made her sob louder. I ignored the pain in my chest, and set my glare back in front of me, as my father walked in with the men that were supposed to be taking me away. I eyed each of them warily, until my eyes came to rest on the one and only, Lukas Cavalli. I held in a gasp as my eyes widened. My God, was he one of the most beautiful persons I had the pleasure se
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"You cannot do this to me, father!" I yelled indignantly. "You better watch your maouth!" He barked, causing me to roll my eyes. "How else would you expect me to react, after finding out you sold me?" I shot back, glaring at him. "I had no choice, Rhea." He sighed. "Yes you did! You loved that goddamned company, more than you loved me." "You know that's not true." He whispered. "Isn't it? Father, I told you I'm willing to help you, but I cannot believe that you would sell me to keep your company." "I know, but you don't understand Rhea. This is not only about the company." He rubbed his temples, closing his eyes. "The person I sold you to... If I didn't give you up, he was going to kill this entire family, including you, your mother and I." He whispered, looking up at me with defeated eyes. "Oh." I breathed out quietly, my heart pounding in my chest. "But father, I'm sure there's something else we can do." I pleaded, looking up at him with desperate eyes. He shook his head sadly, looking up at me with remorse in his eyes. "He'll be here in two hours. Go pack your things." He muttered. "No! I'm not leaving!" I screamed, tears welling in my eyes. I heard the door to my father's study open, and we both turned to the person. My mother hesitantly stepped through the door. "I heard yelling." She said, still standing close to the door. My father beckoned her over and she walked over to him, sitting on the desk next to him. "I just told her." He mumbled, causing her eyes to snap over to mine. "I'm sorry, i kóri mou," She whispered, her own eyes filling with tears. (My daughter) "Mom..." My voice broke. I dug my teeth into my lip, stifling the sob that wanted to escape. "I'm sorry I couldn't protect you." She murmured, her hands clenching into fists. I didn't answer, only turning to stare out the window. We all sat there for a while, in an uncomfortable, tense silence, before I stood abruptly, and left without saying a word. I walked straight into my bedroom, packing the clothes I really wanted, the few pictures I had, leaving behind my all my devices. I picked up a couple books that I wanted to read, before sitting on the bed, my head in my hands. "Miss?" I heard the quiet voice of my favorite housekeeper, and looked up. I could see the pity in her eyes, and I was thoroughly disgusted by it. "Yes Madeline?" I asked, running a hand through my curls. "Are you okay?" She asked. "Not really, but I guess I don't really have a choice, but to be okay with it, right?" I smiled weakly, even though I'm pretty sure it came out more like a grimace. She nodded and began moving around my room, fixing it up a bit. "Do you want anything? Maybe something to eat or drink?" she asked. "No thanks." I said. I stood, going over to the nook in my room, and sitting in my big, comfy armchair, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Who knows? This may be the last time I get to enjoy this view. ----------------------------------------------------------- Two hours later. ------------------------------------------------------------- "Rhea. You're needed downstairs with your mother and I." My father said, the tension in his voice, not hard to miss. I nodded once, letting him know that I had heard him. I stood from the chair, stretching my limbs, before grabbing the things I packed, and following my father downstairs.The look on my face was grim, as I faced my mother, who had uncontrollable tears running down her face. The doorbell rang, and my father glanced from the stony look on my face, to the tearful ones of my mother. I refused to let anyone see me cry at this point. I stood next to my mother, tensing and moving away, as she tried to touch me, which only made her sob louder. I ignored the pain in my chest, and set my glare back in front of me, as my father walked in with the men that were supposed to be taking me away. I eyed each of them warily, until my eyes came to rest on the one and only, Lukas Cavalli. I held in a gasp as my eyes widened. My God, was he one of the most beautiful persons I had the pleasure se