Hey, everybody! Estrella Rose is here! I’ve just updated my book “The Secrets Hidden In The Scars” with Chapter 13. As I promised, I’m back with a new, super long chapter. It has literally everything possible: from senseless talks and love scenes to some conflicts, a little bit of epic, and something else that my crazy fantasy came up with. My attempt to write a cool dynamic scene brought me too far, but I’m happy with the result anyway. Yes, many things are exaggerated, something is unreal… But I think you can close your eyes to this fact because this is a book. Anything may happen in a book as well as a movie.
Anyway, I would be madly happy if you liked this book, added it to your library and told me what you think of the storyline and the characters’ actions. I hope you would’t lose your interest for my book and would read it until the very end. My English is not perfect, but I’m doing my best to make my texts more or less readable. Play the song Aly & AJ — Protecting Me, lyrics of which were originally used for the chapter name and go to read it.
Have a nice day!
Love, Estrella Rose.
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“You see them?” Terrence asks, holding the steering wheel and watching the road.
“Nope, I don’t,” Raquelle replies, sharply turning back. “But they’d hardly leave us alone.”
“Yeah, I believe so. They could make an unexpected surprise.”
“Oh, my gosh…” Raquelle leans back in the passenger seat and closes her eyes for two seconds. “Seems like our nightmares aren’t over yet… And they would hardly be over at the nearest time.”
“It’s gonna be fine, sweetie, don’t be afraid. I promised I’d do my best for them not to hurt us. So, we got off them,” Terrence looks into the rearview mirror. “I think they left us alone, ’cause I don’t see them behind.”
“It doesn’t mean we could quietly go outside and no longer meet them somewhere.”
“Yeah, and you wanted to visit Anna,” Terrence chuckles quietly and changes the speed with a gearbox. “But I think you understand how dangerous it is for you to be outside alone. It’s clear they ain’t gonna leave us alone.”
“Do you think being at home would be much safer? Or with you? They do know where we’re living and can visit us at any time.” Raquelle exhales sharply and tightly hugs herself with her arms. “Somewhere in the middle of the night. And scare ’till death…”
“I don’t deny, but being at our home would be much safer. It’s quite hard to get on our territory for a stranger. There are wonderful guards in our neighborhood. I haven’t heard that some of our neighbors got robbed, and some people got into someone’s houses.”
“I dunno, I can’t be sure about it. It’s dangerous to be everywhere now…”
“I swear I will not leave this business without my attention and will do my best to save us from any threat.”
“Maybe, do we go to the police? It’s a criminal case! Those men and their boss may be sentenced for threats and a planned attempt to harm!”
“We aren’t able to prove it yet. We have to save the visit to the police for later. And if we run into a bad officer, even having the letters will not be enough to get our report accepted.”
“But what do we do? Are we gonna be afraid that we’d be wounded somewhere?”
“Nope. First, we’ll listen to Edward and make him tell everything about that man, and then decide what to do and look for real proof of the fault of that man for everything that is happening to us.”
“Then we need to talk to Edward immediately and find out who that man is. As the letters say we need to ask someone, we must do it.”
“I promise, Raquelle, we’ll do it after tomorrow. We’ll call Edward and invite him to us. Trust me, I will be very cruel to him and get the confession out of him by force.” Terrence sharply shakes his head and hums, grabbing the steering wheel much tighter. “Oh, Edward… I will give such a shake to my brother that he will remember it for a long time. But if something else happens, I’ll definitely hate him and call him my enemy.”
“I think I’ll add some fuel,” Raquelle throws gloomily, crossing her arms over the chest. “Sorry for saying it, but I almost got my hair white on my head because of your stupid brother. I don’t know what kind of trouble he got us into, but I also began to lose my trust in him.”