The Accidental Bride.
Written by Feathers.
I walked out of the cell and walked with the cops to a office, my eyes met with that of Mr Ashley Romeo.
How in the world did he know that I had been arrested, he even know what station I was precisely.
“You are free Miss Elizabeth.” The cop who was seated said and I furrowed my brow.
How did he do that
He walked out and I followed him.
“Hey! you had to put a fake money there, that’s not fair.” I said accusingly but he didn’t utter a word.
He just walked to a beautiful car parked and entered the owners sit, I entered.
A driver had driven him here.
“Why aren’t you speaking?” I asked but he didn’t even pretend like he heard.
“Are you taking me back to your place? to imprison me again, right? and you think that is not against the law?” I asked.
“Park.” He suddenly said to the driver and the driver drove more distance after which he made the car come to an halt.
Mr Ashley Romeo then turned to me and said: “Get out.” He was firm and authoritative.
“Oh!” I said and opened the door and I stepped out.
I watched as the car drove off.
I then realized that all the money I had on me were fake.
My days! Even though he had said I will be his s-x slave for three days, he had never made any attempt to touch me.
He had threatened me with his friends having their way with me many times but nothing of such had ever happened.
Could he be a good man?
So why is he always wanting me to be stuck in his house?
If I had not acted as his bride that day, I would never had been a victim of this ridiculous happenings.
I would have been with my family and lived happily.
I went to lean by a very tall tree, I didn’t know where to go, I didn’t even know what to eat.
Seems Mr Ashley Romeo is angry, if I
I get into trouble, he is definitely not coming for me.
After many hours of leaning by the tree, I sunk to the floor and sat helplessly.
A man walked to me and squatted before me. I was nervous and scared as I saw his figure, I had never seen him before.
“Mr Ashley Romeo asked if you had like to come?” The person said.