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Haunted by my Past Mistake….Episode 81

Haunted by my Past Mistake….

Haunted by my Past Mistake....

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Episode 81

Victoria gazed sternly at David. His words stung her. So, he actually viewed her as a good-for-nothing. How dare he? All the troubles were now her fault? She had helped this demon out and even watched his back just to protect him and he feels she’s nothing compared to Abigail? Her anger blazed against him. She stood up to leave.

“This meeting’s over.”

“What?” David was astonished. He never imagined her reaction to be that way.

“Where are you going? We haven’t even had any discussion yet. You can’t leave now.”

“Yes. I can leave whenever I please. Whenever I want to.” She lifted her purse off the table. “And I choose now.”

“Common Victoria,” he stood up, “You don’t have to do this.” David didn’t actually need her help. He could handle the problem on his own. He only needed her to be on his side for her to keep her mouth shut and she also had good connections. He couldn’t waste the chance he got.

Victoria rolled her eyes. “You want to fill my head with insults,” she remarked, sarcastically. “I am really not interested in that. I resent such persons.”

David inhaled deeply and held her hand. “I am sorry. It was just anger. Please, sit.”

Without hesitating, she sat down. “Don’t talk to me that way again.”

David resumed his seat. “It won’t repeat itself. But don talk that way about Deborah, respect her. I have never abused James, at least not to your face.”

That was going to be difficult for her to accept. But what could she do? “Fine.”

“Who was that guy that bumped into us and fell under the table?”

“No idea,” Victoria replied absent-minded.

“Now, let’s go straight to business. You say the doctor threatened you? How did you know that James recovered his memory?”

She dragged in a breath. “I eavesdropped. I heard James tell him about the surveillance cameras at that country house. He also mentioned that they needed to get the tape and rescue Abigail. He doesn’t believe she broke the bottles on his head. He remembers everything.”

“Don’t you get it?” David rhetorically asked.

“James told Dr. Caleb the truth. They got to the tapes first. If Dr. Caleb know about the kidnap, definitely James does too.”

“Dr. Caleb mentioned to me that he was discharged this morning,” she recalled.

David shook his head in disagreement.

“It means he lied to you. James was either discharged yesterday morning or afternoon. And they sought out the tapes. If they had waited till morning, we’d have them. They are up to something.”

“And he’s using me. James using my feelings as a bait to get me. He’s never going to look at me as before.”

“Worry about that later. They have nothing to hold you. Be yourself and deny their accusations. You can report to your father. But what ever you do, don’t give them a single clue. Don’t even do that with James, be very careful around him,” David cautioned wisely.

Victoria nodded. She was just going to be herself. Never going to say whatever would arouse suspicions. She wasn’t ready to lose James and she was going to keep him. She smiled to herself.

“I have to go check on Abigail. Good night.”
The fight was almost over; David had achieved his aim. Has he or was he getting there? Abigail was all going to be his and as a matter of fact, she belonged only to him. She was a charmer, he was under the influence of her beauty and enchantment. She had not done much, neither had she said much the very day he met her, but her appearance and etiquette enticed him. It clung to him and refused to let go. Those feelings, those emotions, he never forgot. They lived inside of him, they were part of him. Forgetting them, going them up would be like taking away his own will to live. The every essence of his life. She emanates power, confidence, weakness, beauty and much more desirable qualities in a woman. All that propelled him to want to make her his. He wasn’t giving up. He smirked. He was in love.

David drove swiftly, wanting to get to Abigail quickly. She was going to be scared of the dark. Something prevented him from getting to her – a vehicle. It trailed behind him. David had gone round and round in the same exact street. They still remained, following him. He couldn’t see their faces clearly, but he was sure they wanted something from him. He pulled his car over to the side of the road. He brought out his hand gun from the glove compartment and hid it in the inner pocket of his suit. He got down from his vehicle and walked up to them.

To Be Continued…

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