Element - Book 3
I turned around the corner of the building, testing to see if they would follow me, and they did. I headed all the way up to my room. The twins had just walked in, leaving the door open behind them. I walked in, and as I predicted, the two people following me entered after me. Mordecai closed the door before they could even blink. They didn’t look the least bit fazed though. The girl is model worthy in all her fitness glory. Her long, black hair was in a single braid down her back, while she wore skinny jeans, a tank top and sneakers. Her eyes were mysterious and I couldn’t get a read on her. The guy didn’t look all that intimidating, but then again, I could say the same about Nick and I found out that he’s Zero, as much as I am yet to believe it. The guy has blonde hair with dark and almost calculating eyes. It was difficult to pinpoint him too. “Who the hell are you and who sent you?” I asked them. “None of your questions are relevant right now. We need your help,” the guy said. I was automatically irked by his dismissive manner. I crossed my arms. “And why would I help you?” “Because both you and Elle’s lives are in danger if you don’t,” the girl replied. Elle? As in my fiancée? “Elliephant is alive?” Malachi asked, but there was something to his tone. The guy nodded. “She is, but she needs your help.” “When Bridge said she saw her yesterday, I thought she was being delusional,” Malachi commented. And he failed to tell me this. “Where is she?” I questioned our ‘guests’. “Here on campus,” they replied. “So she hasn’t even bothered coming to find us?” Mordecai asked. “It’s complicated,” the girl replied. I reserved my comment and instead asked. “And what exactly is it that you need me to do?” “We need you to make her fall in love with you again.”
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