"Sandra? Baby? Are you ok?"
Sandra sat clutching her stomach on the floor, crying, holding the phone tightly to her ear and wishing he was there to help her.
"No. Something is wrong with our baby. Come home. Please! Where are you?"
She strained to hear what the noise was in the background. It sounded like he was in a car and that there were people there as well.
"Are you alone? Who is that I can hear? Where are you? You told me you were visiting your aunt! I need you!"
There was a screeching of tires and she could hear the car come to a halt, then him exiting the car and slamming the door shut. He was somewhere by the water, because she could hear the birds and the lapping of water against rocks.
He took a sharp intake of breath and calmed himself before he responded, "Sweetheart, my aunt is unwell and I am taking her to the hospital. As soon as I have dropped her off, I will be with you. Do you need to see a doctor too? Should we call you an ambulance? Please do not get yourself excited and stressed unnecessarily. I love you. Remember that. We will be starting our family life together - tonight. Make sure you are packed and ready. I should be no more than two hours. Ok?"
Sandra sighed a breath of relief and the pain in her gut stopped. His voice was like a balm, reassuring and calming. Two hours! Two hours and he was hers and they were going to be a family!
"Ok. Please hurry. I miss you dreadfully! I love you too."
She could feel him smile as he replied, "Everything will be fine. Have a shower, take a nap and before you know it, I'll be there and we will be headed off into the sunset together forever."
He hung up the phone, and clambered back into the car. The calm he had shown Sandra vanishing with the slam of the door and the reality of the van full of girls.
Just then he smiled.
He had found his way out. He knew how to dispose of the bodies.
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Boudoir Secrets 2Mystery / Thriller
Continuation of Boudoir Secrets... a naughty, raunchy thriller... Read if you dare ;) This is a thriller, so please be advised it is for more mature audiences. Rated M