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Perrie brought the garage door down. For a moment, the entire room was pitch black and Blaine struggled in his seat in the centre of the room. With the flick of a switch, the room flooded with light. It blinded them until they could adjust to the sudden brightness.

'Perrie, my love, what are you doing?' Blaine asked. He was un-gagged, but the ropes still bound him in place. 

'Tell me the truth... did you attack Eliza?' Perrie expected to fight with him for the answer, but almost instantly Blaine replied with 'yes'. It shocked her that he would be so callous about it, that he would admit it as easily as if he was answering a question about his sex.

When she could get over her shock, she continued, 'why?'

'Does it matter now?' He asked. He was genuine, as if his actions didn't have consequences. 

'Of course it matters! Eliza is awake and she told me you did it! What about the other guys, did they do it too?'

'No, it was me and Phil, no one else.'

Perrie's voice was breaking. 'Why? Why would you attack a defenceless girl - no, not just a girl, but a person. A human being. What provoked you to act like that?'

'Nothing.'

His answers infuriated her. 'Is there no logic in your bullying? Are you really just an empty airhead prick who goes around beating people because he can?'

Blaine basically nodded. Perrie had to look away from him for fear she would attack him physically. As she pushed herself against the table she spun to, her eyes fell on the spell book, open to the page she found in the car.

'To permanently damage an opponent. This spell will inflict wounds all over the target, wounds that will never heal.'

Blaine heard her mutter under her breath. 'What? Perrie, what is that?'

Perrie wiped tears from her eyes as she turned to look at him. 'I cast a spell to make you acknowledge that you love me. You played me before when you would secretly kiss me and tell me I'm beautiful and make me feel special; I just wanted us to be public. My feelings for you overcame every sense and I did something stupid to make you a respectable human being, because what you did to me by stringing me along was torture. You were torturing me.'

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