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Screams echoed through the dungeon. I wasn’t sure where they had taken
Lance Carmichael or exactly what they were doing, but it didn’t sound
like he was having fun. Leaning back against the stone wall of my cell, I
stretched out my legs before me and brushed some dirt off my riding pants.
Since there were no windows in Callan’s basement, I couldn’t tell for sure
what time it was. But based on the number of meals I had received since that
bastard had locked me in here, I would guess that it had been roughly a day
and a half since we had arrived at his mansion. After Callan had informed me
that he would let me live for now, he had removed my handcuffs and then
locked me in the cell that was located as far from Lance as possible. But after
that, I hadn’t seen him. He was probably busy thinking about how he was
going to torture me.
I, on the other hand, was busy plotting my escape. And his death.
Sudden silence pressed against my eardrums as Lance at last stopped
screaming. I heaved a sigh of relief because that annoying noise had made it
difficult to think, and I needed all the brain capacity I had if I was going to
scheme my way out of this precarious situation. What I needed more than
anything was my magic, which meant that I had to somehow get my hands on
Lance. And the key to his handcuffs. If I could just get my powers back, I
should be able to kill my way out of this mansion. But to get the key, I would
Footsteps sounded outside my door. Sitting on the mattress by the back
wall, I watched through the small barred window in the metal door as Henry
and Lance walked past. Callan’s mountain of a guard looked stoic as usual,
but the Binder was visibly exhausted. I really wondered what they were doing
Metal clanked from the end of the row, informing me that Henry had
locked Lance back in his cell. Then the footsteps started back up again. I
listened to them, expecting them to continue past my door, as they always
did. But not this time.
The lock clicked as Henry turned the key and then pulled open the door to
my cell. I remained where I was.
Henry’s massive form filled the entire doorway as he took a step across
the threshold. Flames from the torches on the walls created a backlight,
making his tall and muscular body look even more imposing.
Tilting my head back, I met his gray eyes. “So… is it my turn now?”
“Yes,” he replied before twitching his fingers at me. “On your feet.”
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