Author: Twi-RangerWords: 2,002Chapters: (18/40)Disclaimer: I don't own Glee, or it would be more badass!Author's Notes: Just a little more before they reunite with the other people. Someone new joins them soon. Just for a little while. Sorry I didn't upload a new chapter last week. I get home late, and I've had homework. And I go to school in a different city from where I live. Like an hour away. And I really need to know, how is the story? My worst fear is having a story people like, and then I destroy it by doing something wrong. So if you guys can let me know if the story is still on track, or I'm ruining it? Please and thank you. You don't have to review all the time, just tell me "It's good" "I hate it" "It's okay but..." This one time. And I have another story out, it's not angsty like this one. It's different.
Uploaded: September 22, 2013
Quinn was asleep. Rachel understood why she was sleeping a lot. Emotionally, Quinn was destroyed. Even though her wound would heal, she was damaged inside. Rachel didn't know if Quinn was gonna get better, but little by little she was.
They hadn't talked about the kiss. It had been a month, or two. Rachel forgot how much time had passed. But they cuddled a lot more. They never slept unless they were together.
Quinn groaned. Rachel brushed a stray hair from her face.
"Morning beautiful," Rachel whispered. She smiled and kissed Quinn's cheek.
"Morn'n Rach," Quinn muttered, her voice full of sleep. "How long was I asleep?"
"A three hours, give or take," Rachel said, as she moved to sit in between Quinn's legs. Quinn sat up and against the wall.
"M'sorry," she whispered into Rachel's ear, as she rested her head on her shoulder.
"I wish we could stay like this forever," Rachel told her.
"As long as I'm with you, I'm happy," Quinn responded, moving to kiss Rachel on her cheek.
Rachel moved back, and hugged Quinn from behind.
"Do you think we'll see our families again?" Rachel asked.
"I don't know Rach. I would do anything to see my mom, my dad, Franny, Sammy, and all our friends. I want to see them Rach, even if its to say goodbye," Quinn muttered.
"Me too. Wonder what they are doing. If they believe we're dead," Rach said.
"Probably. It's been years. I would believe we were dead," Quinn responded.
Joe Hart wasn't happy. He missed Quinn. He missed seeing her blond hair, hazel eyes. He missed her soft voice. He hated Samuel Fabray and Finnegan Hudson. They let his love be kidnapped. It was all their fault, and he wasn't scared to let him know it.
Joe's best friend had transferred. He blamed Finn. Harmony was the nicest person he has met. She had a beautiful voice. Finn should have given her a chance. She was there for him after the two girls disappeared, but the tall boy never paid any attention to her. All he talked about was his Quinn and that Rachel to Samuel and Puck.
He hated Puck. The Jewish boy enjoyed bullying him, and he wanted him to pay. Puck said it was for harassing Quinn, but he was lying.
Harmony transferred to a new school on another city. Defiance, Ohio. He didn't see that much, and they only spoke to each other a few times a month.
The "Cool Kids" of elementary were separated, and he loved it. Served them right for not letting him join.
All he needed as a way to hurt Finn like him. Finn caused his crush to disappear. Finn caused his best friend to transfer. Finn was the cause of all the bad in his life, before and after meeting him. He just blamed him because its easier.
Joe had a friend, a new one, a sophomore. His friend didn't like Finn, Puck, and Sam either.
Joe didn't like his own friend, but he could bring the three boys down. All he wanted was to bring them down.
Quinn was in the corner. Her ankles were tied together, and her hand were tied behind her. She couldn't move much. The rope around her wrists where tied to a pole, and it kept her from moving away. There was a tie around her head. It covered her mouth, so her voice was muffled. There was another tie wrapped around her eyes. She couldn't see anything. This caused her hearing to heighten. It was what they wanted.
She could hear Rachel's breathing. She could also hear mumbling between Marvin and a man. They said something about being pure, paying extra. Quinn frowned. She didn't know what they were talking about. She only caught parts of the conversation. The moments she wasn't paying attention to what was being said, she was trying to find a way to get out of the ropes. She was also trying to locate Rachel.
When Marvin entered the room earlier he did was cover Quinn's eyes. Then she covered her mouth.He tied Quinn and just left her.
She heard footsteps, and the closed. She started to tug on the ropes when she heard clothes ripping. She tried all she could, then the screaming started.
Sam was walking to his locker. His locker was filled with pictures of Quinn and Rachel. He missed his sister, his best friend. She understood him. It had been four years. Four lonely, horrible years.
He walked to his classroom and sat next to Mercedes. He gave her a small smile. She was the only person he talked to except for Finn and Puck. Sam loved talking to Mercedes, she helped him forget about what had happened to his baby sister.
After the girls went missing, everyone split up. Especially when they reached high school. Santana and Brittany became cheerleaders. Mike, Matt, Puck, Finn, and Sam became football players.Puck and Santana got in many fights. Lauren joined the wrestling team. Artie joined the computer club. Mercedes, Kurt, and Tina did their own things. Sugar and Rory spend their time together. Everyone was in their own group. They barely spoke to each other.
All of their pain was there, and it got bigger when they saw each other. They didn't want to feel the guilt, so they just avoided each other if they could.
Santana was a bitch to everyone except Brittany. Puck was an ass to everyone except for Brittany, Sam, and Finn. Everyone one else stayed the same, or became quieter.
Karofsky still messed with the ex-group. He made comments about Quinn and Rachel disappearing, or as he would say, run away from them because they didn't want to be around them any longer.
Sam lost count on how many times Finn, Puck, Santana, and himself had punched Karofsky.
"It hurts," Rachel cried, as she held onto Quinn. Rachel sat on Quinn's lap. Her head on the blond's shoulder.
"I know Rach, I know," Quinn whispered, as she stroked her hair. "You're going to get through this. I'm going to help you."
Rachel nodded. "Why? Why us? Why this?" She asked, as sobs took over her body.
"I don't know Rachel. The world is just a messed up world," Quinn whispered, as she kissed Rachel's temple. "Rest. Go to sleep. Most of the pain will be gone in the morning."
"What did you do when it first happened?" Rachel asked as she began to lie down. Quinn moved to behind her.
"I cried myself to sleep. I was alone, so I just curled up and cried," Quinn whispered, as she wrapped her arms around her best friend.
"Why does it hurt this much?" Rachel asked her, looking at her best friend.
"It's the first time. After a while, it doesn't hurt as much," Quinn answered, "I don't know much, but that was sex. We never had a lesson, Sex Ed, I think. Frannie told me a little. It always hurtsThe first time."
"I hate sex," Rachel muttered, her voice full of pain.
"I do too, Rachie, I do too," Quinn responded.
"I love you Quinn," Rachel whispered, sleepily. "I love you so much."
"I love you Rachel," the blond responded, as she stared at the wall. Sullenly, sleep started to take over her body, as she fell into a nightmare filled sleep.
Running. Quinn watched as Rachel ran into a small forest. How they go into a forest, she didn't know. Quinn wanted to go with Rachel to protect her, but she decided to stay back.
"Where is she?" Marvin asked, a smirk on his face.
"I'm not telling you," Quinn responded, her fists clenched at her sides.
"You don't have to tell me. I have friends all over the place looking for her. Everything will be easier if you just told me where she is, or where she is going," Marvin told her, raising an eyebrow.
"You're lying. You don't have friends," Quinn snapped, taking a step forward. He was getting her angry.
"Ouch, that's mean. Is that what your parents taught you? To disrespect your elders?" he asked, faking shock.
"Leave us alone!" Quinn shouted, her body shaking in anger.
"Now why would I do that? You're just too much fun," he responded, giving her a smile.
"Quinn!" Someone shouted, causing both of them to turn. A man was carrying Rachel. Rachel was kicking and screaming for the man to let her go.
"Well well, guess it wasn't hard to find your little friend," Marvin commented.
"Let her go!" Quinn ordered, glaring at the man in front of her.
Marvin took out a gun. "You two are so much fun. But together, you just cause me trouble. One of you will have to go," Marvin said.
"No!" Both girls shouted, their eyes wide in shock.
"Don't hurt Rachel! Shoot me! Kill me!" Quinn shouted, hoping her best friend would live.
Marvin smiled and aimed the gun at Rachel.
Quinn woke up, breathing hard. That was the worst nightmare she ever had, and that was saying a lot. Next to her Rachel was asleep, having her own nightmare.
Pain. All she felt was pain. Pain everywhere. Rachel saw nothing. Everything was black. She could hear screaming. The screams belonged to Quinn. She sounded so far away, yet so close.
She could feel the rope cutting into her wrists. She heard voices. Male voices. They were saying how beautiful "she" was. Rachel didn't know if they were talking about her or Quinn.
Then, all she saw was Marvin.
He was smiling. He just stared at her.
"You belong to me. You and Quinn belong to me. You are nothing but dirt," he said, laughing at the broken look on her face.
"Shut up," she muttered, her body trembling. "Let us go home."
"Never. You are never going home. You'll never see your family. The only time they'll see you is at your funeral," Marvin snarled, as he took a step towards her.
"Just leave us alone," Rachel cried out, having enough of what had happened.
"You're safe Rachel. I'm here Rachie," she heard. She knew that voice anywhere. It was Quinn. "Wake up. Come on, open your eyes"
Rachel groaned. As she opened her eyes. She saw Quinn, starting down at her.
"Hey," Rachel whispered, staring at her best friend's eyes.
"Hey yourself," Quinn responded, giving the brunette a smile.
They just stared at each other, giving each other a smile. Quinn suddenly moved and crashed her lips on Rachel's.
Two days had passed. The fire in the girl's eyes had died. He did it. He broke them completely. It was over for them. Their hope was gone. All it took was for the girls to be hurt emotionally, then physically. One in pain destroyed half, two in pain, it was all over.
But he was getting bored. It was fun when they fought back. It made things entertaining.
He was watching. Watching for someone knew. Someone to bring the fire back. They were growing older, so he must get someone younger. A year or so.
He loved this. He loved this so much. He was causing pain and getting money. That was the life. He needed the money.
As sick as people thought he was, he didn't see the girls as anything except for profit.
Marvin had a baby brother. His brother was twenty-four. Marvin was thirty-one. His brother was his best friend. A few years ago, his brother had tried to commit suicide. His family had to send him away for him to get help, but money was tight. All the money Marvin earned, he would send to help his brother. He needed the money to save his brother. He didn't care if it cost another family their kids, he couldn't lose his brother.
He was doing everything for his brother. For the one person he loved in the world.