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Murder (Part I)

Umair's POV:

I checked the time on my Rolex. It was around 6:30 p.m, soon it will be dark. I picked up my coat and babe’s keys. I entered the garage and was relieved that there was no longer any sign of torment on my sweetheart. Oh yes, I call what that bitch did as torment because even a single scratch on such a beauty is unacceptable.

Oh how I can’t wait to make her suffer for touching my darling but right now I have to handle a gold digger.

I got in my car and her engine’s sweet purr boosted my mood a bit.

“I am so sorry sweetheart for what you had to go through. I am gonna make that bitch pay for what she did to you.”

I assured my Audi S5 that I won’t let her tormentor live in peace.

“How can someone be so arrogant in front of me! UMAIR SHAH! HOW?! She didn’t even apologize.”

I shouted frustrated as I replayed the university girl’s arrogant behaviour in my head. I was pulled out of my thoughts by my cell phone’s vibration.

“What the fuck is wrong with you? Can’t you wait?” I asked her completely pissed.

“I have been waiting since last thirty minutes. Can you please hurry. Stress is not good for me.” Malia replied crossly.

“Fuckoff!” I yelled and threw my cell on the backseat.

“How dare she threaten me? Noone has ever dared to say a word against my will.”

I was completely shocked by her courage. But then a satisfied smirk crept up my lips as I thought about how I am going to send her to hell

“Honey I can’t wait to see you plead.” I relaxed.

I reached the seaside wall and parked my car. There were very few cars parked here. I stepped out, approached the wall and appreciated violent waves breaking against the deadly rocks at the opposite side of the wall. The tide was pretty high.

“So you finally reached.” She said in a sing-song voice.

“Yes, sweetheart. Sorry for being late. I got caught up.” I replied sweetly while turning around.

I was wondering how she found me so quickly. Seaview wall is pretty big.

“I knew you would come to this place because it’s the most secluded part.” She said with a wave of her hand.

Gold digger has a bit of brain.

“Intelligent. Anyways let’s just get over with it. I don’t want you to get tired.”

I faked concern and saw a flicker of hope in her dark brown eyes.

Damn, this is so much fun, I can’t wait to see to those hopeful eyes turn into dead eyes.

I smirked at my thought. People who mess with me deserve to die.

“Thank you for caring. I just want you to take responsibility for this child. I don’t want her to grow up without a proper family.” She placed a hand on my shoulder.

“Are you proposing that we should get married?” My voice came out shocked.

I covered her hand with mine.

Wow, what a fool to think that I’ll actually marry her.

I scoffed.

I sincerely hope she finds a stepdad for her baby in hell.

“I just want a safe future for my kid.” She replied with a small smile.

“Don’t misunderstand me darling but I am pretty sure that you want to get married on certain terms and conditions.” My voice was laced with venom.

Her hand stiffened in my grip at my tone.

“Yes, I do have certain conditions since I don’t trust you.” She whispered with fear.

“Feel free to voice your concerns darling. I don’t want you stressed in such condition.” I took control of my emotions and faked politeness.

She looked at me as if I had grown two heads. Her eyes were clearly showing her fear and doubts.

She’s not as stupid as I thought she is.

“I want you to mention in the documents that in case of our divorce you’ll give 40% of your property to me and my child.” She replied cautiously.

Oh, my sweet little gold digger that’s what I was waiting for.

I squeezed her hand and pulled her a bit closer. She shivered due to the close proximity and fear. Sun was about to set and it would soon be dark. Although Jelal would have done it anywhere with ease I wanted to personally hand her over to the grim reaper for her journey to hell.

I climbed up the wall and extended my hand. She caught it and hesitantly climbed up as well.

Oops, I guess I was wrong when I thought that she’s intelligent. How can she so easily fall into my trap?!

I slowly turned her towards the sea and hugged her from the back. She stiffened even more.

“Look at the beautiful sea. I can’t wait for the day when my small but perfect family will enjoy its view.” I spoke huskily.

I could hear the roar of the sea and the thought of her breaking against those waves pleased me.

She missed “my” instead of our in my sentence. BTW never in a million years will I bring my family to such a local place.

I thought completely disgusted. At that moment I felt like as if someone was watching me.

I turned back but there was no one except for a car that was already parked when I arrived here. She turned back as well.

“What happened? Is everything alright?” She asked in a confused tone.

I decided this was the best time to get this over with.

“No honey nothing is alright. Your face is making me want to rip your intestines out.” My cold reply shook her. Her face turned white with fear.

I smirked satisfied by her reaction.

“W-what are you saying? Y-you just agreed to get m-married to m-me.” She stuttered.

“I just thought it would be kind to agree with your dying wish.” I smiled evilly.

“W-what do you m-mean?” She took a step back.

I couldn’t bear her voice anymore. I pulled out my Smith and Wesson handgun and pointed it in between her eyes.

“Shutup or I’ll torture you to lengths that you’ll beg me to kill you.” I replied in a calm but dangerous tone.

“P-please just let me go. I don’t want anything just let me go.” She whimpered.

“Good Bye!” I said completely emotionless.

With that, I shot her exact in between her eyes. She fell back with a thud against the rocks. The high tide washed her away.

Once again I felt like someone was watching me but there was no one.

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