I present to you another chapter! :D


Finally it was the weekend. Lily was relieved to have a break. Not from the school work, but from Damien. He was in all of her classes. She highly doubted that was a coincidence. He also sat close to her in every class. Whether it was right next to her desk or behind her, he was always close by. The worst part was that it was hard to ignore him. She hated to admit that Kenny might be right about her nature but she couldn't help it. She wasn't used to acting mean towards anyone. Damien would sit there and ask her questions about her life and the things she was interested in. Occasionally if it was a simple question she would answer, but she tried her best to ignore him.

Kenny had texted her in the morning to meet him and some people to see The Avengers at the theater in the next town over. She got to the theater a few minutes before anyone else got there. Kenny and Kyle arrived soon after.

"You ready to go in?" She asked.

"Not yet," Kenny said, "We're waiting for one more person."

Before she could ask who, she saw Damien running up to them. She sent a mean glare to Kenny.

"I can't believe you would betray me like that," she said.

Kenny gave her a completely innocent look, "All I have done is invite my two best friends to come with Kyle and me to the movies. Whether those two people have a previous connection or not is out of my control."

She just rolled her eyes at his lame excuse. Damien caught up to the three of them.

"Hi," he said to them.

"Hey, Damien," Kyle said while Kenny just waved.

Damien turned to see if Lily would give him any greeting, but she just walked into the theater. That was slightly better than the many things she could have done.

They all walked into the now darkening theater and sat towards the back. Kyle sat in the end seat with Kenny next to him, and then Damien. Unfortunately since there was no seat next to Kyle, Lily was forced to sit by the teenage demon.

The movie started playing. Damien had agreed to come because he wanted to see Lily again. However he hadn't realized that the movie they were seeing had made several previous movies that explain almost every character's back story. They were less than three minutes into the movie, and he was already lost.

"Hey," he whispered to Kenny, "Who's that guy?"

Kenny just shushed him. The blonde didn't like talking to people during movies, and this was one film he wanted to see.

Damien sighed when he realized Kenny was going to be no help. Kyle was too far away to ask anything without drawing attention. That left one other person, and he doubted she would want to help him, but he was too confused to care. The movie was over two hours long, and that's a long time have no idea what's going on.

"Lily," he whispered to her.

She glared at him, "What do you want?"

"Who is that guy on screen?" He asked.

She sighed, "That's Loki, the bad guy. He's also Thor's brother."

Now he was lost again, "Who's Thor? That guy?"

"No, that's Hawkeye," she said, "Thor comes in later."

"...okay," he said, trying to understand.

She sighed, "If you don't understand the movie, maybe you should just leave."

He shrugged, "It looks interesting. Besides, the main reason I came is to be with you."

She frowned, "You're not even trying to hide it?"

"I doubt there would be a reason to," he said, "My motive is fairly obvious."

She hated how he could be so forward when he knew everything he was saying was only going to make her mad.

"I've already seen this movie," she said as she stood up from her seat. She leaned over to talk to Kenny, "I have to go take care of Shawn. Thanks for the invite though."

While Kenny really wanted to ask her to stay, he didn't want to force her. He was trying to help Damien, but if she felt cornered it wouldn't help at all. He just nodded and whispered good bye to her.

Damien felt defeated as he watched her walk out of the theater without glancing back once, but he wanted to give her space so he didn't follow her.


She walked out into the parking lot. It was cold outside and getting a little dark. When she got close to her car, she heard someone walking up to her. Immediately assuming it was Damien she got mad.

"Stop followi-" she started to say before she realized it wasn't Damien.

A tall teenager with dark brown hair was standing by her. Her face turned bright red from the embarrassment.

"I'm sorry," she said quickly, "I thought you were someone else."

The unknown boy just smiled, "It's okay," he said as he walked away.

She let out a deep breath. She had to get a hold of herself. She unlocked the car and opened up the back door to throw her purse inside. She let out a shocked gasp when she was instantly pushed inside by someone. Someone pinned her wrists above her head and forced her to lay down on the back seat of her car. To her surprise it was the boy she had seen just seconds ago.

"What the hell?" She said, "What are you trying to do?"

He smirked, "I should thank you for parking your car in such a secluded area of the parking lot. I don't think anyone will be able to see us from here."

Her eyes widened and she desperately tried to pull out of his grip, but he was too strong.

"Just get out of here," she said, trying desperately to sound brave.

That only amused him more.

"You seem very feisty," he said, "I wonder how long it will take me to break that spirit."

Her blood froze at those words. She was completely terrified of all the things he could do, and most likely was going to do, to her. She opened her mouth to scream for help, but he stopped her by covering it with his own. His tongue entered into her mouth and explored the unwilling opening. As soon as she got an opportunity, she bit down hard. He instantly pulled back and slapped her across the face.

"You little bitch," he murmured as he tried to move his tongue around. A small trail of blood came out of his mouth.

Deciding kissing wasn't an option, he took out a filthy rag from his pocket and quickly tied it around her mouth. She tried to use her tongue to push it out, but the knot was too secure.

"That takes care of that," he said smugly. He looked down at her clothes, "Now what should we do about these?"


They were now about fifteen minutes into the movie. They introduced a scary but still very sexy red-haired girl and someone who apparently was a scientist or doctor who helped people in India. Damien wasn't really concerned with the movie though. He suddenly had this terrible feeling, like something was horribly wrong. He wasn't sure what it was about, but he didn't like this feeling at all.


Lily continued to struggle against her captor. He started licking and biting her neck while fondling her sensitive breasts. She felt like she was going to vomit.

"You're so hot," he said in between his kisses, "This is really your own fault for being such a tease."

His hand moved down to her zipper. She tried to kick him away, but the hand still got inside and pushed her pants down half way. His fingers moved around her more private area.

"Not very wet," he commented, "but you can probably handle it."

She tried to hold back tears as he went to unzip his own pants. She couldn't believe this was happening all over again.

"Ready?" He asked but obvious would have continued either way.

She closed her eyes. A burst of cold air entered the car as the door was flung open. She suddenly felt all the weight of the teenager be pulled off of her. She opened up her eyes and tore out the dirty gag. She was shocked at what was happening outside the car.

Damien was beating the other boy to a bloody pulp. The boy was practically begging for mercy, but Damien wasn't going to give him any. He was punching and kick every inch of his victims body. Not a single inch would be a spared of bruising.

"That's enough," Lily yelled, mostly because she was afraid if he continued he may kill the boy.

Damien listened to her and stopped. He was panting from exhaustion. He looked over at Lily, who was still inside the car.

"Are you okay?" He asked.

She nodded, still stunned by everything that had just happened.

He turned away from her.

"You should probably put your pants back on," he said, "I won't look."

She tried to push herself out of her shocked state and pulled her jeans back on. When she felt like she had enough strength to do so she stood up.

"Did he do anything," Damien asked, deeply concerned.

She shook her head, "He almost did, but you came just in time."

He sighed in relief, "I'm glad."

She looked over at the boy, who was struggling to stand up.

"What the hell," he said to Damien, "You didn't have to be that rough."

Damien glared at him, fire literally burning in his eyes.

"I can do a lot worse if you want," he threatened.

The boy tried to laugh but he was obviously scared.

"No thanks, because I would feel bad if I end up hurting you," he said. He decided this wasn't worth any trouble and walked away, limping slightly from his many injuries.

"Do you want me to go after him?" Damien asked.

"No," she said, "I don't think he'll be causing any trouble."

"I'm sorry I couldn't stop him before any of this happened," he said.

"This had nothing to do with you," she said, "I should have been more cautious."

He nodded. Seeing as she was fine, he decided to walk away before she got mad at him for talking to her.

"Where are you going?" She called out to him.

He turned back around, surprised, "I thought you would want me to leave."

"I can't do that after you just saved me. No matter how mad I am at you, that would be extremely ungrateful. Do you need a ride home?" she asked.

Since he had taken the bus there and didn't have another way to get home, he accepted the offer. They both got into the car, and she started driving. Her thoughts felt completely messed up. Her mind told her to continue hating him, throw him out of the car this instant, but her heart wanted to accept him again. She had no idea what she was going to do.

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