"Thank you Mama Lo for this gracious hospitality." The female bear looked over her shoulder at Urian and growled at him. He knew he was never welcome anywhere when people knew what he had done. He was ashamed of it himself. "Your room is here." Urian nodded at the bear, who looked ready to maim him. Once he was in the room he dropped his bag, and sat on the edge of the bed. He did not wish to be in New Orléans, but Acheron said he was needed here, so here he was. Urian nearly laid down when he heard the faintest sound of crying from the next room. Urian stood and walked to the door that connected the two rooms. Urian softly knocked on the door only to hear no response. All he heard on the other side was the crying getting louder and sounds of obvious pain. Urian jiggled the handle of the door to find it obviously locked. Urian took a step back and, hearing the obvious distress, kicked in the door, then rushed to the young woman writhing on the bed. He quickly ran to her and began shaking her, trying desperately to wake her. "Wake up!" Urian barely noticed when the other was thrown open, and Mama Lo and Remi both ran in to see what was going on. As Urian continued trying to wake the sleeping woman, she let out one piercing scream. Her eyes then flew open to look straight into the dark blue eyes of the man holding her. She then let out another scream and called out for Remi, whilst struggling against Urian's strong hold.
Remi flew into action upon hearing her scream for him. He grabbed Urian by the collar and threw him back into a wall, then grabbed Lilika and held her tightly to him while she cried and shook violently. Urian was barely able to stand when Mama Lo grabbed him by the collar and dragged him out of the room. "Why were in there with Lilika, Urian?" Urian jerked away from the angry bearswan. "I heard her crying and screaming. My fucking integrity got the best of me." "Urian do not get mixed up with Lilika. It's bad enough she has my son in her grasp, I don't want anymore going down with her." Urian gave Nicolette a hard stare. "What has she done that is so evil?" "She is the daughter of Savitar. Stay away." Nicolette gave him another harsh look and slammed the door on her way out. "Since when does Savitar have a daughter? Or a child for that matter?" And why did Urian have the bad feeling that he knew her.
Remi finally calmed Lilika enough for her to fall back to sleep, and that is when he stormed into the next room to try to kill Urian. All Urian knew was that he was being slammed into a wall by an angry Arcadian bear. "Why the fuck were you in my room?!" "I heard a girl in distress so I playing hero! Now get the hell off bear!" Remi loosened his grip enough for Urian to stand on the floor, but he didn't let go. "All I could hear was her crying like she was in some sort of horrible pain and I wasn't going to let someone hurt a woman, which wasn't the case but I didn't know that, so I went to help." Remi let out a deep growl and let Urian go. "Don't go near her again." With those last words Remi walked out the connecting door and slammed the, now broken, door. "Dammit. I never catch a fucking break." Urian finally growled at himself and plopped himself down for some much-needed sleep.
Lilika awoke the next morning in a sea of pillows and blankets. To her discomfort, she was alone. Again. "I hate waking up alone." She groaned and turned over, leaning on her upper arm for support but quickly fell back on her back from the pain in her arm. She looked down to see a huge bruise on her arm in the shape of a hand, looking quickly she saw it was on both arms. "Remi?!" Lilika called out with no answer. She jumped off the bed and ran out the door, only to crash into something, or was it someone?
Lilika and the person under her fell to the ground with a loud thump. She opened her violet eyes and looked into the blue ones of the man beneath her. "I am so sorry!" Lilika jumped up and offered a hand of help to the man who was on the ground. "It's alright. I always prefer my women on top anyway." The man grabbed her hand and let her help him up. "Bad pickup line cher." Lilika laughed at the tall man, who stood at least a foot or more above her. "The name is Urian, babe." "I'm Lilika. Nice to meet ya." The two shared a small look before Lilika heard Remi calling for her from downstairs. "See ya later Urian." Urian watched her go down the stairs with a deadly sway of her perfect hourglass figure. "See ya."