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Lux 0. I didn't know anything. Forcing my eyes open, I blinked at the harsh lights shining down on me. For a moment, I couldn't see around their bright glow. Everything had an aura. But finally it cleared, and I saw a white ceiling behind the lights. You're awake. I tried to look toward the source, but pain shot down my body, curling my toes. I couldn't move my neck, my arms, or my legs.
Icy horror drenched my veins. Onyx bands were around my neck, my wrists, my ankles, holding me down. Panic erupted, seizing the air in my lungs. I thought about the bruises Dawson had seen around Beth's neck. A shudder of revulsion and fear rocked through me. The sound of footsteps neared, and a face, cocked sideways, came into view, blocking the light.
It was an older man, maybe in his late forties, with dark hair sprinkled with gray buzzed close to the scalp. He wore a military uniform in dark green.
There were three rows of colorful buttons above the left breast and a winged eagle on the right. Even in my pain-clouded mind and confusion, I knew this guy was important. I blinked slowly, wondering if this man was being serious. My heart rate kicked up as I stared at him. Where in the hell was I? Was I still at Mount Weather?
I'm going to release you so we can talk and you can be looked over. Do you see the dark dots in the ceiling? My gaze followed his, and then I saw the almost invisible blotches. You know what the onyx does, and if you fight us, this room will fill up with it. Whatever resistance you've built won't help you here. At Mount Weather, it had just been a puff in the face. Not an endless stream of it. While it does not have the same painful effects of onyx, in large enough quantities, and when onyx is in use, it has the ability to drain Luxen, leaving them unable to draw from the Source.
It will have the same effect on you. With hybrids, we never know the extent of your abilities. Do you understand, Katy? That is not what Daedalus is about. And it is far from what we are.
You may not believe that right now, but we hope you will come to understand what we are about. The truth behind who we are and who the Luxen are. There was a loud click, and the bands lifted on their own, sliding off my neck and ankles. Letting out a shaky breath, I slowly lifted my trembling arm. Entire parts of my body felt either numb or hypersensitive.
He placed a hand on my arm, and I flinched. The sergeant had me upright in a few seconds. I clutched the edges of the table to keep myself steady as I took in several breaths. My head hung from my neck like a wet noodle, and my hair slid over my shoulders, shielding the room for a moment.
That should pass. He held a paper cup in his hand and what looked like a manual pressure cuff in the other. Slowly, my eyes traveled over the room. It reminded me of a weird doctor's office, outfitted with tiny tables with instruments on them, cabinets, and black hoses hooked to the wall. When motioned forward by the sergeant, the man in the lab coat approached the table and carefully held the cup to my mouth.
Movement out of the corner of my eyes drew my attention. My head swiveled toward it. The parking garage wasn't huge, so I could make out the form of Mel's head through the back window of her car. Thinking that's what had caught my attention, I started to turn back, but then a tall male walked out from behind one of the beams near the wide doors lining the opening of the garage.
His purposeful strides carried him into a beam of light. Holy hot guy,,, I was struck by how good-looking the man was: The jeans appeared tailored, cut to fit his long legs.
Where I stood in shadows, I wasn't worried about being caught checking out the fine specimen of a man. There was no way he could see me, so I looked,,,and I may've drooled a little. Or a lot.
I was admiring how the jeans framed his perfect ass when he passed the overhead light and-what in the hell? He just vanished! Like he just blinked out of the space or was sucked up into a black hole. He was there one second and gone the next. Alarmed, I took a step forward. A chill snaked down my spine. Was this a dream? Or was Mel's hallucination contagious, because this was really like what she had said in the bar, but- But then I saw him behind Mel's car, off to the right.
There was absolutely no way he could've gotten there without me seeing him. Impossible, but there he was, head cocked to the side. A certain, bone-deep dread settled like stones in my stomach, weighting me to the cement beneath my feet.
The keys dangled useless in my hands. Suddenly, I was back in the bar and Mel's words were replaying over and over in my head. He's not human. Shocked and absolutely stupefied, I watched the man raise his arm. At the same time, the driver's door opened and Mel's head popped out, as if the man had called out to her, but I hadn't heard him over the pounding of my heart. I opened my mouth to yell out to Mel, but the air filled with electricity, raising the tiny hairs all over my body.
Overhead lights flickered and then in a rapid succession, they blew one after another, showering sparks like raindrops. Each mini explosion was like a gunshot, silencing my shriek as I jumped back, knocking into the hood of my car. Darkness descended, but it only lasted a second.
An unnatural, intense whitish-blue light lit up the front part of the parking garage and- oh God -it was coming from the man. Like lightning, it came from within him, radiating from his shoulder and spreading down his arm, twisting and crackling until it reached his palm. Mell screamed in the same instant I yelled for her. The pulse of light shot from his hand, arcing like lightning. It struck the back of her car.
My heart stopped. The keys fell from my hands.
Whitish-blue light swallowed Mel's car. For a second, the air stilled and everything went silent. Heat rolled back in violent waves and the light flared, blinding for a second before the explosion rocked through the parking garage. Chapter 2 The call came in seconds before I was to board the private jet bound for the backwoods of West Virginia. I almost ignored it, because when the goddamn cell rang, it was always a load of shit I didn't want to deal with.
But "didn't want" and "had to" were never in agreement. Yanking the damn thing out of the duffel bag, I didn't look at the caller ID before I answered. Not like it could be a lot of people. Get to the point. I have a plane to catch.
Son of a bitch. With great effort, I forced my grip to loosen. I'd lost many of my cells in the past this way. Zombro took my silence as submission. Since there is a community of Luxen in that area, we will be in need of your assistance. Off in the horizon, the last of the sun dipped over the mountain, casting an orangey glow over the flat, sandstone rocks.
Tiny bits of the rock gleamed in the fading light. Fucking beta quartz. Did you hear me? I kicked off the wall. The pilot has been given instructions. Get there and await further contact. The little rat bastard liked doing that. Being the one to end the call gave the fucking twerp some kind of sense of power. Annoying, yes, but seriously laughable. In Zombro's wildest dreams, he could never be as ruthlessly strong or deadly as me, and the officer knew it.
I shook out my shoulders, but the tension lingered deep in my muscles. Casting a glance back at the hangar, my eyes narrowed in a clear, potent warning. Another of my kind drifted further into the shadows, backing off so quickly I had to think he was clever and valued his life. Making sure the other wasn't going to try anything, I didn't turn my back until I was confident the other remained where it hid.
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