“Mom, where’d you go? Please don’t leave me behind,” said Madelyn.
Zach looked at the scene before him. It seemed he was witnessing a Madelyn who had already gone
mad. His imposing figure loomed over her as he slowly approached. “Why are you kneeling on the
ground? Get up.”
“What are you here for? You scared my mom away,” Madelyn said calmly.
Zach pulled her up with one swift motion. “Take a good look. There’s no one else in this room besides
you and me.”
“You’re talking nonsense. I clearly saw my mom. She talked to me a lot. She said that if I’m tired, she’ll
take me away from here. It’s all because of you. It’s all your fault! You drove my mom away! Why’d you
Zach seemed to experience heartbreak for the first time as he watched how he had driven Madelyn
step by step into madness, pushing her into hell to achieve his goals. He should never have crossed
that line. Now it allowed her to manipulate him easily.
Zach had faced numerous shootouts, never losing his composure or feeling fear as he repeatedly
survived deadly situations. Everything he did had a purpose, using any means necessary to achieve
his goals. Zach manipulated people and situations effortlessly, except when it came to Madelyn.
Watching her suffer to the point of being unrecognizable, he could not help but feel a hint of remorse,
questioning if it was regret.
Zach held her, his hand on her shoulder, allowing Madelyn to cry and go mad as she pleased. He
preferred her in this state over her previous calm and composed facade, pretending that everything
“Let me go! I want my mom! Let go of me!” Madelyn struggled but was held firmly in place. Suddenly,
she bit down hard on his shoulder. Even though she tasted blood, he refused to release his grip.
Heremained unfazed, allowing her to vent her
Zach wore a black shirt, but he could feel warmth and a piercing pain on his shoulder. They remained
in that position for over ten minutes before Zach turned his head and asked, “Had enough?” His
profound gaze carried an emotion different from
Madelyn pushed him away. She lowered her head, and her tousled long hair covered her face. After a
long pause, she found her voice again, “T’in sorry, I’m sick. It wasn’t intentional.”
Madelyn did nothing wrong but was the first to apologize. She continued, “Try to stay away from me in
the future. Maybe I’ll suffer a little less that way and have less dark thoughts. You should apply some
medicine on your own. I’m tired, I want to rest for a while.”
Zach watched as she transformed back into her calm, non-angry demeanor. She wiped the tears from
her face and stepped onto the bed with her bare feet before crawling under the covers and hiding
‘I acted so crazily against him and even bit him. Will he find a way to retaliate? Forget it. I’m already in
this state. How much worse can it get?’
Zach removed all the furniture blocking the door and carefully closed it behind him as he left.
Jadie approached with concern. She looked into the room but could not see anything except darkness.
“Zach, is Madelyn okay? I heard some noise just now. Did you two fight?”
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