“Any. I’d suggest something on the second floor. My balcony is basically the only place to escape from, there’s no electrical stuff there.” She stated, as the light from the sun slowly slipped away and was replaced with the faint glowing of moonlight. She crept up into her room and opened the balcony door quietly, “C’mon.”
Camryn slowly tiptoed after Violet, careful not to make any noise. She stepped onto the balcony and closed the door behind her. She let out a breath she didn't know she was hold and whispered, "What now?"
Camryn paused, thinking. "Yeah, you're right. It's the only way to escape." She reached out to grab Violets' shoulder because she was terrified that Violet might fall. "Wait," Camryn said. "I'll go back inside and get a mattress that we can throw to the ground so we don't get hurt, okay?"
Violet waited until the mattress was below her to jump. With a small cry, she let go and landed on the mattress. “C’mon Camryn!” She shouted up, stepping off the mattress and beckoning for Camryn to jump after her.
Camryn nodded and swallowed nervously. "Okay," she said with a small voice. She stood up on the balcony railing and bent her knees to jump. But with a yelp cut off, she slipped off of the railing and fell the wrong way, back onto the balcony.
She winced and held her knee, which was bloody. She looked around the dark veranda with seaching eyes. She was certain that she'd felt something grab her.
Camryn nodded and began to hoist herself up when she was thrown to the ground. She screamed and kicked wildly at the cold object latched onto her foot. She felt another object seize her other foot and began to drag her back into the dark house.
She screamed again and shot her hands out to grab the open door. The objects pulled and her hands slid off. She was dragged across Violet's room, and when she opened her mouth to yell again, another hard metal object clamped around her mouth, snapping it closed. She turned her head to look at her assilant and found herself staring into unblinking purple eyes...
The seconds that followed were cold and empty, a wave a panic struck Violet. “Camryn..? CAMRYN!?” She yelled, breathing heavily as she started to climb back up the balcony. Thankfully, their landscapers had accidentally left their ladder. Violet quickly moved it over and clambered up it, peering inside the hallway. “Camryn? Are you there?”