Axel sighed. “Rasia, I felt something different about you. You didn’t say anything to the police, I know that someone probably just heard you scream and called them. But there was something different about you. I can’t explain it.” He said. Axel walked over to her and just stood there.
Rasia's eyes flitted towards the ground then she glanced up at Axel. "Thank you," she whispered.
For some odd reason she didn't feel as if he'd just flick out his gun and shoot her dead anymore. She wouldn't say she trusted him completely, though.
"Can - Can you give me a ride home?" she asked.
She gave a quick nod of thanks and got out of the car. She had spent the entire drive in silence. She got inside and went straight to her bedroom and fell asleep. Her sleep was plagued with nightmares of what had happened that night.
Rasia, not knowing that someone was at her door, got ready for the day. She decided to go on a walk. She needed to clear her mind.
She opened the door and saw Axel there. Her eyes widened and she slammed the door in his face as all the fear and memories and thoughts and emotions from the previous night flooded over her.