Whispers From Winter (Chapter Eight) Mayuri FanficWhispers From Winter (Chapter Eight) Mayuri Fanfic by Phantom-Constance
“My my, you sure do fidget a lot in your sleep.”
I squeal, flying up out of bed and kicking my legs in response to his haunting voice. I place a hand on my fast moving chest. I peer through the darkness, my vision beginning to come. It was Mayuri, sitting at the end of the bed. I hurriedly, with one hand, yank down my dress that Nemu had fit me in.
“What are you doing in here?” I croak out in alarm, furrowing my eyebrows, feeling violated again.
“I do believe this is my facility, Valley,” He argues in a stoic voice, his weight lifting off the bed. “I was just here for a sample of your blood.”
I look at him crossly, hiding all spots of incision.
“Why do you need my blood?” I gulp, staring through the moonlight up into his glowing gold eyes.
“Because, you are a curious subject! I spoke with Captain Yamamoto while you decided to sleep.” He sighs, waving his hand around.
I catch a glimpse of a glass tube
Whispers from Winter (Chapter Nine) Mayuri FanficWhispers from Winter (Chapter Nine) Mayuri Fanfic by Phantom-Constance
My heart was thumping wildly in my chest; possibly because of the fear and the serum he injected into me. I sense the tingle of the pads etching against my cold skin with a delicate intensity. I was holding my breath unconsciously.
“Stop holding your breath, dimwit.” He lashes out, slamming the last pad down rather harshly.
I gasp at the pain on my thigh, peering down with a crane of my neck. It had left a rather rough red patch around the pad. I grimace at him, shooting invisible arrows into his thick head when he turns around to mess with his computer screen.
“I will give you another light injection of the serum, just enough to knock you out. I don’t want to give you an overdose…yet.” He madly laughs, flicking a load syringe.
I roll my eyes in aggravation, and rather annoyed by his sadistic humor in sticking things into people. This thought made my perverted mind come into sync and I blush, crossing my legs on the table.
Whispers From Winter (Chapter Four) Mayuri FanficWhispers From Winter (Chapter Four) Mayuri Fanfic by Phantom-Constance
I went down into the cafeteria, hoping I could scoop up some bags of chips and bottles of water. This late at night no one will question my serious ‘binge’ of chips. But, in a way I dreadfully wanted to be around people. My fingers were still shaking violently, and I fumbled with the bags of chips as if they were a football. The only people actually here were night crew cleaners and the 3rd shift nurses. I felt lonely, scared…and I wanted Mayuri around me. That odd man somehow gave me comfort in his presence, despite his interesting appearance. I wished for answers so badly I was half willing to give a leg for them.
I return to my massage room, locking the door behind me. I drop the stash of chips and water onto the massage table with an obnoxious thud. My crow jumps in alarm, cocking his head to the left with a curious glow to his eyes.
“Hey, this is for you.” I growl in apathy.
The crow squawks lightly, fluttering over to the table.
Whispers From Winter (Chapter Five) Mayuri FanficWhispers From Winter (Chapter Five) Mayuri Fanfic by Phantom-Constance
My eyes move behind my eyelids like a butterfly trying to escape a net. I heard wind chimes, lots and lots of wind-chimes. They rang out with a brass melody, their skin must be bronze. I swirl my fingers back and forth, silk and cotton running between my digits. I attempt to move my delicate legs, but it does not happen. Muffled voices soon collide with the sound of the wind-chimes. Why can’t I open my eyes? I try to scream, but it was useless. Goosebumps ride my skin as something very, very icy touches my right foot. I attempt to yank it back, but once more, my leg ignores my wishes. As times passes back, and the fog begins to clear from my racing mind, I can begin to make out legitimate words.
“I don’t see anything unusual about her; she’s just a mundane girl.”
Mundane…where have I heard that before? Wait, Mayuri?
“It’s best she stays in the hospital till tomorrow, I will run some more tests to make sure it isn’t som
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