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You give her the punishment she craves.

There was a tiny bag of white powder inside.'

'Oh, fuck, no!' she cursed. 'That explains everything.' I had never seen her look so worried. Roz never swore.

'What's wrong?'

'Coke, Anna. That's what's bloody wrong!'

'It wasn't my fault, please,' I begged. She was beginning to scare me. For the second time in one day a strong, self-controlled woman was falling apart at the mention of a drug.

'You're right,' she sighed. 'It's not your fault.' We pulled over to the side of the road.

She closed her eyes and breathed deeply, still holding onto the steering wheel.

'Roz? Are you ok?'

'I know why she lost it with you now. It all makes sense...' she took another deep breath and looked at me. 'Our brother died on his twenty-first birthday. He got drunk, took some cocaine and didn't wake up the next morning.'

'When she saw it in my bag she looked like she was going to cry... I'm so sorry Roz.'

'It's no excuse Anna. What she did to you was completely wrong, even if she usually wouldn't.'

'Will she be ok?' I asked, now genuinely worried about her.

'Erica can be a cold hearted bitch when she wants to be. If she was stampeded by an angry herd of bulls she'd still be ok,' she snarled.

I had no idea what that was supposed to mean. They always seemed so close. I'd never seen Erica like that before but I knew she wasn't indestructible.

I said nothing for the rest of the journey, which turned out to be rather uncomfortable. And not just because of my welts.

Twenty minutes later we pulled into the drive and parked in the garage.

'Ok? There's no one else in so don't worry about that.' 'I'm sorry I snapped at you,' she sighed. 'Erica really does my head in sometimes.'

'It's ok, I get it,' I replied quietly.

'Let's get you in a nice hot bath and clean up those welts, yes?'

'Thanks Roz,' I smiled weakly.

'You remind me a little of my Julia,' she said looking at me with her head tilted to the side. 'I wished she would find someone to experiment with that would take care of her, like Erica did with you... I'm so sorry Anna, you deserve better.' Roz looked seriously upset.

'Don't be sorry. It's not your fault.'

'I know, I know, but still; it shouldn't have happened. Sorry Anna. I shouldn't be standing here going on at you like this. Let's get you that bath and some lunch.'

I took a long, hot bath, some painkillers and managed to eat a bread roll for lunch. I soon began to feel the effect of the painkillers, also the welcome side effect of drowsiness. In the spare room, upstairs I fell into a deep, involuntary sleep.


I sat unclothed and shivering at the foot of a huge oak tree in the middle of a field. The tree was the only one around but all I could see in all directions were more fields. It was far from being a warm day; the wind was blowing and the sky posed the threat of rain any second. I had no idea how I had gotten there. In an attempt to stay warm I curled up into a little ball and rocked myself backwards and forwards.

After a few minutes I saw a figure running towards me. I knew exactly who it was just from the way they moved.

'How did you get all the way out here Darling?' she asked, crouching down to look me in the eye.

I looked up at her but I couldn't bring myself to reply. Her bright green eyes bored into me searching for an answer, an answer I didn't know.

'Please don't be angry with me...' I whispered.

'I'm not angry with you Anna,' she said, her expression softening. She took her coat off and wrapped me up in it.

Before I got the chance to thank her she had begun to take off her sweater also. Her scarf and her shirt soon added to the pile of clothes on the ground. Now the only clothing she wore on her top half was her bra.

'Erica, what-,' she cut me off mid-sentence.

'Sssh, Sweetheart,' she insisted, under her breath. Before long she had stripped down to her underwear.

'But it's so cold...' I murmured.

'That's why we need to get you dressed. Come here Pet.'

'This is silly Erica,' I said mov

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