Taya receives an unexpected shock when she's moved to a different part of the rehabilitation facility and introduced to her new roommate. The deeper inside the rehabilitation experience, the stranger things get. When a chance to escape the facility presents itself, will Taya's resentment of the process be enough for her to risk everything to get away?Genre: FICTION / Fantasy / Paranormal
“This has to be a mistake,” I said in disbelief as I stared into Chris Abbot's blue eyes.
He looked equally as stunned, glancing from my face to Bonnie's. “Hey . . . Taya. What are you doing here?”
“She's going to be your new roommate," Bonnie informed us.
“There must be some mistake,” I told her, not wanting to offend Chris, but knowing this couldn't be right.
“Oh, it's no mistake, dear. This is a co-ed dorm. Now, I'm sure the two of you are mature enough to share a room together.”
“Isn't there another female you could room me with?” I could tell my desperation to be roomed elsewhere was hurting Chris, but I didn't care. There was no way I would share a room with him, not after all we had gone through in the past. “I can't be roomed with him,” I insisted.
“You have no choice, dear. This is the only space we have left. Go ahead and get settled in.”
“I'll switch with someone else. Find someone for me to switch with.”
“It doesn't work that way here. You'll just have to make do.” She turned to walk back to the help desk, but I gave chase.
“Is there someone above you that I could speak to?” my tone took a rude turn. Making enemies wasn't my intention, but this rooming situation was not going to work. Besides, this was a rehabilitation facility, not a prison. My desires should carry some weight.
Bonnie turned to me. “I didn't make the room assignments. Someone above me did. Contacting them about it would just be a waste of both of our time.”
“Could you do it anyway?” my voice softened, though I wasn't sure if it was because I felt bad I had angered her, or because I knew we were being watched by the other werewolves in the common area.
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