A/N: Sorry it took so long. But, i warned you. Enjoy and review please!
Hair? Check. Makeup? Check. Audrey was pacing now making sure she wasn't forgetting anything. There was a knock on the door and Audrey quickly looked at the clock. He is twenty minutes early. She answered the door nervously.
"You're here early," she said while opening the door. When the door was open enough for her to see him, she realized it wasn't Jack. The man pushed the door the rest of the way open and grabbed Audrey by the arm. Audrey tried to scream, but the man clasped his hand over her mouth before she could. She tried to fight him off, but the man was much stronger. He dragged her outside and closed the door to Audrey's house. He put her in the trunk of his car.
Jack couldn't help but feel nervous for their date. He made one final mental checklist to make sure he wasn't forgetting anything. He grabbed his keys and headed for his car
She could feel the car starting and the man driving away. She screamed knowing that it was of no use. After a while, the car stopped. The trunk door opened and Audrey screamed hoping someone would hear her. The man put a piece of duck tape over her mouth then pulled her out of the trunk. She looked around and realized they were in the middle of nowhere. There probably wasn't a single person in a ten-mile radius.
The man held on to Audrey's arm and fished through the trunk for rope. When he found it, he tied Audrey's hands and legs. He brought her around to the front seat and let her sit there. He went around to the driver's seat and started the car. He drove off again.
Jack knocked on the door, for a third time. His heart sank a little. Had she forgotten? He walked morosely back to his car. He grabbed his cell phone and decided to call her. There was no answer.
How could she have forgotten? It was her idea. He started his car and drove back to the hotel. He thought about it more when he got there. He went to the bar hoping to drown out his horrible night. Just when he thought things couldn't get worse, Rachel sat down next to him.
"Hey," Rachel said. "Bad night?"
"You could say that," Jack said.
"Something with your girlfriend?" Rachel asked.
"I don't want to talk about it," Jack replied.
"It might make you feel better," she said. Jack thought for a minute. What harm could it do?
"We were supposed to go out tonight," Jack said.
"What happened?" Rachel asked.
"I went to pick her up and she wasn't there," Jack said.
"God, what is wrong with that woman? Honestly, the only thing that would keep me from going on a date with someone as hot as you would be if I got kidnapped or died or something like that," Rachel said. She looked up at Jack and saw him quickly pulling out his wallet and finding money so he could leave. "Relax, Jack, I wasn't coming on to you."
"No, I know," Jack said. "I have to go."
He ran out to his car. What if something horrible had happened to Audrey? He knew it might be crazy but then again maybe not. Stranger things have happened. Jack thought back to when he had gone to pick her up and whether there was any sign that something was wrong. He remembered that the light was on inside. If Audrey really had been home she would have at least opened the door to tell him that she didn't want to go. He rushed to her place just hoping she was okay.
They were finally stopping for good this time. Outside, Audrey saw an abandoned building. Right in the middle of nowhere. The man came around to her side of the car and took her out. He led her inside the building and sat her down in an empty room. He left the room closing the door behind him.
Audrey's legs were still tied but she tried to get to the door anyways. She managed to get there and, of course, found it locked. She went back to the chair and started to cry. What did he want with her? Would he ever let her go? She tried to stay calm but couldn't. Then she remembered. Jack. He was supposed to pick her up a while ago. He probably realized she was missing. She hoped he'd realize. She had to believe he'd find her.
Jack found the door to be unlocked. Audrey was nowhere to be found. It didn't seem like there was any kind of struggle. He tried to call her again, but this time he knew she didn't have her phone. It was ringing in her purse by the door. If Audrey just left, she would've taken her purse and her phone. Jack called the police. They might be able to find her. Not that he would stop looking. The police told him to stay where he was and that they would be there soon. In the meantime, Jack called Secretary Heller.
"What do you mean she's missing?" Heller asked. "Nevermind, I'll be there in five minutes."
Jack hung up and waited.