"Micheal?" Lillian breathed out, feeling a gut-wrenching shiver to ooze through her body.

"Yes, it is me, my love." Micheal's arms tightened around her as his lips brushed across her earlobe.

Lillian closed her eyes, sucking in a deep breath through her teeth. As her eyelids snapped open again, hot boiling rage flashed through her. She clenched her fists at her sides, whipped around and shoved forcefully at Micheal's chest.

"Where is my mother?" she demanded. "Where are my babies?" her voice was as cold as ice.

"Calm down, sweetheart. Our children are fine."

"Calm down?" Lillian scoffed agitated. "Shut the fuck up."

"Watch it, Lillian." Micheal's eyes darkened.

Lillian bared her teeth.

"You know what... I admit I was foolish to think I could change you. Very foolish to fall in love with you. But the one thing I don't regret is my children. My. Children!" she gritted the last part slowly, pinning him with a hostile look. "After what you did to me. I feel nothing but undying hatred for you. That is what you wanted, right Micheal?" she spat, wanting to bruise his devastatingly handsome face with her fists.

Even though there was only darkness surrounding her, but she could still see his facial expression which remained hard and undecipherable. Lillian thought she saw a hint of hurt in his eyes yet she shortly shrugged it away. Micheal was never worthy of such sentiment. He was a monster and he would always be a monster!

"Yes. Once a monster, always a monster," he enunciated, drilling Lillian in her spot.

"You son of a bitch!" She growled and immediately blocked him out of her mind.

Micheal gave a faint chuckle and stepped towards her, causing her to stagger backward.

Lillie, remember why you're there. Myrtle reminded her.

Yes. Lillian reminisced. I need to find my mother and get her out immediately.

"Your hair...has gotten longer." Strong fingers brushed through her hair. "I like it," Micheal whispered huskily into her ear.

Lillian slapped his hand away.

"Fuck off, Micheal!" she snarled, pacing backward, her eyes darting around frantically into nothingness.

Mother... where are you? she tried sensing around for her mother's energy but found nothing. Why can't I feel her?

"Micheal, release my mother," Lillian demanded angrily.



"Lillian," he teased.

Without even thinking it through she teleported behind him and was about to kick him towards the ground until he disappeared.

"Too slow, sweetheart," his voice beckoned from behind her, tickling her neck.

Lillian took a deep, soothing breath to restrain her anger. She turned around and he was gone.

"Looking for me?" Lillian turned her head to the left.

"I'm right here," his voice was now on her right.

She huffed, not liking that Micheal was playing games with her.


All of a sudden a small light beckoned through the darkness and a little face came into view. Lillian stared and stared at the face not knowing if her eyes were deceiving her.

"Serena?" Lillian whispered in a strangled cry.

"Why did you leave us, mommy?" the delicate voice cried.

"I didn't, baby. Come here." Lillian stretched her arms out, but Serena shook her head.

"Gabe said you didn't want us," Serena whimpered with sad eyes.

"No. That's not—"

"Then why did you leave?" Another voice interrupted, standing next to Serena.

Blonde short hair framed his small handsome face as his light blue eyes gleamed with dispassion. Her son looked exactly like his father.

"Gabriel?" Lillian whispered shakily, blinking back the tears that wanted to fall.

Lillian, it's an illusion. Micheal is playing with your head. You need to focus!

Lillian fisted her hands at her side and clenched her teeth. She opened her mouth, letting a piercing scream of anger to spiral through the air. The illusion of her kids withered away.

"Oh, baby. I knew there was something special about you," Micheal said into her ear. "How does it feel?"

Lillian whisked her head around to face the son of a bitch that took everything away from her. As she opened her mouth they clamped shut like a fish out of water.

Micheal stood right in front of her, too close for her liking. His hands fastened around her waist as he buried his nose into her hair.

A low groan fled his lips. "You have no idea how much I fucking missed you." He tugged his head slightly to drink in her face, her eyes, her nose and then her lips. A pointed smile stretched across his striking features. "You're so fucking beautiful!"

Lillian snorted and shoved him off of her. "Fuck you!"

"You've been saying that quite a lot." Micheal's eyes glinted. "Do you want to do it? Do you miss it that much?"

Lillian took a deep, brutal breath, her eyes waning. "I'd rather die," she hissed. "I was stupid back then but now I know that...we were never meant to be. I gave you all I had, and you chose to break my heart into a million pieces." Her brows furrowed as she swallowed back her tears.

I will not cry! I will never ever let him see me cry again!

"You're dead to me, Micheal. You're. Dead!" She repeated coldly. Her fingers then began to twitch uncontrollably. She quickly hid her hands behind her back as she felt a familiar source of energy lingering in the air. It was an energy that filled her heart with a bit of light. It was her mother, however, her mother was very weak and she had barely any energy left.

Fuck! I don't know where she is. I need more time! Lillian silently groaned. Dammit!

Lillian was not as strong as Micheal was. Not now at least. This was his mirage and she couldn't break it, or control whatever happens in this illusion. The only thing she could do was try and distract him for a little while. Giving her enough time to locate her mother.

Before she could think it through she grabbed his face into her delicate hands and stared into his pale eyes before pulling his lips towards hers. As she started kissing him, he didn't respond and just stood there as if he was shocked. Lillian pulled away and looked him in the eyes again and saw that he was gazing at her with an emotion that she remembered all too well. Desire.

Micheal licked his lips and yanked her forcefully, her body tightly secured in his arms as he returned her kiss with more vigor and aggression. Lillian closed her eyes and melted in his arms for just a second until her eyes shot open. Noticing he had his eyes shut, a fit of rapid anger burned through her. She dropped her hands to her sides and began circulating her energy around for her mother's whereabouts. There was no time to feel giddy. Whatever good sentiments she had for him was long gone.

As Micheal continued consuming her mouth, he suddenly bit down on her lower lip for entrance. She coolly gave it to him, letting his tongue slip into her mouth which began evolving with her own. When she finally discovered her mother's location, she immediately jerked away from him and peered up at him with so much hostility.

"I'll see you very soon, Micheal," she gritted out. Then she kneed him in the groin and lifted her leg, sending an exceedingly powerful kick towards his abdomen which made him fly backward. "Bastard!"

She teleported to her mother's sleeping figure on the ground and draped her arms around her.

I found her, Mrytle! Now, get us out of here! She mentally screamed in her head.

Micheal emerged a few feet away, a wide smile inscribed on his face. "That was very mean of you, Lil." His eyes glinted darkly. "I'll let you go for now, but the next time we meet, I won't be as gentle. See you soon, baby."

Lillian scowled and narrowed her eyes. "I'm coming for them, Micheal, and I will destroy you when that time comes." After those hateful words left her mouth she felt her mind awakening from a deep, rugged sleep. A few seconds passed and her eyes snapped open, light blinding her. She slowly took her head in her hands as she breathed in and out a couple of times, fluttering her eyelids.

"Lillian, you did it," a lenient voice spoke. "You got your mother out." Lillian glanced at Myrtle, then towards her mother who was now awake but was trying to regulate her breathing.

"Mom?" Lillian whimpered, hugging her mother.

"Lillian?" Tears brimmed in her mother's eyes as she sucked in a shaky breath and returned the hug.

"Enough with this gross bulshit. Lillian, you have to start figuring out a way to get into outpost 3," Madison irked."It's now or never, bitch."

Cordelia cupped Lillian's face and lifted it. "Are you sure about this?"

Lillian bobbed her head harshly. "He has to die! That evil bastard has to die!"


Thank you for reading please leave a review if you want more. I don't know if I should continue this because there are not many people reading this fanfic.