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"So you just want to lay down and die?"

Will's shoulder was becoming drenched. But there was nothing she could do right now but cry into it. Too badly affected from the shock and anguish of her situation to do anything about it but cling to Will.

"I'm not making it out of this. I'm too weak, and frail, and at the age of 17 I'm still afraid of the dark."

If someone tried to attack her, she'd be powerless, if she needed to run, she'd make it about ten metres before collapsing. Not like she had a chance at making it out of this alive. But Will... he was a soldier. He was fit, strong, tough, had firearms experience, could hunt, everything. He had a chance of escaping this hell. Not her, no way that was possible, but him, infinitely more so than her.

"But you... you could. You could make it back home without me."

She pushed him onto his back, her head above his, face to face with him, like they were on that night that seemed so long ago now. Her hair fell around them, creating a red curtain around them.

"I'm just happy that I get to spend what little time I have with you."

And then she leant forward and kissed him.

At least that was comforting.
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