Don't Get Too Close // Liam Payne AU

They say it's what you make
I say it's up to fate
It's woven in my soul
I need to let you go

Your eyes, they shine so bright
I wanna save that light
I can't escape this now
Unless you show me how

When you feel my heat
Look into my eyes
It's where my demons hide
It's where my demons hide
Don't get too close
It's dark inside
It's where my demons hide
It's where my demons hide
~Demons by Imagine Dragons

~Cover by @Direction_infection5

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1. Prologue

*10 years ago*

"Do you remember what happened Julina?"


Julina sat there, hot tears filled her eyes, and travelled down her cheeks, staining them. She stared at the floor with her hands in her lap. She opened her mouth to speak, but she couldn't force any words out. She was frozen to the seat, struggling to suppress all the memories that were haunting her tiny body.


"Julina, say something."


"He hurt me." Julina finally whispered. She was so quiet, she could barely hear herself say it.


"Who did Julina?"


At those words, Julina started to relive the memory. The one that she has been trying so hard to avoid. Julina felt the hands again. She felt how they touched every inch of her body. They made her squirm in her chair. She grabbed at the invisible hands, trying to get them off of her.

"No!" she screamed. Tears rushed down her face as she struggled to get away from the pain. Not physical pain but the emotional toll it was taking on her body.

She quickly got up out of her chair and ran for the door of the small office.

"Julina!"

She sprinted down the long white hallways, trying to get away. Away from the therapist, home, any place that just brought the memories back to her mind. She saw the sunshine behind a door down the hallway and ran for it.

She burst through the door and took in a deep breath. The warm sun and cool breeze on her skin was instantly calming. She looked around while she stood there. She realized she was in the back of the building. There wasn't much behind the building. It was mainly an open, grassy field.

"I'm probably not suppose to be out here." she thought aloud. She turned around at the sound of the door opening. She was hoping it was her mom, but it wasn't her. It wasn't even her therapist, it was another therapist that worked at the center.

Everything came back to her, every memory and feeling. "Hey, you're not supposed to be back here." the man said and gestured for her to come back inside.

'I can't trust him. I'm not going to trust him.' Julina thought to herself as she shook her head at the man. Even though there was a whole field behind her, she still felt trapped under his stare. She stood frozen again, not knowing where to run to.

"Come back inside." the man said and stepped a little bit closer to her. She started to back away, keeping a good distance away from the man.

"No." she whispered, trying to find her voice. Hot tears crept their way down her cheeks again.

"Don't cry. Just come back inside." the man said sweetly. He stepped a little closer to her and held out his hand to her.

"No!" she cried. She continued to cry. She screamed 'no' until she was blue in the face.

"Julina!" a familiar warm voice called and in moments she was swept up into someone's arms. "Julina, sweetheart! It's okay. Mommy's here." she cooed in Julina's ear to calm her. Julina's eyes were full of tears, but she could see her therapist in the doorway. She suddenly liked her a little bit more.

'She must've brought my mom to me.' she thought and continued to cry into her mom's shoulder. "What did you do to her?" she yelled at the man.

"Nothing. I saw that she was back here when she wasn't supposed to be, so I asked her to come back inside, but she wouldn't. Why is she unattended Teresa?" the man questioned the woman in the doorway.

"She ran out of my office before I could stop her. I knew if I went to look for her, she wouldn't listen to me. So I went to find her mother and brought her to calm her down." the woman confessed.

"Mom, I wanna go." Julina said into her mother's shoulder.

"Okay honey. We'll go. Where do you want to go?"

"Anywhere, just not here." Julina cried.

"Okay honey," she said. She held Julina close. She turned to the two therapists. "Thank you for your services Dr. Gil, but she won't be coming to these sessions anymore."

"Karen, she still needs to come. If she doesn't get help, her condition could become worse as she grows up."

"She's not coming anymore." her mother said more sternly.

"I'm only thinking of what's best for her."

"Yeah, so am I." her mother said. With that she pushed past both the therapists. That was the last time Julina saw them.

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