Paul had to talk to Reyna, so he sent me and Martin to get the other bodyguards. We took one of the spare cars to pick them up. It was only five people that were coming, so why bring more people to help? We arrived at the airport and got the signs that Paul made.
“What gate are they in?” I asked.
“917.” Martin said. “They arrive in 10 minutes. We should hurry.” We grabbed some carts and walked to their gate. Luckily Paul gave us passes so we could get through the airport and straight to the gate.
“Flight 616 is now arriving.” The P.A said.
“That’s them. Let’s go meet our new bodyguards.” Martin said. We held up the signs and five people walked toward us.
Paul brought me to the dining hall. A reserved booth was in the corners and the sides were high enough so nobody could see us.
“Sit.” He said. We sat in the booth and he ordered a drink. “Anything for you?”
“No thanks. I’m under age.” I said, and the waiter left. “So… what did you want to talk about?”
“We have a number of things to discuss.” He said. “First off, we are going to be getting more bodyguards. Two for the girls and three for the boys. You will no longer take all three, but you will guard one of the girls.” Paul explained.
“When will they be coming?”
“Martin and Jeremy are picking them up as we speak.” He said. “You will meet them shortly. Now the first thing is done, here is the second thing.” His drink came.
“I want to know if you are interested in extra work. We could really use your skills.” He offered.
“What do you mean?”
“You will not only be guarding the girls, but the entire area around us. You will only have a few hours of sleep, but this will happen every other day.” He said. It took awhile to sink in.
“You will get paid for those extra hours. And Jeremy agreed to do this.” He added.
“I’ll do it. I want to protect them.” I spoke only the truth
“Great. Now there is one final thing to discuss.” Paul told me in a stern voice. I was afraid of what he was going to say.
“And that one thing is…?” I asked.
“We noticed you changed your hairstyle. A few of the staff were thinking that you should change your look. Let me explain!” he said. My facial expression changed because his softened to look a little kinder. He cleared his throat.
“We think that you should get tattoos and piercings. This will toughen up your look. We believe that the fans will fear you more and make your job easier.” He explained. It made sense, maybe the girls wouldn’t have hurt me if I was covered in tattoos and piercings.
“How many would I have to get exactly.” I asked.
“We think minimum 6 tattoos and 5 piercings would suffice.” He counted.
“I’ll think about it. Now excuse me. I have to go.” I excused myself. I had a lot to think about.
“She looked amazing in that dress!” I said to Louis and I was telling him about my day.
“Looks like you’re changing her already. Did she like the dress at least?” he asked as he was changing his shirt.
“She picked it our herself, and she looked… different.” I remembered. “Like her entire personality changed. Like she was a different person.”
“Do you know when she’s going to wear the dress? Or?”
“No. She’s unpredictable that way.” I admitted. We were getting ready for tonight’s show, and we still had a few hours to kill.
“Let’s go to the lounge to kill time.” I suggested. Louis agreed. He grabbed the room key and I grabbed my phone. We walked to the lounge to grab some food, but instead we ran into a few people. Seven to be exact. Two of them were our bodyguards Jeremy and Martin. Then beside them were two girls and three guys. One girl had long wavy brown hair, hazel eyes, full lips and a baby face, good body and somewhat short. The other girl had straight jet black hair, full lips, taller than the other girl (By a few inches), and piercing dark brown eyes. Both of them smiled and walked up to me.
“You’re Eleanor right? Hi! I’m Paris!” The girl with brown hair said.
“And I’m Theresa!” The girl with black hair said. “We’re gonna be your new bodyguards!”