Aaragon smiled an evil one at Adrian.
He didn't tell me. He didn't tell me that my kidnapper had been his brother. I fixed my terrified gaze up at Adrian, who stared blankly with his jaw tense at his brother. What ever happened between their relationship, it didn't seem like it ended well from the way Adrian's reacting.
'Why are you doing this?' Adrian demanded sternly. His voice was low, deep... more frightening than it usually is when he's angry. Aaragon slightly chuckled and walked a few inches closer.
'Because life has no meaning for an immortal,' He explained, clasping his hands together, glaring back at me.
'You're a monster yourself,' I found myself shooting back at him. Aaragon didn't hesitate to walk in front of me. We were a few millimeters away from our foreheads touching. Adrian raised his hand slightly to protest any damage being done- but Aaragon lifted up his own hand as well.
He didn't need to push his brother.
He had just... pushed the air violently and Adrian crashed painfully against a large oak tree and groaned in agony. He had kept his eyes on me the whole time- but I stared at him as well. I wouldn't dare to look at Adrian to see the amount of pain he was in.
'So, you're after the necklace?' He asked me, scanning my eyes. I swallowed and nodded. Aaragon rummaged through his trouser pocket, revealing it to me in a pile. I followed the necklace each time he moved it around in my face. I tried reaching after it, but he closed it back in his palm securely shut off to my limits.
'No can do, I won't give it away that easy sweetheart.' He lent in to whisper wickedly in my ear. He had his free hand on my face, it was cold. A cold hand for a cold-hearted man seemed to fit nicely.
'You're going to be stuck here, forever, and ever, and ever.' He trailed of, moving backwards again. He had an evil smug on his face as we were a few millimeters apart again.
I heard Adrian's groan in defeat, choking and gasping heavily for air. 'Stop it Aaragon,' He hissed at his brother. Aargon didn't look at his brother, he kept his eyes concentrated on mine. As if he was admiring the view of them. Aaragon smiled wickedly again, backing up slowly. And slowly dissolving along with his chuckle.
He was gone.
Vanished completely into thin air.
Aaragon had been Adrian's enemy... and brother.