The short blond stepped closer to me with a face contorted with anger. She was used to always having her way with everyone. "Michael is mine. No one else can have him," she sneered.
A rock fell down the cliff my legs were dangling off of. It was warm but I felt a shiver of fear run down me. "He can see who he wants," I said.
"No, he can't," she said. She laughed as she came closer. "Look at you. I don't even have to make it look like an accident. I'll just push."
I gripped the ground and tried to lay flat on the ground as she came at me. My head hurt so much. She had much better leverage and she shoved hard.
I was floating in the air. Time slowed down. A million thoughts went through my head. I saw a triumphant smile on my face as she watched me float down to the crashing waves below. I knew I hit the water but everything went black.
I opened my eyes. Where am I? What's happening?
I sat up and looked around. I didn't recognize anything. I slowly stood and started walking.
I pulled my phone out. It didn't. Where am I?
My last memory.... kissing Kai. That was my last memory. But I didn't recognize where I was. A car honked at me.
"What're you doing?" came a female voice.
"I'm lost," I said.
"Get in," the blonde girl said. "I'll take you home."
I looked at the black sedan skeptically. "Do you know me?"
"Yeah, silly. I'm your Uber Driver Jenny," she said. "You're soaked," Jenny said as she got out of the car. "Let me get a towel for the seat. I always keep a spare for when I pick people up from the beach."
"Okay," I said.
She placed the towel in the passenger side seat and ushered me in. She drove me to an unfamiliar house with an unfamiliar car in the driveway.
"I'm not in Indiana anymore am I?"
She frowned at me. "Are you okay?"
"Yeah," I said, truly not sure if I was okay or not.
"Okay... you can get out now."
"Oh," I said, still sitting in the passenger seat. "Okay." I got up and worked my way to the house. I opened the door, uncertain of myself.
A lady saw me and gasped. "Alexandria, thank goodness you're okay!"
A guy with black hair was there too. He approached me and kissed my mouth. It felt familiar but I pushed him away. "Get away from me," I said.
"What?" he asked.
"I have a boyfriend. His name is Kai. You need to stop."
The guy looked at me with a pained expression. "You never told me that," he said. "If that's how you feel I will leave."
And so he left.
"I'm not sure what's happening to me," I said. "I want to go home."
The lady in the room frowned. "I'm not sure either, Alexandria, but we need to get you to a hospital."