When William first laid eyes on Claire he knew he had to have her. Reacting on his heart’s desire, he captured her. Now it’s gone too far to simply let her go, he tries to keep her solely to himself and hopefully with time she will realize he isn’t such a bad guy, he just made a bad move… all while she desperately tries to escape.
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