A lovely little trip to the seaside it was, then. From what Amy had seen of the map, there were actual beaches dotted around the island, rather than the whole coastline being made up of cliffs and such. Good thing too. Cliffs were a horrible combination of heights and deep water, and Amy was pretty sure shed have to stand well back, lest she had a severe panic attack.
Amy noticed Venice place the axe in her bag, and suddenly realised that this meant the job of defence was now solely down to her. It was kinda weird, and kinda daunting. Amy had no experience of getting into fistfights, or any sort of serious violent contact. The one thing she could do at this moment was hope theyd meet few people, and that even fewer had made a fateful decision yet. It was, compared to most, a fairly achievable desire. Early days, still, after all. Amy swung the blackjack around a couple of times to test it. She didnt know how hard itd feel upon impact, and she wasnt the strongest person by a long shot, but with the momentum and solid leather club on her side, she felt sure shed be able to give someone a solid hit with it. Yeah. Shed be fine.
Amy almost laughed at Venices description of where they were going, as she followed the other girl, axe head swaying as she walked. As if it was a normal holiday on a normal island. Amy couldnt lie and tell herself this was all a dream, but right now, she didnt feel as if she had anything to worry about. Somehow, whenever, theyd find a way out.
Amy left for the coast, mind clear, and feeling more secure than she had all day.
((Amy Bachelor continued in Dead End