How she had allowed herself to be talked into this one, Sadie would never understand. She was far from the person who liked riding roller coasters and far from the person who even enjoyed the thrill of driving too fast, but she guessed that was who she was when she was around Drayko. Never once had he let her get hurt before, and she assumed that he never would. Still, riding this alone was something entirely new to her. Brushing a hand through her long blonde hair had been one of the last things she did before looking back to Drayko who kept encouraging her to get on the ride.
She gave a soft nod and a smile before she sat in the roller coaster. Her nerves were jittering, but not with excitement. Something didn't feel right even as she got strapped into the roller coaster and belted in. It just felt wrong. This place had kept it's allure and hadn't had an accident in twenty years, but Sadie always felt like something would go wrong, and when it did the consequences would immensely change things.
The ride started and she held onto the front bar, her knuckles turning white and the person behind her laughing it up as they began. Apparently it was obvious that Sadie wasn't an escape route, but it was too late and the feeling just kept sinking into her. Why did this feel so wrong? She had been on plenty of other roller coasters, but perhaps it was the name of it just getting to her. Then it wasn't the damned roller coaster went upside down and it was the one type that Sadie had vowed never to go on because of how many things she could think of that could go wrong with it. Why was she doing this again?