And You Saved Me Premium Rush & Summer Rain Sofia wrapped her arms around herself, trying not to shake. This was what she had signed up for when she had offered to fly from Argentina to America, so why was she so afraid? Fabian had promised her that life would be better in the States. Her brother, Juan, had agreed. But the young woman felt an awful sense of danger welling in her chest as she led through the airport by one of Juan's co-workers. Once she was dropped off to her respective "host", the man would disappear and return to her home of Argentina. Her eyes searched the crowded room, the airport much more crowded and brighter than the one in Buenes Aires. Most travelers were in jeans and t-shirts, but some donned neat, crisp suits. Sofia's eyes searched the room for her host... not that she knew what they looked like. They descended down a escalator before seeing three men with a sign labelled "Sofia". Sofia wondered why they had not bothered to put a last name; perhaps her name wasn't nearly as popular here, or perhaps they didn't even know it. She had never even filled out paperwork, just signed her name on an unknown dotted line. "Here you are," the man said to her, pressing a hand to her back and guiding her towards the three men. Two were distinctly similar in age, but all had an underlying similar appearance. Sofia imagined that it was a trio of father and two sons. She wondered if she would have a host mother, or perhaps even a sister. Growing up with just a brother, Sofia smiled at the idea. How wonderful would that be? The man talked quickly to her hosts, explaining in a low voice that Sofia wasn't sure she was meant to hear, "Fabian expects the second half of your payment by next week. If not, we have your address. After that payment, she's all yours, so we suggest you make it as soon as you can." The older man laughed, "already made this morning." He smiled and nodded his head gratefully, "then have fun, and good doing business."