Alyssa blew away a light blond strand of hair that had fallen on her face. She would've tucked the stray strands behind her ear but her hands were currently bound above her head with short chains, too short for her to move her hands anywhere. She tried to pull on the chains with all her strength but nothing happened. Sighing, she gave up. 'These chains are so annoying.' She thought as she looked at the white walled room that she was in. Actually, she couldn't see very well considering her giant round glasses had fallen on her lap. But it wasn't as if there was anything to see. All that there was, was, well, nothing. They made sure that there was absolutely nothing to be done to escape. The only way in and out was a metal door which she knew that, even if she could free herself from her chains, there would be no way past the two guards outside. Not with her slender arms and lack of fitness. She sighed once more, she'd tried to escape once before and it wasn't very pretty. 'I suppose it was stupid of me to try.' It's been a week since she was caught and held captive. Normally, captors would demand ransom from the family of their hostages but that wasn't the case for Alyssa for she was no ordinary captive. She was Alyssa Narce, a well known scientist and weapons maker. She had severed all contacts with her family and anyone she knew from her workplace, she laid low and even changed her appearance. Well, to the extent of braiding her hair and wearing glasses instead of contacts. So of course, it came as a shock to her when she suddenly lost consciousness in her apartment and woke up here. 'I suppose I wasn't careful enough.' She looked towards the door, she found it odd how no one has yet to see her. Normally, a man, 'What was his name? Shaine, Blaine, Cain? Doesn't matter,' came at a certain time, two minutes past now, to offer her a deal, which she would decline, 'It's terribly quiet as well...' She wondered if anyone was even outside so to test it out, she decided to call out, "Hello?" Her voice was slightly soft, she was rarely ever loud. "Is anyone still there?"