“Just open the door! Maybe she's asleep.”
“Erin! Calm down.”
“But Willow, I haven't seen her for several weeks! I miss her!”
Erin gave Willow her tuta dog eyes and Willow groaned.
“I hate when you do that,” Willow muttered, unlocking the door with the key Becca had hid.
“I know. Wally's been helping me with it!”
Erin smirked and ran through the open door way. Willow followed slowly. Erin suddenly came back. Willow examined the almost worried look.
“She's not here!”
“She knew we were coming Erin. I'm sure she went out to grab breakfast and is running late.”
“No way. Come see!”
Erin dragged Willow towards Becca's room and into the bathroom. Willow knelt down, examining the broken glass. She levitated the dagger, looking at it.
“This is Becca's,” she muttered.
“Yeah. And her Shade outfit is gone.”
“Where could she be going?”
“I don't know. I wish Devin was still here. Why did she have to go be a solo act?”
“Her choice Erin. We better tell the others.”
“No! Not yet. She probably just had a late night, right? We don't want to get them upset over nothing.”
“True. Okay. We'll wait for a few hours. If Becca doesn't call and explain, we'll tell them.”
Erin and Willow looked at each other.
“She's in trouble isn't she?” Erin asked.
“Yeah. Let's go tell them.”
“Hop on. It's faster.”
Willow climbed onto Erin's back and held tight, closing her eyes as Erin took off at superspeed.
(End of Part 2)