Chris opened his cellphone and dialed Andy's number with trembling fingers. He'd spent the last 20 minutes weighing all his options, jumping between leaving the city & making what could easily be his last phone call ever, hitting every point in between. In the end he realized that even if he left Deception Pass, he'd just be pulled back there anyway. It was probably in his best interest to just tell Andy what had happened rather than risking an even worse fate for trying to hide it. In his 50-plus years of being a vampire he'd never come across a human who actually managed to worry him- he knew he was superior to humans in every way. It wasn't until he met Andy that he realized some humans had souls more twisted than those that preyed on them.
Chris braced himself for a verbal slaying, soon to be followed by an actual physical slaying if he was lucky. He doubted he'd be lucky, though- for Andy, once a person was dead you couldn't cause them any more pain. He'd seen the man have some really sick things done to people who'd crossed him and he didn't exactly fancy being on the recieving end of any of them. It seemed like an eternity passed before Andy spoke again.
Andy's voice was calm, but there was a slight undercurrent of excitement to his words that Chris didn't fully understand.
Chris: "Yeah, it was like I was it's bloody puppet or something! I honestly didn't want to let it out, Mr. Stone."