The following week had been going incredibly well for Nina. She continued her sessions with Dr. Prescott, discussing things like how she felt ignored growing up, about her loving parents, and what she planned to do once she left Concord. Overtime, the meetings became more casual, to the point where Nina and Lorraine were friends now.
Things were just as good outside the meetings too. Nina had volunteered to keep track of the prison library, and did a surprisingly good job, despite her bust getting in the way sometimes. She also made sure to attend every one of her rehabilitation meetings. She quickly became a model inmate, but the prison was still iffy on if they should reduce her sentence.
But they were about to get a reason to do so.
One night, as Nina was sleeping in her cell, there was an explosion, jolting her awake. All of a sudden, every other cell door opened, and several inmates started to run past.
Confused, Nina put on her anti-grav brace and stepped out of her cell. Several