Richard was gazing at an image of Doctor Who character Amy Pond in her wedding dress and veil on his 17 inch Toshiba laptop. He wished he could have one for himself. Then he realised he could. He was actually something known as a Telly. Tellies could bring digital people and other objects into the real world.
He reached up his right arm and inserted it into the screen. When he pulled it out again, he was holding a female left hand with a golden watch around the wrist. As more of the arm came out, eventually it came to the body, starting with the torso, the head, and soon the dress was coming out. The last thing to come out was the feet, but by then she was in his arms.
"Hey." She said.
"Hey." He replied.
"Any reason why I'm in your arms?" She asked him.
Once he set her on the floor, she wondered off to look around; he gazed at her dress. Then, he started relishing in the fact that she would soon be all his. Tellies can also reprogram what they bring out.
"Quite a place you've got here." She said.
Instead of thanking her, he clicked his fingers and she fell to the ground unconscious. Now, he sat her up against the bedside dresser and pressed his fingertips against the sides of her head.
"You don't know where you are." He told her. "You don't know how you got here. You don't know what I look like. As far as you're concerned you were kidnapped from your wedding."
Conditioning complete, he picked up her by the armpits and dropped her torso, face-down, onto the bed. Placed her hands behind her back and wrapped black duct tape around her wrists. Rolling her onto her back and lifting her feet onto the bed, he then wrapped the black duct tape around her ankles. He got a long strip of black fabric, sat her up on the bed and placed it over her eyes and tied it off at the back. Finally, he moved her hair and veil out of the way and wrapped the black duct tape around the bottom half of her face, covering her mouth. Now, he was done, there wasn't much more for him to do except wait for her to come round.
When she did, she was sat up at the foot of his bed, then the conditioning set in. She immediately began to struggle, but the tape had been applied pretty good. In Doctor Who, Amy Pond was a character that didn't give up easily and this version was living up to that reputation. Eventually, she slumped back, her energy spent.
Now, Richard was over the moon; he now had Amy Pond, as a bride, all to himself. Not to mention, digital people in this world don't age, so he could keep her as long as he wanted. He could easily make her fall in love with him if he wanted, but what would be the fun in that? No he decided to keep her as a personal hostage, which means he has to take her with him if he goes long distance and stays overnight (even thought only he could see her right now, as she doesn't really exist).
He could tell he was gonna have some good fun with her.