(before I do this @Ellory, i want to mention, your sentence would flow better and be more grammatically correct if you said “similar to that of the girl in the bathroom” rather than “similar to the girl’s in the bathroom.” sorry for being a grammar freak! feel free to ignore!)
[name_u]Danny[/name_u] spoke frequently on the long drive to their destination, which was still unknown to [name_f]Sadie[/name_f]. No matter how many questions she asked, he seemed to dance around the topic. Instead, he spoke to her about what would be “expected of her” once they arrived.
From what she understood, it seemed as if she was to be a slave in her own home. Fortunately, [name_u]Danny[/name_u] said he would permit her to her own small living quarters within the house.
[name_m]Even[/name_m] if he had been bluffing about having [name_f]Molly[/name_f] killed, [name_f]Sadie[/name_f] acknowledged that he would stop at nothing to get what he wanted. For all she knew, she may be bugged. It would be to risky to get the police involved. [name_u]Danny[/name_u] was too powerful and manipulative.