|SO this isn't bad, but it needs work. Not on the story, but the structure and punctuation and spelling.
You use a lot of ellipses when you don't need to. Too much and they bog down your writing. Periods work just as fine in a lot of places.
The first paragraph has a lot of promise, but it tosses us in the middle of something where we have no background for. We don't know the setting, the MC's name, what's the problem, why it's happening. This could easily be fixed by sprinkling it in to the story. First orientate your main character and it helps fix us in the story. That helps give some room to describe her location.
Now, when you describe the robust woman hovering above our MC, you like to describe her eyes a lot:She had angry complexion eyes like daggers, She had a fiery breath, eyes widened with anger and frustration. Her delicate blue eyes turned into a fervid blood red... --- you see how a lot is happening with her eyes? Try to change around some of the description. Maybe instead use her delicate blue irises... or: She had an angry complexion, gaze like daggers.
Now, dialogue. This needs a lot of work.
"where am i" i mumbled... ---"Where am I?" I mumbled.
"this is my lair" she said --- "This is my lair," she said.
"Lair" I said confusingly --- "Lair?" I said confusingly.
" I'm a witch or at least I'm in the running to be" ---- "I'm a witch or at least I'm in the running to be."
"oh, wait what, i don't believe you for 1 second" --- "Oh, wait what, I don't believe you for 1 second."
" I go to Coral Springs High, School of Witchcraft" she said in a posh sophisticated voice, i giggled... --- "I got to Coral Springs High, School of Witchcraft," she said in a posh, sophisticated voice. I giggled.
-- So, capitalize the first letter of the sentence and I, then put a comma at the end of the dialogue, or a question mark if it deserves to be a question.
Its a cute story, just needs some fine tuning and a little bit more description. Good work!