Finding herself in difficulty, she came forward to me for help and adv
Right Answer is: C
Let’s first understand the phrasal verbs:
Came forward is a phrasal verb that means to take initiative, which is irrelevant here.
Came across is also a phrasal verb that means to confront or to meet someone, which is also illogical here.
Thus, “came to” would be a perfect replacement to the above mentioned phrase. Hence, option C is the correct answer.