“Shall I pick for you?” he laughed seeing the look on her face.
“Uh yeah thank you.” She said laughign a bit, she wasn’t that good at picking thigns
He looked through and decided on both of their meals. When the waiter came back over he told him and he quickly scribbled it down before scurrying away once more. “So, do you like working for Reaver?”
“Well… it keeps him from teling my Dad what I’m up to, but apart from the fancy food I don’t like it very much. He’s a bit.” She waved her hands trying to think of a word, “… well hard to get alogn with. He finds my lack of everything to be funny.”
“He can be a bit…overbearing.” he chuckled shaking his head. “You don’t have to continue working for him though.”
“I do if I want him to keep his promise not to ell my Dad.” She said with an akward smile, “And I’m not really good at any other job but the cafe alone won’t help me keep my apartment.”
“Well…perhaps I could arrange for something.” he smirked. “Reaver can be reasonable at times.”
She blinked, “You’d do that for me? But we only met like… a day ago!” She sounded stunned
“Even so if I find something or in this case, someone, I like I do what I can to get it.” he smirked widely leaning forward.
Her face tinged with pink as she blinked at him, not quiet sure what to say, words finally came out of her lips, “S-Someone?”
“Someone by the name of Hannah.” his smirk grew, he didn’t even acknowledge the waiter when he returned with their food.
Her face turned red and she cleared her throat before giving an akward smile pointing to the waiter