“Well you know Myrnin … I think he’s better for it.” She really did after all at the end Myrnin had seen what Ada really was, and though she was sure he would rather have her than Frank he understood how dangerous she was.
“Ada meant a lot to him but he understood the threat she was at the end.” Claire could see what she thought was sadness creep over Lolita’s features over the conversation. Myrnin had obviously meant a lot to her and what Ada had done had obviously had an affect on her. After all Claire knew from her own experience that vampires didn’t get over things easily let alone quickly, centuries went by before they even attempted to mend things.
Claire moved awkwardly in her chair “Maybe you should talk to him, now that Ada is gone maybe you two can … patch things up?” She said more questioning “Do vampires do that? Patch things up I mean?” She wondered if Myrnin would be kind to Lolita, she hoped so and even if not at first Claire could always talk to him. How could you mend a relationship between two vampires who had a serious past? Claire could barely keep track of her own relationships, human and vampire.
“You might be able to work things out, become friends again. He’d probably like that now that Ada isn’t clouding his judgment and isn’t able to throw you through a portal.” She smiled a bit awkward, she wasn’t sure if getting in between Myrnin and Lolita’s history was the best idea.
“It’s worth a shot.”
“Yeah. It’s been almost 150 years since we last spoke. I’ve been too afraid to approach him, honestly.” Lolita crossed her legs, leaning back into the chair. She bit her thumb, thinking. “I suppose if he’s no longer under Ada’s control, it will be a little easier to try and reason with him.”
She glanced back at Claire. This girl was alright - much better than she initially thought. Perhaps, in this case, she had judged too quickly and assumed too much. If she had really thought about it, it would have been more than obvious that Claire wasn’t romantically involved with Myrnin, not after the way her own advances had failed. He wasn’t exactly the type of person to hit on all his lab rats - er - partners. Aside from Ada, anyway.
“Though, he might be a bit afraid of me. After all, it’s not like my feelings have changed. For us, 150 years isn’t very long,” Lolita stiffened a bit, her voice a bit more defensive, as if she realized that she had let out something more personal than she wanted to, “Though, it’s not like I haven’t tried to move on. It’s just that my situation makes it hard to try and network with other vampires, and humans are, you know, mostly off limits. Mostly.”
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