After Charlie had sent her a rather blunt text message asking to meet for unknown reasons, Kitrina agreed and was now standing on a rooftop looking over Central Park. It’s not like Kit had anything better to do.
But that doesn’t mean she had to be on…
Kitrina smirked at the look of annoyance on Charlie’s face after she denied her the handshake. But when Charlie had poofed from one end of the street to another within seconds telling Kit she needed to keep up, her expression changed from arrogance to confusion. In fact, Kitrina somewhat liked the cockiness of Charlie’s tone- if that didn’t sound too weird. It was, after all, a lot better than the happy, up-beat personality of hers. The cockiness Kitrina could get along with, even somewhat relate to. Maybe this night wasn’t going to be that bad after all. But this still doesn’t mean the two girls were going to become friends- no, no. Kitrina makes friends with people when they are useful to her, and, besides giving her something to do tonight, Charlie was no use to her. Surely Kit could eventually find a use, though.
Kitrina pulled her hood over her head as she jogged to the other end of the street where Charlie was waiting. When she got close enough to her, Kitrina noticed the smirk that was on her own face moments ago was now on Charlie’s. Indeed, tonight would be interesting.