She moaned as he bit at her heels. Could this guy just forget her? apparently not, she turned another corner, findingit was a dead end. She pounded on the nearest door in the corner as Tristan appeared around the corner. She turned to him. "Touch me and I swear I'll scream."
Tristan scowled at her, arms folded, and he stalked down the alleyway towards her. "What's your problem?" he demanded.
"I don't have a problem. Is it wrong to want to feel free?" She asked, backing up as he moved in, running into the corner.
"I was talking about you kissing me," Tristan corrected her. "But now we're on the subject, I'm only trying to do my job. You can still do what you like, just now you have to do it with me."
She glared at him. "I don't want a bodyguard. Especially one that clambers about and kisses terribly."
"Oh really?" Tristan challenged. He stepped forward and kissed her again, determined to prove her wrong.
She struggled, trying to push him off, trying to scream.
Tristan stepped back, looking at her quizzically. "What's wrong?"
She wiped her mouth. "Don't touch me again..." She menaced.
"Woah, so it's alright for you to kiss me, but not for me to touch you?" Tristan questioned. "Talk about giving off a mixed signal."
She punched him in the chest, trying to remove herself from the corner. "I did it to distract you... you are doing it to prove something... that you didn't." she menaced.
Tristan winced and rubbed his chest where an old scar burned. "How about we make a deal?" he offered.
She glared atty him. "I'm not making deals with you..."
"You haven't heard my deal yet," Tristan countered. "Plus, I'm willing to negotiate."
She glared up at him, narrowing her eyes. "What?" She asked flatly.
"You can have your freedom," Tristan offered. "I won't speak to you, or come near you. But I will keep a watch over you and protect you wherever you go."
The thought. Maybe.... "And on the other side of the hand?"
"There are no catches," he promised her. "You want me to keep away and I want to keep my licence. This is a win-win situation."
"Don't -and-say-we-did.... like I said, even though you turned it down." She sighed and pushed him, escaping the corner.