A guard would walk past and they would start talking about the garden, They were both actors and so they always knew their scripts. The problem was this time that Bella seemed distracted and most of the time simply wouldn't talk about anything.
It was after about ten minutes of her complete silence that the thunder began to roll in, At one point during this as if to show she was still thinking right she suddenly stepped to the side, The ground she had been standing on was replaced by a scorched mark of earth freshly struck by lightning and it was after this that Alan was finally fed up with her silence.
He turned and grabbed one her shoulders spinning her so she was looking at him, She brushed off his hand and glared into his eyes making look away slightly "What do you want?" she growled obviously still deep in thought.
Alan's eyes met hers with a light anger in them and this time she was the one to look away "What are you doing? You seem so bloody distracted, Why?" He groaned not wanting any idle chatter to make their conversation stray.
Bella turned with a bit of a "huff"ing noise before speaking in a slightly childish voice "None of your business".
Fed up Alan turned and went to walk away, He froze on the spot when his fathers voice took over their senses "My children, It seems a relative of sorts has arrived, He will work for you Isabella but I am sure you will have to give him reason" The voice took a breath before continuing "Oh and Alan try for some respect he is much older then you and has knowledge that will serve you well, Actually he will likely teach you something I myself had promised to teach you" and with that the cold voice of satan disappeared.
Bella turned to look at Alan who had also turned, An evil grin covered her face "Yes brother show some respect" she said evilly before her joke voice shattered and in an excited voice she squealed "Oh how cool is it he will work for me".
Alan just turned his back to his sister looking to the sky, In the process he noticed a dark spot high up, He pointed to it "That must be him".