What was that she said? What had this slow-witted excuse for a hybrid warrior just said? Had she really been so careless as to let herself be caught by humans? Judging from the expression on her face, she had. Farren found his irritation was quickly welling into rage – the only thing that kept him from reaching for her throat was the plan he had in mind. Eclipse would be necessary for that, no matter how much she aggravated him. Furthermore, losing his temper so close to vampire territory would be needlessly irresponsible of him.
However, he didn’t hold back the seething edge to his tone as said darkly, “I don’t think you are in a position to say no, Eclipse.” He could vaguely share her sentiments on the idea, her loathing for the vampiric kind, but that did not mean she could defy him without good reason As far as he was concerned, there was no reason good enough at this stage… and that matter with the hunters… “As for the hunters, I expect you to deal with them – all of them later,” he added, the warning in his eyes quickly escalating to threat.
Turning towards the mansion, he murmured, remnants of anger still laced into his voice, “They’ve more than likely spotted us. We will be paying them a visit in the most civil manner we can muster.” He shot Eclipse a cold glare before glancing back at the mansion once more. “Questions and explanations will be done later.” They had lost the chance to do so the moment Eclipse ran off… even if the three didn’t quite enjoy each other’s company, Farren knew that the hybrids at the very least, would have to collaborate to survive. Why the warrior couldn’t understand that, he just couldn’t comprehend.
Even he wasn’t fond of the plan he had in mind, but for the greater goal, it would be necessary. Since the day he discovered this estate, he had gone through countless possibilities and an endless number of scenarios in his head to establish clear course of action… against his own wishes, Farren had deemed this one the best. Just a little hesitant himself, he sighed before striding out into the moonlight. Looking over his shoulder, he indicated for the other two to follow.