...at least one person
shorter than him just made him feel bigger. It was odd to him,
feeling so small compared to the other man. It gave him an oddly
vulnerable feeling. Not wanting to dwell on it, Finn decided to get
it might be good to get to the point. Taking a breath and hoping his
boss wouldnt notice it, he asked him if he wanted to play cards.
And he declined.The
fact that Valmont had said no wasnt what shocked Finn. It was that
when his boss said no, Finn felt a horrible stab of disappointment.
It was odd, but he had really wanted the white-haired man to play. He
hadnt even realized it and when he did it shocked him and left him
rather confused. Finns face fell, his usually smirk replaced by a
small frown and his eyes shining the disappointment he so strongly
felt. It was silly. He shouldnt have let it get to him, and he
defiantly shouldnt have let that it got to him show. However, he
did little to hide is depression. He hoped that maybe Valmont would
be to out of it to notice. But then, his boss asked a question. Then
he asked another. An odd look came into his eyes and he studied Finn.
The scrutiny was a little awkward and the red head felt relieved when