He'd be lying if he said he wasn't more than a little curious. He knew, rationally, that not all women were like Aphrodite, and Aglaia had never given him any reason to doubt her. Still, he wasn't perfect.
And then he remembered that Aglaia had been taken from this very parking garage, and he felt a twinge of guilt. "Then I'm glad he was there to accompany you," he replied, and he meant it. "Although I'm sorry your meeting was so boring."