Re: On the train: The Schoolboy/The Witch
There was a dodge in the answer that Aedan heard but didn't pry at. Everyone in this town had their secrets, everyone everywhere did, and he wasn't interested in prying someone else's secret out of Hugh.
"We'll go with close enough, particularly if it's coupled with not strictly human." Some things were black and white, and some were not. Some were not in column A, but definitely in column B and that was enough to count. "Mm, it does," but he hadn't trying hard to hide it, either. It took too much work, especially once someone was in his personal space whether that was his home or his car.
"It matters not to me, but it might matter more to you." He said with a small smile. There was a fear around vampires, a well earned one, but not one he wanted to induce this close to sunrise and in his vehicle.