Re: Flower Girl: Ella & Carver
Carver knew an innocent story was suspicious, but she wasn't readily trying to push the same flowers on him. That was more interesting than worrying, especially after trying to track down a demon enthusiastically desecrating churches. She was likely a simple witch and witches were more of a nuisance than an urgent threat. "Very strange." He said about the mixup and shook his head. "I'm glad you don't have more readily available. It's hard for Catholics to accept being less fortunate than other churches, but they need to learn." Carver sounded like he spent a lot of time teaching people the virtues of following Jesus's lead and that it was a little exhausting.
Her enthusiasm wasn't even close to being matched. He stood there, shoulders slanted forward and eyes still endlessly dark like an abandoned hallway. The question about him being a priest made him almost laugh, though and he stood up straight with a shake of his head. "I'm no priest. One day I'd like to be a monk, but for now." He shook his head again and then turned to look up at the other flowers. "She likes beautiful things. Flowers. Color. But, she's very down to earth."
Carver fully intended on bringing the flower to Bella for other reasons beyond courtship, but part of him wished it could have been an innocent flower sold by an innocent woman.