Re: Playing: Cat/Sharon
[White would've been quite the risk in Cat's line of work, but perhaps there would've been some level of thrill in the added vulnerability. Cat could appreciate it, and she could respect it, and she was glad to see Sharon standing there. She worried about the other woman, admittedly. Cat, she knew a thing or two about having a child go missing. She knew the frustration of not being able to do a thing about it. And even now, years later, when Helena was within her reach? Cat still didn't know who had taken the girl, which meant she couldn't keep her safe.
Cat glanced at the white car, the white suit, and then she looked at her own inky blackness.] I feel like ying and yang is too obvious. Black and white is too simplistic. I would hate to simplify us. Still, if we have to be good and evil? I'm glad I get to be evil. [She grinned.] How've you been, Carver?