It was probably not a good sign, she thought to herself, that she was flattered that he found her interesting. She didn't think there was much interesting about her, but she didn't mind that a vampire....
A vampire thought she was interesting.
She truly should mind.
The question he gave her was fair -- and more than apt. She smiled faintly. "They have," she said, and her tone was almost one of wonderment. "And I'm very grateful that I have nothing to fear from you. But I.... I hope you don't think it vain to ask, Monsieur: Why have I caught your eye?"
She was blushing again. It was a very vain question. She shouldn't have asked it.