He noted the slide of her fingers over her hair, a gesture whose meaning he well understood; her conscious intent might have differed, but her interest in the man was impossible not to note. She was stirred in a way Adam knew well. It was a sensation their strange building seemed to bring with it, every bit as tangible and inexplicable as the transformations they had been forced to endure. They were each of them drawn to someone, it seemed, platonically or otherwise. He wondered at the nature of Serena's draw to this particular individual - then found himself curious as to why he cared so.
Such a small response to cover so much; so inadequate to express the bizarre memories he possessed, flashes of a serpent and his anthropomorphic father. Quickly realizing how odd his silent contemplation may seem, he smiled over at her, leaning more comfortably back in his seat. "He seems like a decent guy from what I've seen. And I'm sure it's good to see a familiar face in a new city, huh."