Rachel was wary from experience, but chose to go out on a limb and trust the man. If things got weird she knew to pull away, make a story up to ensure her safety, but for right then she would go along with things.
“Before I woke up here I was at a friend’s, spending the night.” Rachel nodded at the suggestion of walking with him and took a step alongside his. Though she knew instincts could often be wrong, for now she was giving him the benefit of the doubt. After all, who else was going to help her figure things out? “I went to sleep on her couch and I woke up in that diner.” Rachel made an unpleasant face upon thinking about the diner. There had been so many unpleasant smells that even the place’s memory turned her off. She suspected that it was very different to a person without enhanced senses, but to her it had been awful.