"To be honest, I think he might be. Not jealous of you specifically since I didn't tell him who I had tea with, but I think he might be jealous." Susan found herself moving a little closer as well as her hand was drawn towards the center of the table. The expression had her blushing as she looked down at their hands, as her fingers slowly traced over his fingers, "I'm not quite sure what he's scared of, though, I would imagine that would be one of his fears."
As Marcus lowered his voice, Susan found herself leaning a little closer, until she leaning against the table. Lips curled into a coy smirk as she felt like her heart was going to pound out of her chest once more, "I think you are," Green eyes flickered to look back up at him, her hand finally resting in his grasp. "If I didn't know any better, I would say you have done this before."
Tilting her head to the side, Susan could see easily why women so easily fell under his spell. He was incredibly charming, and not that bad to look at, but underneath all those superficial traits, Susan could sense something else. Something that told her he was actually trying to be a better person. There was a sincere honesty about him that made her want to know him better.