Reina squinted down at her notebook, unable to understand why she couldn't see her handwriting. Blinking, she raised her head, suddenly realizing that it had grown dark while she was writing. She closed the notebook and stood up. Now that she was aware of the time, she was also aware of her hunger.
On her way home, Reina stopped at the teashop. It was too late to cook. She placed and order with Yun, then frowned and continued, “Actually, I think I'll take two of everything. I don't know if Mako ate.”
“Oh, Mako was in here earlier,” Yun said. “He treated Lillian to a meal.”
“Lillian,” Reina repeated. “I see...well, I guess I'll just take one of everything, then.”
Mako was still out when Reina came home. She propped her notebook on the table and read while she ate. She was so absorbed in her notes, that she didn't notice that Mako had returned home. When he said her name, she jumped and her notebook fell over. As she grabb