“Plain is fine, really.” She said, taking the aspirin and water from him. She popped an aspirin in her mouth and sipped the water. She waited and watched as he left the room, relieved by the smell of coffee leaving the room. It was a kind gesture on his part, really, but she’s never been a fan of coffee. Unfortunately, now there was very little that masked the smell of his bedroom. She shuddered slightly. Look what she had gotten herself into, now. She had spent the night, not only in a vampire’s house, but in his bedroom! Even if she were to tell the pack, she doubt they would even believe her.
Tristan returned with her tea, handing it to her politely. She took it gratefully, drinking the tea. She felt it warm her body, and she sighed, closing her eyes. She opened them and looked at Tristan, who was still watching her carefully. “Ah…thanks.” She said finally, looking back to her tea. “For everything. But really, I should be going.” She stood up carefully, but the dizziness got to her once more, and she swayed before quickly sitting back down. Embarrassed, she looked away from him, and back to her tea. The tea was helping, but she still felt the after-affects of everything. She waited for the aspirin to kick in, wishing desperately that she could go back to sleep.
“You know what really cures a hangover? Vampire blood.” Laughing lightly at the look on her face, he shook his head and held up his palms. “I was only joking. But seriously? It does actually help most sickness.” Smiling a little at her he looked around the darkened room and wrinkled his nose at her smell. It was too much..animal in one person to be considered pleasant. It would take him awhile to get the smell to fully leave.
“No, problem. I would’ve put you in another room, but their were a ton of strippers that decided to take up residence in there with some of their..costumers.” Scratching his chin, he looked at her before moving back across the room to sit in his chair and read his paper. “You can stay for as long as you’d like. At least, until you feel better enough to leave.”