Biting down in frustration on the inside of her cheek, she quickly jogged up to Kai who acted like he couldn't hear her as she called out to him. When she finally managed to fall into step beside him, she pinched him hard on his arm.
Suppressing the pain, Kai looked down as his eyebrows lifted in mock surprise. "Do I know you?"
Resisting the urge to slap him across the face, Ena asked in the sweetest voice possible, "Can I have my necklace back?"
"What are you talking about?" He asked, making his voice sound so clueless it was almost believable.
"Sorry," she said, "I meant to say: give me my necklace back."
Kai couldn't help but for a grin escape onto his face. He'd predicted this kind of a behaviour from Ena, now that he knew her better than just a girl on the field.
Smiling, he said, "I will. If you tell me what your name is."
"Aurora," she said quickly. Too quickly. It was an obvious lie and the expression that crossed her face - as if she was a deer surprised by the head lights of an oncoming car - helped Kai to know she was lying.
"First of all, nice name. Second of all, I know it's not your real name as I remember it starting with an E on your sports tee. And third of all, you're the worst liar I've ever met."