Ena's hands twitched in anger as they clenched into fists, before realizing that throttling the guy wouldn't necessarily help her get her necklace back.
Sighing inwardly, she said - her voice testing patience, "My name is Ena. Spelled E-N-A. Satisfied?"
Grinning, he answered, "Very." It was clear that Kai loved the fact that the tables had turned to his side - he got to pull the strings and Ena had no choice but to go with it. And she hated every second.
Reaching into his pocket, he pulled out the delicate gold necklace and handed it to her. She wanted to snatch it from him and run away but instead took it as cautiously as possible, knowing that the slightest yank could break it.
The necklace was the last heirloom she had, it had been around her neck the night her parents had perished in the fire. And since that night, she'd never taken it off. But this was the first time she'd let someone else hold it and the fact that it was an overly egotistical boy irritated her.
"Aren't you going to thank me for giving it to you?" He asked, looking down at her with an expectant expression on his face.
Glaring, she shook her head at him fiercely. "I don't have anyone to thank. Not even you."
Pushing past him, she headed back to the stadium, but she knew this time, he wouldn't have the guts to follow.