"Shall we?" He said starting up the stairs. Marina followed slowly, something was telling her to hold back but she didn't know what. He seemed nice, and he'd offered her a more comfortable, though odd looking, place to stay. What was this feeling of doubt she couldn't shake?
They proceeded inside the house and Marina flinched at the thought of what awaited her. She had no idea mortal men could live in a place that was so out of sync with nature. Once inside she gazed around at the small house.
Directly ahead was a kitchen/dining room area (or that's what he called it) and 3 doors on the walls behind it. 2 bedrooms and what he called a bathroom. Ineed inside wasn't SO bad, but there were no wall decorations or rugs to make it more homey in her opinion.
He continued into the back and took the door to the right leading her into a good size room. It had a bookcase, a couch, a bed, and a dresser. Very plain and simple.
"This shall be your room. It overlooks the gardens if you desire to look out." He said, his warm friendly demeanor coming back.
He cleared his throat, muttered a goodnight, and left for his bedroom. Immediatly he pulled out his phone and dialed a number.
"Do not fool yourself with this one." She warned. "Charm her, seduce her, amuse her, you MUST lay claim to her as soon as you can." She snapped. "No mistakes. Your brother's did it, and now it's your turn. It was easy enough to get the little fool to digrace her family to get her here. The rest is up to YOU." She went on.
"I know mother." He snapped.
"Just to make sure there are no mistakes I'm sending a spell your way. We can't have you running off to change every night. You wont have enough time with her." She said thoughtfully. "This will bind you to this, mortal form." She said, pronoucning mortal as if it were a curse word. She then hung up and immediatly Dimitri felt her spell starting.