Naina didn’t know if it was right to inerrupt their conversation, but it seemed like you could feel the tension between them, so she had to inerrupt them ”Do you want to drink something, coffee, tee, water, cola or something else, I can look if i have a bit of espresso, if you want or do you guys want to eat something, i just wanted to eat something so how about that?”
It seemed like they didn’t liked each other, yes Roy was not pleased, but Abhay didin’t care about him, his attention was fixed on Naina and only on her. Naina felt very unsure about the situation, she went to the kitchen and made something for both.
Roy chuckled some and leaned his head back, looking off the other way, nodding to himself.
“Yeah, business has been rather tough lately.” He agreed, turning just his eyes back to Abhay, the smile growing a bit wider and more devious.
“Thanks to newcomers, like yourself, who think to make a pretty penny quickly off of more experienced Lords, like myself, causes confusion and hope for others.
The system only works if people are recruited for jobs, not setting up contrasting empires.” He explained as he moved a few steps closer, expressing how he was advancing him into a retreat with his body-language, demanding a submission from his pup. “You are fucking up your own business… Boy.” He added in a harsh whispery tone.
Abhay cocked his eyebrow, smiling more and leaning closer to Roy, “Well then, maybe you, the experienced one, should teach me how to do things.” He shot back. He watched Naina wander off and he felt some-what out of place since she was almost out of slight now. He was there for her, not for Roy. Whatever, a challenge was a challenge.
But he didn’t let any of his “doubt” show in his body language nor in his tone of voice. Though he stepped down and bowed his head some, he was allowing Roy to be the leader…for now…. He didn’t want him too pissed off because he was the head of the snake and that being said, Abhay wanted a chance at being in charge one day. And having Roy (the leader of the gangsters and crimelords) be angry at him was not a good idea in this case.
Abhay stood in a less aggressive way and smiled nicely at him once more.