“I’m just making things a little more interesting,” he replied with a shrug of his shoulders. “It’s not as if you’ve been playing fair.”
He looked around him and focused his gaze on the building where Rebecca’s client was. A smile grew on his face as he noticed something.
“Don’t worry. I’m sure if you move really quickly you can stop him.”
He pointed to the car that was currently racing away from the driveway.
“Whoops. Looks like you’ll have to concentrate a little harder from now on.”
Rebecca folded her arms over her chest and glared at her brother. “No, I haven’t but I wouldn’t take out Sebastian. And really, I wasn’t breaking any rules, I was just finding loopholes to them.”
As she watched the car pull from the driveway and drive off, she hissed under her breath. “Fuck.”
“It doesn’t matter. You have what? Three or four to my six.” She pulled out her phone starting clicking away at the keys furiously. “About to be seven.”