Honestly NotLayton dashed back towards his office, being sure to at least glance in every classroom that he went past, just in case.Honestly Not in Drama More Like This
It wasn’t like him to get panicked, at least not outwardly. He was known for being the level head in any situation. And yet, when those who were close to him were involved, he couldn’t stop himself from worrying.
Emmy hadn’t been in University all day. She hadn’t been in the study. She hadn’t been at home. She hadn’t been in the park. She hadn’t been anywhere he could think to check.
By this point, he had little choice but to retrace his steps around everywhere he could think of her being. Which had eventually brought him back to Gressenheller and in a few more steps would lead him to his office.
She sounded even more startled than he was, almost dropping her camera, but at the last minute managing to clutch onto its strap. If he hadn’t known how fond she was of it, then Layt
Old and New Future"You didn't want to see the professor?" Clive asked, regarding Luke thoughtfully from the other side of the glass that separated them.Old and New Future in Romance More Like This
"Well, I thought about it," Luke admitted, "And I will go see 'im eventually, but I wanted t' see you first "
Clive was always hostile.
"'Cause 'cause you're the future me," Luke fell back on, lamely.
"But I'm not," Clive said, "You shouldn't focus on something that you and the professor uncovered to not be true seven years ago."
Seven years? Had it been that long already?
"Look, is it so wrong that I wanted t' see you?" Luke snapped, "It's been forevah since I was back in London and I just missed you, somehow."
"Oh." It seemed that Clive had no witty response to that. "Th-thanks "
"So, um, 'ow 'as life been treatin' you?" Luke asked awkwardly.
"Do I have to point out to you where I am?" Clive reminded.
That was a bit of a no-brainer. Clive had been arrested for his crimes and from the look of things he'd probably never get