The mayor gave an accepting nod as if he hadn't noticed her demeanor change. "Of course. I will." He assured her with a soft smile. He knew where she lived. He knew she knew. But formalities were polite. Of course it would provide warning, but the fox did not know where his home was. There was nothing to tell her how long she would have between his text and his arrival... he could play it close enough.
"Until tonight." He returned to her. Until tonight he had shopping to complete, meetings, dinner to make... and some preparations in case tonight went south. Which it very well could do, and very fast.
"I will get you your license back." Were the only words needed to convince Owen to look after his cousin for the night. After the boy's run in with the law he hadn't been able to drive himself anywhere. Which not only was an inconvenience on the boy who had to deal with adult family members dropping him off in the most embarrassing ways possible, but it was a drain on the adults too who had to go out of their way to get him places. Their home was well out of town and secluded. Great for privacy. Not so much when he had to drive around a teenager to school and school activities or to find good places for his school photography projects... Kristofer was certain that he could convince Judas to hand the card back. It wasn't a legal issue and they'd all paid for the boys crime sufficiently already.
Kristofer did just as he had promised, sending a simple text to the number he found off of the business card that his family obligations for the night had been completed. He had already come closer into town, claiming to be coming from the office rather than leave any hint as to where he himself lived. He knew where she did, that didn't mean he needed to provide her clues to where he did. The dragon mayor had warned his father that he would be around that side of town, but he resisted his father's interrogation until finally claiming to be running late and getting out of there quickly.
With any luck, Judas would not follow him. Or if this went south perhaps it would be lucky if Judas had followed him. Callian pulled up to the gate of the property, giving a careful look around the front. Particularly at the extensively secure fencing around it, an almost impressed look upon his face as he did. Perhaps they should upgrade their own security system. He took in a deep breath of the cool night air as he put the car window down. It smelled of the woods, the lake, fairly typical. He was expecting some stench of the monster mentioned.
He sat quietly leaned back in his seat, his eyes closed as he took a careful examination of the property from above. If he had paid attention to anything his father said tonight, it was to be careful. Plan his escape routes before he even let her know he was here. Although with her security, she probably knew. The only thing better than using his abilities to check out a view of above would have been flying over physically and well... he wouldn't do that. It would be too obvious.
Kris pulled himself back to the ground, reaching for his phone. He sent her a quick text. "At the gate." And then waited, although he had a feeling she would be popping up on him very quickly.
Notes// sorry this took so long!