Vincent was a little embarrassed when she'd mentioned his eating habits and smiled, slowly patting his mouth after he finished. "Sorry Alex, I was, and alot has changed over the years," he laughed, though it really was no laughing matter. Even though he'd been at his business for nearly two years, he'd never came out and told Alexis about it, for fear she would scold him for being such an idiot. He enjoyed his job, nevertheless, an it was suited to him in various ways.
As he looked at Alexis, she seemed disturbed by something. If there was one thing he'd picked up in all his espionage training, it was how to read people, and he was one of the best. She's troubled that my news is going to be bad, he thought, Damn.. If only she were wrong. Smiling, he leaned over and kissed her forehead, like he always did when he told her everything would be alright. "Hey, don't worry. Ok?"
"Hey! Lady! Can we get a refill?" asked one obnoxious man. Vincent would just glare, wishing that he could intervene, but alas, he could not. Sighing, he looked at her apologetically. "I guess you had better go, before you get into trouble," he said, smiling to her reassuringly.