They found a rather popular diner after walking fifty yards down the street. Sam glanced over at Monet and waited nervously for her reaction. She stared in the window at all of the other patrons and seemed to be trying to make up her mind. After a few minutes, she nodded and led the way inside. They quickly found a corner booth and Sam slid in next to her while they waited for the waitress to make her way to their table.
As they waited, Monet and Sam talked about their lives before they came to the school. Sam learned that she was the eldest child of a wealthy ambassador. She’d been born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and she had three other siblings. When he asked about them, she only talked about her two, younger sisters. She told him that she had a brother, but, for some reason he couldn’t figure out, she refused to say anything more about him. He shrugged mentally and figured that they must’ve had a falling out at some point, so he let the matter drop.