Vesper sighed as she typed away in her laptop. She knew that what she was doing wasn't going to solve the issue, but it would help her reduce the options. She couldn't do her research with everyone around because if anyone realised that someone was behind her again, hell would be lose once again.
"Vesper?" Paul's voice traveled from outside the door. "Why are you up?" He questioned opening the door. Vesper stopped typing and stared at Paul. "Vesper?"
"Couldn't sleep." Vesper lied. "I can't sleep so I am looking stuff up on internet." She added with a shrugged. "Did you know that in the Great China Wall, if a worker died, they would just push him to where they were building, and cover him up with the bricks?"
Paul furrowed his eyebrows and shook his head. "I didn't know that." He replied. "Go back to bed, we have a long day tomorrow."
"Noted." Vesper replied closing her laptop. "I'll see you in the morning dad."
Paul nodded and closed the door once again. The light from the hallway was turned off and Vesper opened her laptop once again. She stared out at Kaya who was sleeping on the bed across from her. Could she trust Kaya to help her? Could she even trust Kaya?
Niall pulled out his credit card to pay for the necklace he was about to buy. He had noticed Vesper eyeing the necklace on their walk, but she never said anything, and he wanted to get her something beautiful for her birthday. This was the very first birthday that she was going to spend with them, and he wanted for it be special. He thanked the lady from the counter and walked back to the café where everyone was.
"What were you doing yesterday night?" Kaya questioned Vesper as they ate.
"I was researching." Vesper replied. "A way to track people."
"Don't you already have your tracking program?" Kaya questioned.
"I do." Vesper replied. "But I want for it to be better." Vesper added. "I want for the program to track people with only reading their handwriting."
"That's impossible." Kaya scoffed.
"For you maybe." Vesper replied as she stood up.
She excused herself from the table and went over to the bathroom. Yesterday night she was doing two things, trying to find out what spy association hated her, and how to make her tracking program better, and so far she had not found anything for either.
You're never going to track me Vesper. You have no idea who I am. You will never know what is coming.
If I were you, I would run away from everyone once again.
Vesper rolled her eyes as she read the message. Another message meant that the person was near her, and knew where she was going to be, meaning that either they were bugged or someone from the security was working against her.
Folding the paper and shoving it on her pocket, Vesper turned around and smirked to the security camera. It was time to figure out who was behind all of this.