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Of course the guy made a big deal about it. Like those guys always do, but Kat knew how to handle them. She could stand up for herself and, being smaller than them or not, she knew how to make an impression.
"You know the rules, Greg." Kat said seriously, giving the man before her a very stern look. "The girls are complaining about you and I've warned you before."
Greg, a tall, but not very atheletic guy with dark blonde hair and blue eyes, was about to reply something, when Jason interrupted. He turned around, giving a slight glare at Jason, which was not lost on Kathleen. She had her guard up, just like she knew she had to.
"Nothing I can't handle mister." Kathleen said to Jason. She was impressed that someone actually got up to come over and help if necessary, but right now she had everything under control.
"You better leave Greg, before I call my bouncers over." she said to the upset looking man before her.
After being spoken to, Kat turned her attention to Jason and sighed a little bit. He was a nice man, she could tell. His actions spoke for that very clearly. It was rare to find a man like that in here.
"Not exactly me, but the girls." Kat replied. "You see, some guys pay a little too much attention to some girls and it gets ugly real fast sometimes. In this case, my girls complained."
Of course, taking care of that wasn't the only thing she did for those girls. She was like a mother, listening to their problems, giving advice and sometimes she jumped in when one called in sick and there was nobody else who could jump in.
Kat was always there for the dancers and every other employee of the club. They knew, whenever there was a problem, they could come to her and she'd do her best to take care of it. And she liked that kind of job.
"So uh... I haven't seen you here before... this your first time here?" she asked, looking at the man before her. Truth be told - he did look kinda attractive, but Kat wouldn't show that too obviously. It wasn't her style.
Seems like he doesn't have a girlfriend to go home to at the end of the day... maybe that's why he won't take days off. Couldn't hurt to talk for a little bit, though, could it?
Considering that thought, she eventually nodded her head once. "Sure. Why not."
"Thank you very much." she said, sitting down.
Then Kat let her eyes wander around the club for a moment, just to make sure everything was okay and she could enjoy a moment and relax. When she saw everything was quiet, Kathleen looked back at Jason.
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btw... she didn't actually crinkle her nose, so he couldn't see it. She did that in her mind
"Been working here for three years tomorrow." Kat replied casually. Talking about work, great. She loved her job, she really did, but she had imagined something a little less work-related for small talk. It'll come...
Sure, the blond rebel would flirt around just like every other woman, but she wasn't going to get involved with anyone this fast.
Oh no, he's gotta show a little more efford if he wants to know about me.
"I don't think there's anything to tell at this point, besides that I work here and I know what I want." she replied. "I don't spill personal stuff just like that."
"That depends on the definition of most men." Kathleen countered. "I'm just not the type of woman who lets her guard down just because a guy seems to be nice. I may be a bad girl, but I'm protective of my feelings and my heart."
Gee, feisty again... nice, really nice. If that doesn't scare him away, you're lucky, Kat. But what could she do? It was the truth and she was still hurting inside, which she wouldn't show of course, but he might guess if he was smart.
And besides, he said he liked her honesty, so maybe he was able to see more of what she was saying than other guys did. Maybe he really was different from the last guy she thought was nice. Maybe I am lucky this time.
"Most of the guys coming here would've dropped the flirting act by now." Kat said honestly, looking into his eyes. Her voice was a lot softer and more friendly now.
"Adopted daughter as a single parent? That's surprising." Kat replied casually. "Guess you're one of really lucky ones."
Okay, that probably wasn't what he'd expected to hear, but right now, Kat wasn't sure about what she actually had going with Jason and if she wanted something going at all. She just met him, how should she know?
"Nothing interesting, actually." she replied eventually.
Beautiful woman? Huh, but I though you weren't flirting with me...
"Good luck trying... when I get home from work I usually need to sleep." she said casually, not looking at him.
Before she would let her guard down and change her attitude he needed to learn that Kat didn't like those kind of games. She was someone who spoke her mind clearly, although sometimes she was good at this game of dropping hints. But after her last relationship, Kat would wait until he stopped beating around the bush and came right out and said that he wanted to meet up with her outside the club.
If he came right out and asked her, maybe she would say yes.