consultingprotege

   { The World’s second w o r s t crime is boredom

                    —well, the first is being a bore. }

"A bunch of a few more devotees or are you rather here for a completely different reason?" He didn’t seem to be in any hurry as he left the shadows behind him and walked into the light instead. "People bored me rather often lately. I do hope you’re not wasting my time because I won’t guarantee for my mood not to flip its table then." He quipped with a grin on his lips as he turned his gaze towards his newest acquaintance.

"Now tell me, darling, to what do I possibly owe the honor?"

15 Potential Clients

consultingprotege

humblehamish 

dont—stop-me-now

thedoctor-just-the-doctor 

guardian-of-a-timelord 

ask-a-handsome-soldier 

homra-no-orihime

suki-warrior-princess 

the-wolf-who-would-be-queen

nocturnum-familiae

negative-perfection 

darklingking

anonani

anie-r 

kerrinandherdragon

How unexpected. This had better be important. I don’t want to hear one uninteresting word. Not one. Not in the mood.

She blinked, startled by the sudden amount of talking and questions being tossed at her. “I don’t know either of my parents, and I certainly don’t have anything that belongs to either, since I’ve never met them. I only remember mum’s voice, and barely that. I was less than a year.” She wrinkled her nose. “Can’t you tell me her name? At least I can go and try to find her instead of wandering London like a complete loon. Find out whyshe didn’t want me.”

"Oh don’t be stupid." Holmes exclaimed, "Of course she wanted you, it was a matter of not being able to safely  have you under her custody. Your mum is a very naughty woman, clever, too. If her enemies knew she had a daughter, you both would be in disastrous trouble. We need to figure out who she is. If you come with me, I guarantee by the end of today, you will know who your father is." he glared, bold confidence, yet a distant stare looked right through the young woman.