"What do you want?" she hissed, snatching her hand away in fury.
"Hello Shay. Nice we could meet again. I just came to tell you something."
"Oh yeah? Well don't waste your breath, I won't be listening."
Catherine ignored her. "Don't listen to the wolf."
"He makes more sense than you, you twisted little-"
"I want you to help me."
Shay actually laughed. It was an icy, spiteful laugh, full of scorn. "Now you're asking? You're crazy. You killed millions of innocent school kids. You destroyed a school. You think death is a big game and you even considered the thought of me helping you? You're nuts."
"I was going to tell you what the riddles meant," Catherine retorted dryly.
"Did you not hear me? I said-"
"I heard you. What do they mean then."
"Nuh uh uh," Catherine teased, waggling a finger annoyingly, like Shay was a small child trying to steal a cookie. "I need your word that you'll help me."
"Do what, exactly?" Shay sneered.
"Destroy this school."
"You're a complete nutter."
"Promise me," Catherine growled. "Or you'll no longer be a supernatural." She rolled up her sleeves, smirking. "Your choice fire girl."
Shay scowled at the reference to the computer character. "Fine," she spat out, lying.
"No I'm not."
"Then give me a trust."
Shay's eyes widened. She'd already made a bond with wolf boy, now a trust? "No."
"Then I don't tell you and you lose your abilities."
"Goodbye Catherine," Shay said coldly, and disappeared from sight, using her super speed to dart in and out of the trees with smugness.
"You will be sorry, Shay Ferney, you'll be sorry!" Catherine screamed after the laughing girl, frustrated that she had let her slip her grasp again. And Catherine disappeared into the icy water. She only had two days left to live. She'd make it worthwhile.
I'm not perfect. I know this. Don't remind me every day.