How could Kenzo explain this to his little sister? After all, he knew this was more than having a cup of tea and catching up.
She wondered why he didn't have a girlfriend.
"No, I'm not gay." He said first thing. At least, he didn't think he was. Still, he did remain quite a mystery. "I dunno." He then admitted. "I guess..I..I love myself too much." He was even careful about having friends. He didn't really have many of those, either.
Sure, he looked so happy on most days. And maybe, he was just a good actor.
"People, scare me." He nodded. Naturally, Violet looked at him as if he was just a big tease. But it was true. He didn't want anyone hurting him.
"Working with people, is hard enough." He told her that was enough in a day's work. Why did she want him seeing people outside of work. Besides, he only wanted to spend money on himself. He liked having a new phone, new laptop, new furniture. He did not want a messy life. "Who's this Minho, anyway?"
Kenzo looked at his sister as if she really shouldn't be meddling in other people's business, but he was beginning to see they were complete opposites.
"Nico is trying to help out a friend," Violet said.
"Nico?" Kenzo tilted his head to the side and winced hard. This sounded complicated.
"She's..she's sort of like a sister to him..and well, she left for the states with her husband...and well, she was living with Minho." Violet told him.
"Oh." Kenzo stared into his tea, which was getting cold. He pushed it toward her as if she could warm it up. Yes, he did like for her to wait on him.
"Look, I'm not asking you to date him, but if..if you could be here when..when he comrd over and you know, the four of us could..have a meal..." Violet started.
"Sounds, like a date to me." He smirked.
"It could be a bromance." She smiled. "Maybe you could handle a bromance..instead of a romance."
Kenzo squinted hard, wondering if there was a difference.