“…” Ciel’s eyes widened lightly at the sudden proximity, not noticing when did the demon move from his place.
The boy suppressed a shudder at the gentle caress on his neck, not taking his attention away from the paperwork, but stopped his reading for a few seconds: “That is what you came for? Don’t you ave duties to attend to or something to do?” he asked, little irritation clear in his tone.
“I know, you don’t.” he said mockingly, chuckling and shaking his head. He returned his attention back to the papers infront of him that he had to sign. “I’m just letting you know… You won’t have much to do to get him in your bed, you know?” he said, absently, without looking at him.
“…. Thank you, I guess.” he said, surprised at the rose petals.
Ciel glared at his butler, hearing his words, before he returned to read the newspaper on his desk, a hand supporting his head: “I’m not here for your amusement, Sebastian. Just another thing you should never dream of forgetting.”
“It depends on the person, really.” he said, a little smirk curling up the corner of his lips. “But since, you don’t even trust me enough to tell who this person is, I don’t think I would be able to give you some advices. I’m sure that you don’t even need them, of course.” he added, a little mockingly. Because Ciel knew that the boy would be too proud to ask. What a strange notion… To be able to talk yourself.
“Mind your own business Sebastian! And that red outfit was horrible, don’t you even dare to dream about seeing it in the manor again!”
“Calling yourself a moron, eh?” he said, not offended at all but the insult, but rather amused by his twin’s behavior. “Alright, let’s say that I didn’t guess right -which I doubt it- but do you even know how to seduce someone?”