They continued the rest of their journey in silence, and by the time they reached the town it was near midnight, and it was freezing. When they could they shifted into animal form to keep warmer, but the town was still busy, even that late at night. Adrienne would have preferred to just walk back to Moscow, but this wasn’t Italy, and she was far from used to the cold yet. Even Jase was finding it difficult to keep his teeth from chattering, though he seemed to be a lot warmer than she was.
The train station was emptier than the rest of the town, though there were still people waiting on the platform, probably heading to Moscow like they were. Adrienne got herself a ticket first, still struggling to keep up with the language, but she managed. She got out onto the platform and found a bench. A few moments later Jase appeared a little ways down the platform. Since he’d stopped chasing her he’d stayed a good twenty yards behind her. It made Adrienne uncomfortable; she had