The conversation didn't really go anywhere else, not that Lukas had really expected it to. Lukas had an idea, the girl thought that it was terrible, and then they just stood there for a moment reaffirming their stances on the matter. All they had learned was that, in all likelihood, they would not be working together in this ordeal.
Still, Lukas figured that this sort of thing would happen. You can't get everyone to agree with you, after all. It's frustrating as hell, but he was just going to have to let it go for now. Besides, he needed a change of scenery, hopefully one with fewer bloodstains on the floor.
"Okay, if that's all, I guess I'll be taking my leave. C'mon Zoe, let's get out of here."
Lukas turned on his heel and walked out the front doors, away from the hotel. He had a teammate and a plan now. All he had to do was figure out a way to make it work.
Somehow, he knew that would be much, much harder than it sounds.
((Lukas Graves continued in It's Dangerous to Go Alone, Take This