Natasha nodded and smiled. She was glad she had someone to help her. She had tried a couple different tracking spells, but none of them helped any. She wouldn't be surprised if her sister, Natalie, had a part in it. Ever since her twin sister and herself turned 16, they have been at each other throat's, for decades now. It had been over twenty years since she had lost seen or heard from Natalie, but that was because the two couldn't be any different. Natasha practiced good magic, so she was a 'white witch', and her sister, Natalie, practiced dark magic, so she was a 'black witch', and very dangerous. Natasha pulled out a picture from her wallet, handing it to Jack.
"This is her. Her name is Rose Edwards, she kept the last name of her deceased husband, he was mortal, and her third." Natasha said with a shrug. When he was concerned where he should stay, Natasha smiled. "I've got a couch in my home, it isn't fancy.. but it's something, and free." She said, but remembered he had a car. "Uhm, the only thing is you can't exactly get there by driving.. it's a small trail you walk, on a few minutes from town. We'll go there and work some things out, I'll need a few things from you for the cure." She said. "Follow me."
She led him back through town, past the small shops, and into the forest, where a few short minutes later, they were approaching her homy cottage. She remembered the spell she had put up. "Hold on." She said. She stopped, closed her eyes, mumbled a few words, and the protection spell was broken. She led him inside. "Would you like some tea? Water? I've got a couple cans of Coke also." She said, but a loud bang caused her to jump, dropping the coke can on the ground. She felt an all to familiar presence outside and she rolled her eyes. "Great." She mumbled, opening the front door. A beautiful woman who had a lot of Natasha's features stood in the front yard. She had raven-black hair, piercing green eyes, slender build, and had on a snug-fitting pair of black leather pants, white tank-top and black leather jacket with black boots. Her hair was swept to the side and she had on bright red lipstick. "Natasha." The girl said in a dangerously silky voice.
"Natalie." Natasha said bitterly, glaring at her sister. "It's been awhile..."