I watched his body chenge. He crouched on the roof, one hand gripping the edge. All that strange friendliness disappeared, and he was a hunter. That was something I recognized, something I was comfortable with because I understood it.
I turned off my brain. It was time to hunt. I took a deep breth, drawing in the scent of the blood insede the humans below. They weren`t the only humans around, but they were the closest. Who you were going to hunt was the kind of decision you had to make before you scented your prey.
It was too late now to choose anything.