The two exorcists woke the next morning and walked down to the kitchen where they found the butler cooking.
"Good morning Gentlemen. Please have a seat in the dining hall, breakfast will be served shortly." The butler said with a smile.
The two walked in and sat down. After around ten minutes, they watched as Ciel descended the stairs, followed by Sebastian. Allen didn't know what to make of the butler; it was like he was a shadow.
"Sorry to keep you waiting." Ciel said as he sat down at the head seat at the table.
"Please don't apologize, it is not a problem. By the way, thank you so much for letting us stay here. I know that you went out of your way to do so." I said as Sebastian brought out dishes of food.
"I don't mind letting a relative of mine stay here." Ciel answered as Sebastian poured him up some morning tea.
"But still, thank you."
"If I say you're welcome, will you be happy?" Ciel asked, noticing Allen's game.
"Well then, you're welcome." Ciel smirked and sipped his tea.
A week at the manor passed by quickly and Allen and Lavi were to leave the next day. Over the week Lavi had noticed something.
"Isn't it odd that those two are always together?" Lavi asked quietly as the two prepared for the day ahead of them.
"What do you mean?" Allen asked.
"I mean…are they more than just master and servant?"
Allen laughed. "Are you suggesting that my cousin and that man are…?"
"Well it looks like it."
"Where's your proof?" Allen asked.
"That's the thing! They are pretty good at hiding it."
Allen shook his head. "I can't believe you."
"Just watch. I am going to prove it to you." Lavi said and ran out the room.
Allen sighed and followed.