Honestly, Olivia wasn't sure how much she could hold it in about her feelings when it came to Liz.
"How could he have done such a thing, without asking me?" She looked at Ellie as if she'd need to talk to Roger about this.
She was over at Ellie's for tea and didn't want to go home.
"I can't stand Liz." She fretted. "I thought we were going to do like this interview process, like you know, somebody taking a job, or something. Don't you think the other roommates should have a say in who gets the room?"
"Yeah," Ellie agreed. "I'm sure though, when he saw that cash, Roger wasn't thinking."
"Precisely!" Olivia bit into a short bread cookie then.
"Well, have you tried to talk to her?" Ellie wanted to know.
"No." Olivia gritted.
"You know how well you and Heath got along." Ellie shrugged.
"That was different. She's like the she devil. A man-eater. I don't know, she's just different." Olivia gritted more. The thought of her as a roommate.
"Well, just don't make it worse, OK?" Ellie looked at her as she filled her cup with a little more hot water.
Olivia nodded. This was really going to be difficult. Things had been perfect when Ellie and Lon were there. Now, she knew she'd be miserable with Liz around.