Willow hung up the phone and let out a sigh. What the hell was she going to do? She felt completely helpless. She had a chance to make Angel's soul permanent. But she didn't trust Lionel
Luthor. Willow couldn't imagine what Mr. Luthor's interest in Clark Kent was, but it couldn't be good. Still, she had a chance to help Angel.
Willow knew that Angel would never want her to get involved in something like this on his behalf. But Angel deserved this. He deserved a chance to be happy. And the fact was, this wouldn't just be helping Angel. If he ever lost his soul again......well, Willow didn't' even want to think about that. Making Angel's soul permanent could save lives.
She didn't trust Lionel. She knew that she shouldn't have anything to do with something he was a part of. Even if she hadn't know his history as a corrupt businessman, it only took a few minutes of talking with him to realize he was a slime ball.
Clark seemed like a really good guy. Willow couldn't imagine what someone like Lionel would want with him. At the same time, that made Willow think that maybe she could do this. She didn't think that Clark's secret, if he really had one, could be anything too damaging. And if it was, well, then she could simply tell Lionel to go to hell. She could agree to his plan, but she didn't have to follow through with it.
Letting out a sigh, Willow fall back onto the bed. She didn't believe it. She had actually decided to spy on someone, someone who could be a friend. As much as she believed that she had made the right decision, she couldn't help but fell that by doing this she was crossing some sort of line, and that maybe she wouldn't be able to ever cross back.
Her gaze fell on the alarm clock on the night stand. She shot to her feet. She was supposed to meet Lex and the others for lunch in just a few minutes. If she didn't hurry, she was going to be late. Despite all of her worries, Willow was excited about lunch. She was looking forward to spending more time with Lex Luthor.
In just the few hours she had spent with him the other day, she had felt something. There was a spark there, and she wanted to explore it. It wasn't like she could pursue any sort of long term relationship with the young billionaire. After all, she had to go back to Sunnydale before too long. But she still wanted to get to know him better.
She wanted to get to know the others too. Chloe seemed like a great girl, and from what she had been told about Pete, she was looking forward to meeting him too. Then there was Lana. Willow had just met her briefly, but she seemed nice enough. From what she had gathered Clark had a rather large crush on the girl. In just the few hours they had spent together, Willow realized that this fact bothered Chloe more than little.
Clark, may have a crush on Lana, but Willow had noticed a spark between him and Chloe. Well, as long as she was interfering in areas she shouldn't, maybe she should do something good too. Willow bit her lip. It wasn't as if hooking up Chloe and Clark would make up for what she was doing. She wasn't sure if anything would make up for a partnership with Lionel Luthor.
Willow sighed and shook her head. She couldn't do this now. She had to go and meet the others for lunch. She could wrestle with her conscience later. Now just wasn't the time. Willow glanced in the mirror, making sure that she looked presentable. She ran a finger though her hair and headed for the door, grabbing the keys to her rental car on the way out.