She took your hand and began dragging you off, as you and Leon were exchanging puzzled looks. You heard him shout her name as she pulled you around a corner.
“Why won't you just tell him how you feel Ada?” you questioned as she leant back against the wall. “He's obviously crazy about you, and I know you like him as well. You need to make your mind up about your relationship with him, for your sake and his.”
She laughed and said in a smooth voice, “You're one to talk.” Her green eyes came up to meet yours.
“Redfield follows you around like a puppy, but you've never done anything about that.”
You blushed and shook your head.
“Never mind that right now, answer the question Ada.”
“There's not enough time to explain why, and you wouldn't understand anyway. We have unfinished business to attend to, lets go.”
Ada drew her handgun and began to walk away while you sighed.
“I never understood you from the day we became friends,” you said quietly as you took out your magnum. “But I'm used to it I guess.”
And with that, you followed after her.