Hmm.... Well, you know, you honestly can't expect much better from someone who think his lies are good after just scratching the vile part of society.
I feel like I'm able to somehow understand what's going on, so let allow me to show my ignorance. With the piano piece he played in the back of her mind (remember it's a new piece, don't ask me how) and looking at his stubbornness, smiling tiredly in her mind, she thought: "let's just play along with him this time."
It's just my opinion but I think his thoughts along these lines: "Since I'm already scamming money, then do I need to bother about that?" I think it will be a good advise for you all to remember that he is just an honest man trying to scam someone for the first time.
Furthermore, if you have read reviews of other novels you would know that there are many reviews that can't be called reviews, so in that sense I don't think i did anything disturbing.
After reading synopsis (I repeat after ONLY reading synopsis) the only thing that I wish to expect from this novel is that MC dose NOT return to being human again. Seriously, wild life is way more straightforward, honest and (if comparing from human's) relaxing. I know I am being selfish and does not flow logic or whatever, but that is my sincere wish.