Thea heard the sigh and part of her wanted to go back to him. In response, she released a sigh of her own before picking up her discarded clothing. "I'm going to go get dressed. Maybe we can make that dessert after our would you prefer spending the night alone?" She didn't give him a chance to reply before leaving the room and heading to the lounge to get dressed.
Quickly get dressed, she opted to just sit on the bed and think for a bit. Was she really willing to sacrifice her life for Evin? She knew she wasn't willing to give up Sanji, that is why she wouldn't let him go. But her life was so entirely different thing. "I might not come back from this. Can I knowing put everyone through that?"
"Thanks." Zoro walked in and sat down but said nothing further. Instead he simply watched as Emerza slept.
After several minutes of sitting in silence, Thea got up. She wasn't sure if Sanji was still in the bathhouse or had made his way to the kitchen. Either way, she was sure that they're be spending the night apart. When entering the kitchen, she noticed it was empty. [I Well at least e won't have to talk about it again.]
Nami entered the kitchen not long after and saw Thea making, what are assumed to be tea. "Oh, hi."
"Mhm," Thea responded as she placed the kettle on the burner and turned it on. "You're right you know."
"That I don't deserve him. I never have and I've known it my whole life. It isn't even a matter of him being a prince. Tough that does play some part in it." She kept her back to the other woman, still getting stuff together for tea. "He's never once been cruel. He's always kind and takes into consideration the feelings of everyone around him. It's easy to feel safe around him because you know he'll protect you at the cost of his life." She stopped moving for a moment and sighed. "He can do so much better than me. Especially since I'm willing to risk execution by returning to Germa to save my best friend."
"So why won't you let us go instead?"
"Because if he goes he'll lose his freedom. He'll be back to suffering at the hands of his brothers and he'll be living a life he hates."
"How do you know?"
Thea turned to Nami finally, "I grew up with him. I witnessed first hand the abuse and how unhappy he was." When the kettle started whistling she turned back to it and proceeded to make get cup of tea. "Do you want any?"
"No," Nami replied before leaving the kitchen workout the glass of water for had planned on getting. On her way out the door she ran into Sanji. "Oh! Sanji, I'm sorry. Hey are you okay?"