Dottie's post here
Dolph answers by saying "Dolph." Somehow his phone answering habits are supposed to be characterizing, because Anita goes on about them for a fat paragraph.
Anita tells Dolph everything. She points out that the Talbot kid wants to be a doctor, and that the Ursa is a chiropractor. The lions own a restaurant. If it comes out that they're all weres, they're all likely to lose their jobs and any opportunities like going to med school. On the one hand I understand why, given how LKH has portrayed her shifters. They're utterly unsympathetic. They act like a bunch of murderous sociopathic sadists and in fact in some ways I'm surprised they haven't been run out of town the way people tend to run registered sex offenders out of town.
On the other hand I think I'm meant to believe that the average person doesn't know this about the shifters. Remember how the pack tortured a werewolf to death for talking to a reporter? So if the average person doesn't know this, why does the mere fact someone turns in to an animal warrant such an extreme response? Does the ability to turn in to a leopard or a dog negatively impact your ability to serve hamburgers? And remember, this is a world where magic and magical creatures have always been a known quantity. Isn't it more likely that they've come up with fail safes to keep shifters under control, like medical leave around the full moon?
Anita is mad that Dolph doesn't trust her to give the whole truth, even though she's being lying to him from the jump. See, everyone is supposed to sense when she's acting in good faith, because she can't comprehend that not everyone is obsessed with her and tuned in to her whims at all times.
Anita says Dolph's name a million times, because that's not awkward at all. Imagine having a conversation with someone who managed to work your name in to every sentence.
Anita whines to herself about how Dolph is just such a grouch, blaming it on his hatred of "the monsters" rather than her fucking lying through her teeth constantly. I still think she should stop using that word, by the way.