|rebelfairytale (rebelfairytale) wrote in wariscoming,|
@ 2012-02-16 23:41:00
|Entry tags:||aurora moriarty, emma moriarty, jim moriarty|
Who: Emma, Jim and Aurora and npc!Drivers
What: The Moriartys get together for lovey dovey criminal family fun!
When: A while after arriving in the past
Where: Lawrence street then wherever Jims at right now
Warnings: TBA; so far, inapproriate flirting XD
Aurora stared at her phone in frustration then locked the screen. People were so stupid, believing that horrible British asshole over her dad. Her daddy wasn't a killer, THAT was insane, not him!
Even if he didn't come to get her himself. She hated all the drivers, the impersonal way they acted, she could never get them to talk to her or anything. They seemed almost scared of her, which was just weird.
She kicked a random can on the sidewalk and scowled. This was all so odd and annoying and NOT FAIR. Why did she have to live in such a shitty town as Lawrence and why did there have to be a crazy seal and why did she have to get caught burning that bitch Jessie's clothes and why did they kick her out and why everything?! Biting back tears of anger and frustration she sat on the kerb and fumed silently for a few minutes, pulling her last smoke from her backpack and lighting up. By the time she stubbed it out a black car pulled up next to her, and she sighed in relief.
A young man in a suit got out and raised an eyebrow at her questionly. "Aurora, yes?" She nodded and smiled coyly. "Uhuh, that's me. Y'know you're kinda cute for one of d.." she stopped herself. He wouldn't know Jim was her Dad, not in this world. "Jim's boys." She could see the edge of a tatto underneath his suit cuffs and he was muscly, a scar just visible peaking out from his collar. A bad boy reformed....very nice. She ran a finger over his chest for a second and smirked. "Nice suit..."
She hopped in the passenger seat of the car before he could respond, smiling to herself. He slid into the drivers seat and started the car without looking at her, but she could see out of the corner of her eye that he was smiling too. He glanced at her before he pulled out. "I have to admit, I don't normally get asked to pick up pretty young girls. What age are you?"
Aurora just smirked again and didn't reply. Maybe this place wasn't so bad after all, and once she got to her Dad everything would be fine; it always was.