This is something that you may or may not now about Hawaii. It's hot. Which also means that when people aren't working there is very little clothing about. Unless of course you are Danny Williams who claims to hate Hawaii and is only here for his daughter. Everyone who knows Danny knows that secretly he loves it even though he would never admit it. I just sit there on the hood of a silver Chevrolet Camero with my back against the windshield, eyes closed, sunglasses holding my hair back and my duffle bag at my side.
"McGarrett. Get over here, there is a mysterious girl on my car." Danny called and I could help but smile, my eyes still closed, refusing to move.
"Why aren't you in New York?" Lieutenant Commander Steven J McGarrett asked. Even with my eyes closed I could tell that he had his arms crossed and was staring at me.
"Because my flight flew today when you were supposed to pick me up from the airport but forgot because according to Kono you were 'having another domestic in your bromance with Danny'." I replied.
"Thought you weren't due back until the 3rd." Danny stated, grabbing my duffle bag and throwing it in the back seat.
"Nope, today, I did text you. But you didn't replied so I just got a cab, dumped my stuff in the garage and headed down to the office when I saw your car I decided to wait for you." I replied.
"Steven, I am disappointed you, forgetting your only daughter the day she flies 5,700 miles home. I apologise on behalf of your useless father." Danny apologised.
"I called you too." I added.
"What were you saying about being a useless father Danno. I'm sorry I didn't get your message keiki. If I'd known you were coming home today then I would have picked you up from the airport."
"Do I get something to make it up to me?" I asked.
"You mean aside from your trip to New York that I paid for. Don't push it Allie. Get in the car." My dad replied.
So this is the beginning of a story that I'm writing that was sort of inspired by a one shot I wrote a couple of days ago, plus I just like the thought of McGarrett being a father to a teenage daughter. Clicky the review button, it makes me happy :D