If anyone were to look at the Nymph right now, they would see the clear look of exhaustion etched onto her features. Aurora typically spent her days out by the sea, watching over it and making sure no one littered like they tended to do with others seas and lakes because nothing hurt the water Nymph more than seeing the one thing her entire being was drawn to crumble before her very eyes. If the sea were to become disgusting and nothing like the beautiful blue it was today, Rora would be in danger. It was the only thing that kept her alive and she'd be damned if anyone were the reason for her downfall so day after day, she'd wake up early in the morning and come to the sea, either swimming or just dipping her feet into the water. If someone were to so much as walk into the water with a plastic cup in hand, she'd speak her mind and though anyone would find this behavior to be a little extreme and out of the ordinary, the female could care less. Keeping the sea clean would also keep the other creatures, such as the mermaids within, safe so that was just an added bonus.
Aurora didn't head home until late that very night, a sigh escaping her lips as she stripped out of her clothes and entered the shower before she could go to bed that night. The shower water was nothing compared to the sea but it held her over until she could return to it. The moment she crawled into bed and let her head hit the pillow beneath it, the female was out like a light, only to wake up in a alternate universe that disguised her dreams..
-- DREAM --
Aurora stood before her mirror, buttoning up her white blouse and tucked it into her dress pants before adjusting the blazer over her shoulders. The clock above her head had just hit 8:45am and knowing her, she'd be running late to work this morning like always but without caring, she continued her morning routine at her own pace, pulling her long blonde locks into a ponytail at the center of the back of her head. Once her heels were slipped onto her feet, the female grabbed her bag, keys, and the other essentials she'd need before hurrying out the front door.
The drive to the agency was short and within minutes of getting on the road, the blonde was pulling into her parking spot, parking, and heading inside the building while putting her badge on around her neck. Upon entering the meeting room, Rora was greeted by the other agents including the head who was in the middle of handing out assignments. She knew who her partner was for this one before she was even handed her file because the head always seemed to pair the two together so once she was given the file, her eyes skimmed over the info inside briefly and though she expected to see that she had a specific case to deal with, like locating a suspected killer, the last thing she did expect was to see that she would have to go undercover. That, however, wasn't what she had a problem with; Aurora did have a problem with how the two agents would have to go undercover. So, what did the blonde do? She went to speak with the Agent in Charge in hopes of getting a different mission, at least but to no avail as her leader told her to basically deal with it and to go on her merry way.
Her and Vin's mission this week? They were to portray this high profile couple, ironically as the two never got along, in order to get close to the city Mayor. He was suspected of being involved in a series of disappearances, mainly of teenage girls, around the city. It was believed that the girls were taken for trafficing purposes because they had disappeared without a trace and all leads returned to the Mayor himself. The FBI, however, didn't have enough probable cause to arrest him so it was up to Aurora and Vincent to get him to confess or finding something that put him and the crime together.
Clearly unhappy with the decision, Aurora didn't speak to anyone else, simply grabbing her things along with her folder and going off to find her partner, wherever he'd wondered off to at this point because though she saw him when she came in, seeing as she scowled at him briefly the moment their eyes met, he was nowhere to be found now that the agents spoke with their partners about whatever mission they had for the next couple of days, knowing theirs was probably way better then hers.
The blonde looked around, questioning those working at their desks whether they saw Vincent or not and most, if not all, claimed he'd left the building already. Great. Just my luck. She thought, her heels clicking against the tile floor as Aurora quickly made her way outside and bam, there stood the idiot on his phone. Was leaving the building altogether needed? She approached him, removing the red gloves that once adorned her petite hands. "You really know how to push my buttons." She spoke with an eye roll, walking until she stood before him with a good distance between the two because God knows she didn't want to be in his personal space like she didn't want to be in his. Holding up the folder in her grasp, she gave a dry smile. "Looks like we'll be a married couple for the next couple of days." She said with clear distaste.