hoouna:

Reluctant, no so much. Worried this is going to end up like the last time someone was working with them, only to try and bring them down? Who wouldn’t have been.  They worked too hard as a team to bring the task force together, last thing either of them needed was someone coming in and trying to dismantle it all.  He shrugs, lightly, watching her fill out what she needs as he retrieves a badge from the drawer. 

Once it’s all done, he takes back the papers and slips them into a folder for later ( where he’ll get copies and let jerry run his check ) and offers an even wider grin when she talks about hollywood failing at hawaii. He laughs. 

“Yeah, doesn’t really capture the beauty. Glad you’re liking it, and remember – I’m here to show you around this place I call home.”  He first offers out a hand, holding her badge in the other. 

“Natalie Rushman, I welcome you to the Hawaii Five-O task force.”  

She watched and yet didn’t watch everything he did. She
noted where her paperwork went and had no doubt he was going to look into her
further. Which was expected and she had everything in place needed for that.
She knew that both Natalie Rushman and Natasha Romanoff existed out there, but
there were enough differences between the two and just enough similar
connections that it would be easy to see how people could mistake her for the
infamous Black Widow, all part of the ruse really.

She was indeed like Tony had called her once, a triple
imposter.

And she could do it without even having to stop and think
normally, but she had a feeling she would have to keep on her toes here. Steve
McGarrett’s reputation proceeded him as did his teams.

“Ah.” She smiled, arching a brow, “You’re native to here?”
She knew that, but it was a detail that she felt wouldn’t be so easily known or
paid much attention to and a conversation point. “I may have to take you up on
that.”

She shook his hand then and then took the offered badge,
looking it over. She’d never had a badge before, just a card for SHIELD.

“Thank you or rather Mahalo.”

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