@PrettyLittlePyro, here we are.
EDIT: Heads up for stalkers, there's a lot of possible triggering content in this RP.
The soft echo of Savanna's nails drumming against the wooden table was the only noise to fill the void of stiff silence. The tension in the room was so thick, and Savanna's icy glare could almost cut through it.
"You're telling me I have to go back?" She asked quietly, her tone not fitting to the look on her face. The rest of the room seemed to flinch, sliding down further into their seats. All except the man at the end of the table. He kept up a stoic look, nodding simply.
"If that's where he lives, then yes." The man replied in a gruff tone. "Your target is very important. He's got too much information that he's planned to give out in two weeks. The target is-"
"Stop calling him that. Just use his name. We all know Eris and I use to be friends. There's no sugar coating it, Quinton." Savanna responded cooly, pushing up out of her seat. She was a lot taller when standing, throwing even Quinton, at the end of the table, off.
"I got over it years ago. Me and him haven't talked in forever. I can kill him if that's my mission. Going back home is the hard part." She muttered, yanking her coat on over her shoulders, and pulling a pair of black leather gloves on her hands as well. She tied the coat around her waist, pulling a fedora on the top of her head before picking up her umbrella. The others watched her in silence, letting her get up to leave.
"Email me the rest of the information. I've got a long night ahead of me, and have to figure out how to explain my disappearance to my boyfriend." She muttered, pulling the messenger bag over her shoulders before starting to walk out. Her heels clicked as she did so.
"Right. Have a good night, Spencer." Quinton called out softly, keeping a calm composure as she left.
The next few days seemed to fly by, Savanna already making her way off the plane from London back to the United States. As soon as she stepped off the plane she felt the disgusting wave of humidity hit her, coat still hanging on her shoulders.
"Disgusting." She muttered, yanking the coat off and folding it in her arms. The sun was glaring in her eyes as she made her way down to get her luggage, clearly already annoyed about being back. Luckily someone seemed to understand that, as she got through the gates rather quickly to get her luggage. And even that didn't seem to take very long. Before she knew it, she was out waiting for her brother to come pick her up.
"Where is he?" Savanna muttered, continuously checking her phone for any messages. It was miserable outside, sweat starting to build up on her skin. Which didn't help her mood at all.
Finally her younger brother's car pulled up into the parking lot, stopping by the sidewalk to pick her up. She quickly loaded her suit-case in the trunk, dropping her folded coat on top of the luggage before shutting the trunk. With that done, she yanked the door to Phoenix's car open, scowling at him a bit.
"And where have you been?" Savanna snapped bitterly, dropping down into her seat. She buckled herself in, reaching over to crank up the air conditioning.
"Nice to see you, too, Savanna." Phoenix retorted in a sarcastic manner, starting to driver off. "What's got you all in a twist? Not happy to see mom and dad, or what?" He asked lightly, turning down the radio so they could talk. Savanna rolled her eyes at his comment, pulling the mirror down to look at herself. She muttered as she pulled out a makeup bag to touch up her flushed face.
"You know how much I hated it here, Phe. I went to London to get away from here. Though my boss decided it would be good if I came down here for a bit." Savanna mumbled, not going through all the details with him. Sure, she trusted him, but he would flip out if her knew why she was really here.
"Did you try to talk to them about it?" Phoenix asked softly, keeping his focus on the road. "Or was it mandatory that you had to come here?"
"What do you think?" Savanna rolled her eyes, starting to trace her eyes with a dark eyeliner.
Phoenix sighed weakly, nodding a little. "Alright, alright. I just wish you weren't so snappish about it. Mom and dad are already pissy about this. I don't think I can deal with a week of it." He muttered, noting she kept quiet after that.
Sighing weakly, he left the silence as is, continuing to drive in silence. Savanna clearly wasn't in the mood to talk, and quite honestly, the silence was nice.