The Jersey Girl Next Door @daddyslilheartbreaker
Chapter 8

Summary: She is Danny's childhood best friend and Grace's godmother. When her unexpected arrival in Hawaii finds her tangled up in their latest case, the team will stop at nothing to keep her safe, but will the secrets that she is hiding get in the way?

Featuring: The Five-O crew, Grace Williams, a few OCs, and others.

Notes: So sorry for the delay. Things have grown stressful around here and haven't had much time to work on this. The next chapter will hopefully be up much sooner though.

Chelsea held the phone to her ear feeling herself relax when she heard his voice. "Everything is fine over here. Gracie's asleep and tucked in her bed. I let Jackson know what was going on and he's keeping an ear out for anything."

"Good, good. Well things are under control here. The intruder was Erin and she was unarmed so no one was hurt." Danny was relieved to hear that his girls were safe.

She furrowed her eyebrows in confusion. "Erin? As in the FBI agent? Why was an FBI agent breaking into Steve's house?"

"His garage actually and I don't know. It's connected to Steve's dad and all that stuff. He actually found her business card in the garage earlier today."

Her legs stretched out on the bed as she listened to him. "And how is it that he's only finding that card now? Didn't you guys search the place when you were investigating his father's murder?"

"We did, but clearly we weren't that thorough. From how he told me that he found it, I think it might have gotten stuck in the work bench which would be why we never saw it." He explained rubbing the back of his neck.

Chelsea nodded her head though he couldn't see it. "Well that could explain it. So, um, any chance you'll be coming home soon?"

"Uh yeah, hopefully. Just got to check in with Steve and make sure things are alright first. I'll see you soon though. Love you." His heart warmed at her using the word home.

She smiled softly letting herself relax. "Alright. I'll go let Jackson know everything is okay. Love you too."

Danny ended the call and slid his phone back into his pocket smiling for a moment before turning around to head back inside the McGarrett home.

"Are the cuffs really necessary?" She grimaced straining her wrists slightly.

Steve looked at her in disbelief. "You broke into my house."

"I mean, technically it was the garage."

He rolled his eyes. "You still broke in. So what in the hell were you looking for?"

"Maybe it has something to do with the fact that she was taken off of the Dunne case, but put back on just in time to chase him to Hawaii." Danny spoke up. "Yeah, I found out that tidbit earlier after you went to talk to her."

"I'm a good agent. They took me off the case because they felt it had gotten too personal. After a few psych sessions, I was cleared to rejoin the investigation. I had no idea it was going to lead me back to Hawaii." Erin retorted scoffing slightly at the blond detective.

Steve slammed his hands down on the coffee table and hovered over her. "Why did you break in?"

"Is it really considered breaking in if you have the key?"

He looked at Danny who nodded his head.

"No signs of forced entry. Windows were locked tight." He confirmed.

"It's in my pocket, if you don't believe me."

Steve pulled her up by her arm and fished the key out of her pocket. "How did you get this?"

"The last phone call I had with your father. He told me where to find it." Erin admitted softly.

"Okay that still doesn't explain what you were looking for though." Danny spoke up again clearly confused.

"It's going to sound really dumb, but I was looking for a necklace. It was my grandmother's. The clasp comes loose sometimes and I've been meaning to get it fixed. I was wearing it that Wednesday at two pm and went straight to the airport from here. I hadn't realized it had fallen off until I was already on the plane."

He took off the cuffs looking at her. "Why didn't you just tell me?"

"I didn't want to bother you with it." She rubbed her wrists gently.

Steve shook his head setting the cuffs aside. "I thought it was odd when I found it tucked away in the garage. I knew it wasn't Mare's because it wasn't her style and I couldn't remember Mom ever wearing it. You're still not being completely honest with me."

"Alright, fine. I wasn't wearing the necklace that day. It was in my apartment the day it got ransacked. I had left it on top of a stack of files that I was looking at in regards to John's investigation. When I arrived back at my building, I got a phone call telling me to not look further into his investigation, but I didn't recognize the voice on the phone. I walked into my apartment and it was a mess. The files were gone and so was the necklace. In the midst of it all, I had forgotten that I had even left the necklace there. So after notifying the authorities, I called John and he apologized for putting me in danger. Then a few days before he died, he called me. Said he found the necklace on the floor of his garage. He didn't trust sending it in the mail. Told me I could pick it up the next time I was in Hawaii and that he'd keep it safe in the garage. Even told me where the spare key would be."

"Did they find out who called you?" He raised his eyebrow at her.

"It was a burner phone. So it was pretty much a dead end. I honestly couldn't tell if it was a man or woman on the other end. They were definitely disguising their voice somehow." Erin recalled nodding her head slightly.

He sighed looking at her. "And you thought he might have been involved."

"I don't know. Maybe. I just needed to know if he was telling the truth about my necklace."

Steve pulled out a small box from a nearby drawer and opened it for her. "Is this it?"

"Yeah, that's it. Oh my gosh." She gasped reaching out to touch it.

"Whoa, hey now. We should probably get it down to the lab for testing. See if anyone other than you, John, and Steve touched it." Danny stopped her as a precaution.

"You're right. I'm just glad it's safe. It means a lot to me." Erin smiled gratefully at them.

Steve closed the box clearing his throat. "That doesn't explain how it ended up here though."

"Well either your dad was involved with the theft or someone wanted her to think he was involved." He offered.

He looked at her. "Why didn't you just tell me the truth?"

"Because we might not get along, but I wasn't about to insinuate to your face that your late father may have been involved with breaking into my apartment. At least not without solid proof." She brushed her hair away from her eyes.

"Well there's nothing else that can be done about it today. Why don't we all get some sleep and Steve can drop the necklace off in the lab tomorrow?" Danny suggested rubbing his hands together.

Steve sighed nodding his head in agreement. "Danny's right. Go on home, man. I'll take it from here. Erin, you can stay in the guest bedroom tonight."

"Excuse me?" Erin looked at him in surprise.

He placed his hands upon his hips. "It's too late for you to drive back to your hotel. Besides I can keep a better eye on you here and make sure that you don't get into any more trouble."

"Danno!" Grace whisper shouted smiling sleepily at him.

"Monkey, what are you doing up? It's way past your bedtime."

Chelsea smiled handing her a cup of water. "She got thirsty so we came downstairs for some water."

"Alright, well drink up and then it's back to bed with you." He pressed a kiss to his daughter's head and smiled.

The older brunette smiled at their interaction. "Everything alright?"

"Yeah. Everything's good for now. I'll tell you about it later." Danny smiled greeting his girlfriend with a kiss.

She smiled returning the kiss lightly and then pulled away moving to pour some water for herself.

"Are you guys going to get married?" The little girl spoke up between sips of her water.

Chelsea nearly choked on her own water as she took a sip. "Uh..."

"Not yet, silly girl. One day maybe I hope." He responded with a soft smile.

"Okay. I'm done now. Tuck me in, Danno? Please?" She handed her cup to Chelsea.

"Sure thing, kiddo. Let's go." Danny scooped his daughter up into his arms and chuckled.

"Night, Auntie Chels."

She smiled watching them. "Goodnight, Gracie."

While Danny brought her upstairs and tucked her in, Chelsea finished her water and then washed their cups. She then headed back upstairs peeking in on them before heading into her own bedroom. The brunette was already comfortably settled in her bed when he finally walked in.

"Alright, she's good for the night. Sorry about her question." He chuckled softly as he got ready for bed.

Chelsea smiled shaking her head at him. "It's okay. It was a perfectly reasonable question."

"Yeah. Still a bit awkward though." Danny climbed into the bed pulling her close to him.

She snuggled up against him and sighed contently relaxing in his arms. "Way too soon to be discussing marriage, but at least we know she'll be okay with it. So what was up with Erin?"

"We're still sorting it out. Everything's fine for now though. Steve's keeping an eye on her."

Chelsea snorted patting his chest lightly. "Yeah, I bet he is."

"Don't you start." He chuckled softly at her.

The lieutenant commander checked in on his house guest who was still sound asleep and then went out for his usual morning swim. He still wasn't sure what to really think about the whole situation. Drying off after his swim, he walked inside getting the coffeemaker started before heading upstairs for a shower. It was only a few minutes later when he returned downstairs dressed in a pale blue button up shirt and dark gray cargo pants. Steve stopped in his tracks when he saw her standing in his kitchen. Her dark hair was loose and tousled from sleep just resting over her shoulders. One of his old dark blue Navy tees adorned her body stopping mid thigh. The raven haired woman was fresh faced and leaning against the counter as she took a sip of coffee.

"Um, sorry. There's still plenty of coffee if you want some." She spoke up noticing his presence.

Steve nodded his head moving to make himself a cup of coffee. "You hungry?"

"A little. Yeah. Oh thanks for letting me borrow this shirt."

He sipped his coffee and started making breakfast. "Uh, no problem. It's an old shirt anyway."

Erin just nodded her head feeling the awkwardness linger in the air. When he finished cooking, they sat silently eating their breakfast. She took another sip of her coffee and bit her lip.

Steve looked at her deciding to break the silence. "So why's that necklace so special to you? If you don't mind me asking."

"Because it belonged to my grandmother. It was her one constant piece of jewelry that she wore besides her wedding bands. She practically raised me and gave it to me as a gift when I officially became an FBI agent." She explained smiling fondly at the memory. "It's all I really have left of her since she died."

His features softened at that. "I'm sorry for your loss. I'll try my best to make sure the lab doesn't damage it."

"Thank you."

Steve nodded his head. "But no more secrets alright? No more lies or sneaking around."

"Deal. Strictly honesty from here on out. On that note, a manila envelope was by your front door this morning. Someone must have slipped it under." She informed him moving to wash her dishes.

He grew tense. "Did you touch it?"

"No. It had your name on it though in black ink. I just left it where it was by the door."

Steve returned with the envelope in hand. "I've been getting one of these every Wednesday for about a month now. It's always one piece of the evidence from my dad's tool box that was stolen."

"Okay so either you're being taunted or someone is being sneaky by trying to help you?" Erin raised her eyebrow at that.

He pulled a skeleton key out of the envelope and looked at it. "Something like that."

"I'm going to go get dressed. Can we maybe stop by my hotel so I can have a quick shower and put on some fresh clothes?"

Steve looked at her for a moment and then nodded his head. "Yeah sure."

"The only traces on the necklace are from Erin, of course, you, and from your dad presumably when he picked it up in the garage." Danny revealed handing him the report.

Steve looked it over. "So if anyone else handled it, they probably wore gloves."

"Yeah and according to the phone logs, he was right here in Hawaii when she called him the night of the break in to tell him what happened." He added.

He nodded his head. "That's good. Means he wasn't involved. I mean, I'm not just saying that cause he was my dad. He wouldn't have called her about the necklace unless he genuinely believed she had lost it at the house."

"Or to lure her to Hawaii."

Steve shot him a look. "It wasn't like he knew the significance of the necklace to her. He even told her she could pick it up the next time she was in Hawaii so it wasn't like he was urging her to return here."

"Okay you have a point there. It's kind of brilliant actually. Make her question his involvement and she stops looking into the actual case." He pointed out.

He sighed softly. "Seems professional, but Wo Fat's not one to leave loose ends."

"True, but it's not like she can actually tie anything back to him. She barely looked into the investigation."

Before he could respond, Chin approached getting their attention. "Guys, a car exploded in the parking lot outside of the governor's office."

"Anyone in it?"

Chin nodded his head solemnly. "Yes. Laura Hillis. It was her car. The governor was only a few feet away. They had walked out together. Governor Jameson is fine although understandably shaken up. Lab just confirmed it was indeed a bomb."

Steve nodded listening to him. "Alright Chin, you and Kono go search Laura's office. Danny and I will search her house. See if we can find why someone would want to kill Laura."

Chin headed off with Kono while Danny looked up Laura's home address. Once he had it, he and Steve drove over there. It wasn't that long of a drive and when they got there, it was obvious that the front door was ajar. They nodded at each other and pulled out their guns. Steve entered the house cautiously and looked around. The place was a mess and clearly someone was looking for something though nothing appeared to be stolen. They cleared the house and then began looking around. Two of the three drawers on one side of her desk were pulled out. The sight of a stack of manila envelopes and a few black sharpies in one of the drawers that were on the floor caught Steve's attention. He showed it to Danny who shook his head.

"It's not proof. She works in an office. What are you doing now?" He asked watching him grab what appeared to be Laura's planner.

Steve opened it flipping through the pages. "I'm getting a handwriting sample."

"So it was Laura's handwriting on the envelope which means she was sending you the evidence? You think she's involved?" Erin questioned trying to get the facts straight.

Steve shook his head. "No. There's no real evidence linking her to the guys that were involved with stealing it in the first place."

"Go ahead. Tell her your brilliant idea." Danny piped up rolling his eyes at him.

"What? What is it?" She looked at them.

He sighed shooting Danny a look before pulling out the skeleton key. "This key has been driving me crazy since I found it in dad's toolbox. It doesn't fit any of the locks in our house or his old desk at HPD. Chin did some digging and found out that it goes with an antique piece of furniture from the 1800's. Perhaps a cabinet like the one in the governor's study that just so happens to have a keyhole in the front of it."

"He wants to break in to her study and try the key, doesn't he?" A gasp fell from her lips.

"Bingo. Please tell me that I'm not the only one that thinks this is insane."

Steve looked over at her. "She has a press conference. I can get in and get out before she's even back."

"It could work if you really think you can get away without being caught. If the key opens that cabinet, what's stopping you from returning tomorrow and opening it in front of authorities? Five-0 does have full immunity and means." Erin pointed out.

"Can we not take advice from the woman that broke into your house?"

"It was the garage and I got in with the key left for me by the owner." She retorted narrowing her hazel eyes slightly at the blond detective who simply threw his hands up in the air.

He watched them bicker for a moment before shaking his head. "Both of you stop. It'll be fine."

"Your partner has a point though. I know you can handle this by yourself, but you should consider back up. Or at least an alibi." She pointed out.

Steve shook his head. "Better if I do this alone. If I get caught, at least I'm the only one implicated."

Before Danny could argue with him, the sight of Chelsea approaching them caught him off guard. He smiled a bit greeting her with a kiss on the cheek.

"Where's Gracie?" He asked realizing his little girl wasn't with her.

Chelsea smiled greeting Steve and Erin before looking at Danny again. "She's over there saying hi to Kono and Chin. Uh, did I interrupt something here?"

He cleared his throat looking over at her. "No. We just finished our conversation actually."

"Steven, we haven't even begun to finish our conversation, you freaking neanderthal."

"So how did you and Danny meet?" Erin piped up smiling softly at Chelsea distracting her as the guys began to bicker again.

She smiled at the thought. "At a fire department vs police department baseball game. His dad was on the fire team and mine was on the cops team. There was a little playground beside the field and all of us kids were playing there during the game. Danny was arguing with my brother because Jackson was being a butthead and saying he shouldn't be pretending to be a cop with his toy cuffs because his dad was a fireman not a cop. Well I came barreling down the slide and landed on top of Danny."

"You did not." She laughed shaking her head at the story.

Chelsea grinned at her. "I did. My brother helped us up and then Danny playfully cuffed me saying I was under arrest."

"Bet that's not the only time he's wanted to put you in cuffs." Erin whispered teasingly only for both woman to giggle.

"Oh no. They're bonding." His eyes widened a bit.

She rolled her eyes playfully at him. "Am I not allowed to make friends?"

"Not when they break into my friend's house."

"I used the key!" She huffed at him.

A flash of guilt washed over Chelsea as she watched Grace greet Danny with a hug. Rachel's words echoing in her mind. She faked jumping slightly acting as if her phone were on vibrate and glanced at the screen. The brunette excused herself citing that it was her mother calling and left the office.

Steve found her sitting alone in her medic's office. "You have a terrible poker face."

She jumped slightly clearly startled as she wasn't expecting him to have followed her. "Steve?"

Concern was evident upon his face while he looked at her. "What's wrong?"

Chelsea glanced over at him innocently. "Nothing is wrong."

He reached out wiping her tears away gently. "Want to try that again?"

She sighed sniffling a bit. "Rachel told me that she's having his baby. She doesn't want to tell him, but I told her I would if she didn't. I just.. I feel so guilty keeping it from him."

Steve softened giving her a hug. "Hey, Danny loves you. He'll understand."

Chelsea returned the hug relaxing a bit. "I don't know if I should just tell him or give Rachel more time."

He pulled back to look at her again. "If she doesn't tell him when she gets back, then yeah you should tell him."

She nodded her head in agreement moving to splash some cool water on her face. "Thanks. So, um, how are you holding up with everything?"

Steve was caught off guard by her question. "I'm fine."

Chelsea dried her face and gave him a look. "Steve..."

He sighed running his hands over his face. "Feels like everyone close to me gets hurt."

She shook her head at him. "Steve, that couldn't be farther from the truth. Your parents deaths weren't your fault. Mary getting kidnapped wasn't your fault. Laura's death wasn't your fault. If this is you beginning to push everyone away for their own good, well I hate to break it to you, but it won't work. Ohana means family and family means no one gets left behind."

Steve lifted his head to look at her. "Did you just quote Lilo & Stitch to me?"

Chelsea couldn't help laughing a bit lightening the mood in the room. "That's what you took away from all I said?"

A chuckle fell from his lips at that. "Well no, but it definitely stood out."

Her lips curved into a soft smile. "All I'm saying is that you can't blame yourself for every bad thing that happens. You deserve to be happy too, Steve."

He sighed shaking his head. "I'll be happy once Wo Fat is taken care of and everyone is safe."

Chelsea patted his shoulder comfortingly. "Yeah until someone else comes along and threatens everybody. You're so stubborn, McGarrett."

"You were crying.'

She bit her lip shaking her head at him lightly. "I'm fine, Danny. I was just having a moment."

"You sure?" He stroked her face gently looking at her with concern.

Chelsea smiled softly at him. "I'm sure."

"Alright. Oh I talked to Rachel. She should be back soon. Oh and apparently she's farther along than she thought. The kid is Stan's." Danny admitted to her.

A look of confusion appeared on her face. "Is she sure? She told me that she believed the baby was yours."

"What? Why didn't you tell me that?"

She sighed calming down a bit. "Because I believed that Rachel should have been the one to tell you. Danno, you know how she is when it comes to your job. She's scared and somewhere in her twisted pregnancy brain, she thinks it's safer for one of her kids to have a father with a safer job."

"I'm going to be a dad again. I mean, if she's wrong about being farther along." A soft smile formed on his face.

Chelsea smiled at him nodding her head. "Yeah you are and you're going to be amazing at it."

"I love you." Danny pulled her into a kiss spinning her around a bit.

She returned the kiss giggling softly. "I love you too. I'm not the pregnant one, you dork."

"We could always change that." He stopped spinning them around and wiggled his eyebrows at her playfully.

Chelsea laughed shaking her head. "Danny..."

"I know." The blond detective chuckled softly.

She trailed her fingers along the side of his face and smiled brightly at him. "Move in with me?"

"What? Are you serious?"

Chelsea nodded her head at him. "Of course I'm serious. Your apartment is not big enough for you, Gracie, and potentially a new baby. Besides you're at my house more often anyway."

"Are you sure? I..I could just get a bigger apartment." He stammered.

She smiled. "I'm sure, but if you'd rather get a bigger apartment, I'd understand."

"Let me think about it and I'll get back to you. I promise. I really do appreciate it though."

Jackson set the box on the table and sat down. Chelsea smiled at her brother and opened the box excitedly. It was filled with pictures that hadn't yet been sorted away into albums. There were lots of photos of them when they were younger with Danny. An envelope from a photo development place appeared mid way into the box and Jackson picked it up.

"What are these?" He looked at the envelope curiously.

Chelsea lifted her head up and grinned. "Oh I think those are from that girls trip abroad that I took after Danny left New Jersey."

"So lots of debauchery then?" Jackson joked hesitant to open the envelope.

She rolled her eyes playfully at her brother. "I'm pretty sure there's nothing scarring in there."

"If you say so." He chuckled opening the envelope and carefully pulling out the stack of photos.

It was an assortment of photographs taken of her and her friends in various countries around the world. He was about to put them back into the envelope when something in the envelope caught his eye. It was a strip of photos like one you'd get in a photo booth. He pulled it out figuring it was just her and her friends being goofy. Jackson was surprised, however, when he saw that this wasn't the case at all.

"So just how good of a time did you have on this trip?"

Chelsea glanced over at him. "It was a blast from what I remember. Why?"

"Cause you never mentioned that you hooked up with someone." He chuckled softly at her.

Her eyes widened for a moment and then she groaned. "Oh god, I vaguely remember that. We were in Japan. Somewhere. Enjoying the cherry blossom festival and everything. Someone tried to steal my purse and this guy got it back for me. I was so grateful because it had all our passports and stuff. I think we treated him to dinner that night. I remember we all thought he was cute, but the girls pushing for me to get to know him since they knew I was trying to get over Danny."

"You looked happy."

She shrugged her shoulders. "I had a good time. Oh geez, is that what I think it is? He wasn't big on taking pictures, but I managed to convince him to get into the photo booth. We were tipsy though."

"And you really don't remember who he was?" Jackson looked at his sister clearly amused.

Chelsea thought about it for a moment. "No, not really. It was a while back and a lot of alcohol was had. I doubt he'd remember me either. I looked completely different during that trip. Why?"

"Because..well.. look." He chuckled handing the strip of photos to her.

She took it thinking he was being ridiculous and looked at the photos only to gasp when she saw the familiar face looking back at her. "This can't be right. No."


The brunette shook her head. "This can not be happening."

"You have to tell him." He looked at his sister knowingly.

Chelsea heard Danny's voice and quickly put the strip of photos into her pocket. "I know. Just don't say anything, alright? I'll figure it out."

"I knew there was something familiar about him." Jackson mumbled as he continued to look through the pictures.

She shot him a look and smiled when Danny came into view. "Hey."

"Hey beautiful." Danny greeted her with a kiss.

"I'm right here." He groaned playfully.

Chelsea flipped him off jokingly as she returned the kiss. "Mm, what's up?"

"Done for the day. What's all this?"

"Photos that Chelsea hasn't put into albums yet. Ma sent them over with me for her." Jackson explained.

"Oh cool. Listen, I was thinking maybe we could go out to dinner tonight just the two of us." Danny suggested smiling at her.

She smiled pressing a kiss to his cheek. "Oh I'd love to, but I can't. My parents are flying in and I already told them that I'd meet them at the airport."

"That's fine. I could go with you if you want."

Chelsea giggled softly at him. "That's really sweet of you, but Jackson is going with me. We'll be fine. You'll see them when we get back."

"Do they not know about us?" Danny raised his eyebrows at her.

She laughed and shook her head. "Of course they know about us. Danny, I'm not trying to hide you or anything. It's just been a long time since my parents have been in the same place as my brother and I. It's just.. I just want that moment for them, you know?"

"Yeah, I know. I get it. I could come back tomorrow if you want."

Chelsea gave him a look. "Danny, Gracie is here. Don't be ridiculous. I want you to be here when they arrive. Oh shoot, I should probably go get ready and double check that everything is set."

She gave him a kiss and then headed upstairs leaving him alone with Jackson.

"They don't hate you if that's what you're worried about." He chuckled softly at him.

"Well that's a relief." Danny smiled moving to sit down.

"Our parents always knew that you two boneheads were crazy about each other. Okay so dad may have been a little pissed when you married Rachel." Jackson shrugged his shoulders.

"But they don't hate me so that's good, right?"

"Well yeah. You had your divorce. They figured you and Chelsea would figure things out. But then you moved to Hawaii. She was heartbroken. I mean, she fully supported you wanting to be close to Grace, but she was devastated that you left. It wasn't all bad though. Her friends convinced her to go on a trip around the world."

"Yeah I heard a bit about that. Sounded like she had a lot of fun." He chuckled slightly at that.

"Oh she did. Chelsea was so happy when she came back. She sent me letters all about the trip. It wasn't until recently that I found out exactly why she was happy. She had a fling in Japan with another American tourist. Chels barely remembers it though with how much she and the girls drank during the trip." Jackson admitted knowing his sister would probably kill him, but it was worth it.

"I..I mean, she was single. I suppose I can't fault her for that. I'm sorry she was so upset though. I asked her to come to Hawaii with me, but she said no."

"My sister was too stubborn to see how you felt about her. She thought you were still head over heels for Rachel. Chelsea thought she was protecting herself by saying no." He sighed.

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