Left the scenario a bit open and you can change a bit of it to make more sense for your character! Madison could Dom depending on the scenario but I'd be more likely to reply if she subs!
Despite it being based around paparazzi as I state in my rp rules PLEASE NO HYPNOTIC CAMERA FLASH
I really didn't want to give the bad news to Madison as i saw leave the restaurant she was visiting but i didn't really have a choice especially since it was my job to keep the Paparazzi away from her. Miss Beer had hired me because i was good at my job and i had a near flawless record. But tonight was really pushing my skills to the test. Apparently some idiot posted that he spotted Madison's personal car at this resturant and of course like a pack of hyenas they been keeping tabs on it all night.
I gave multiple attempts to get them to leave but they were deadset of bugging her so i had to go to plan B I'll drive her home in my own personal car. that way they won't even catch her and she'll get home safe.
"Uhh Miss Beer i'm afraid i have some bad news." I say after i approached her.
First rule of business: satisfy your customers. Keep them well taken care of and they'd be more liable to call for you in the future. So keeping up appearances with Madison was a must. True to my word, I'd been helping Madison escape the paparazzi for a while now, and she'd just finished a nice retreat in a restaurant thanks to me. But while it was true that I did my job, there was a lie under it all. I wasn't really an agent, I myself was a reporter. But with all the other reporters in the world, it could be hard to get a celebrity report for yourself.
But unlike any other reporter, I had a...unique skillset. An accident of birth that bestowed upon me a few advantages in my line of work. Took a while to learn how to use my gifts though. Spent all of my school years being stuck with the horrible nickname of 'Vampire'. Fortunately, I'd have the perfect opportunity to mend my bruised soul tonight, as Madison exited the restaurant.
"Good evening, Ms Beer. I hope you enjoyed your night in the restaurant without being trailed for once. Is there anything else you require of me tonight? Places to go and whatnot? Or shall I drive you home?"
So the poor girl was tired, was she? If the night was in my favor, she wouldn't be tired. She'd be dancing to my every tune instead, figuratively speaking. Then again, it was within my power to have her dance later. All singers could sing, but few knew the proper movements to their own symphony. I'd have to see if Madison knew hers...
"Very well, Ms Beer. If you'll just follow me then and we'll be on our way" I said. Ladies love proper etiquette Lucien, I thought to myself. I led Madison along and away from the restaurant, taking in the still night. Without the paparazzi, it was quite peaceful. Otherwise there'd be a mob after us. I stopped outside of the sleek, black car I'd arranged for us to drive in, taking my place in the driver's seat. Once Madison was secured, I drove off back to her home. We'd have more privacy there anyways.
"I hope you enjoyed yourself tonight, Ms Beer. How terribly unfortunate that you celebrity types can't have one single day to yourselves. I can't imagine what sort of stress it adds to your already complex lives! How on earth do you manage it? Forgive me if I'm asking too much."
"Glad to hear you had fun,Ms Beer" I said, continuing to make my way further out of town and towards Madison's house. That didn't mean I didn't sneak a few peeks at Madison from the rear view mirror. She somehow increased in beauty as the city lights shone on her smooth, alabaster skin. I couldn't wait to see more of it later...
But priorities first. I couldn't go ahead and enjoy Madison's body, not while she was like...that. Free willed and such. No way she'd do whatever I said in her state of mind. That meant she required correction. I needed to work my magic over her first, literally. Start off small and work upwards from there. Simple small talk should help.
"Always nice to have friends and family to help you out. It's a luxury not many have. I would know..." I let slip,my grip tightening on the steering wheel. Less than ten minutes into the world and sold off to an orphanage because of what they called an 'affliction'. But I quickly shook my head clear of those thoughts. "Forgive me, Ms Beer. It's nothing. I'm glad you're so open about yourself though, let's me see how good of a person you are" I say, attempting to switch topics to something more optimistic. I also took the opportunity to move the rearview mirror, so I could see Madison's eyes. I ever so briefly flashed my own eyes at here through the mirror, just enough to grab her attention.
Well, I'd opened that can of worms, and there was no backing out. Didn't need Madison thinking I held secrets about family. "Family..." I said that word with a twinge of venom. "You and so many others have it lucky. I'm afraid that the experience of having family is one I've never had. My family gave me away to an orphanage in the day I was born. How I remember it so vividly is a mystery. They mentioned I had some genetic disorder. That's the last thing I heard them say" I said , finishing my tale.
"Forgive me if I...ruined the drive home. It's been a while since I talked about it. But we're here!" I exclaimed, leaving the car and opening Madison's door for her. But now that we were in her driveway... I just needed an excuse to stay the night. One I could force into her mind. "Well, I suppose this is where we part ways, Ms Beer. And...oh wait. Begging your pardon, Ms Beer, but it's rather late. My house is quite far and I don't fancy driving all night to get there. May I stay here for the night? I'll be no trouble".
But just in case Madison still needed a little encouragement, I let my eyes change once more. My usually blue irises suddenly darkening to a dark crimson, focusing on her eyes briefly before returning to normal. She'd certainly looked confused for a split second in the car,and I saw that same look appear. "Of course, I could risk driving home... It's entirely up to you."
“Hello Ms. Beer? I‘m afraid that there might have been a small issue tonight with the paparazzi,” Taylor says to Madison as she leaves the restaurant. Of course this was a bit of a lie though, after all Taylor‘s track record has been flawless since she started her business which is of course why she’s currently so successful. However that wasn’t going to get the attention she needed from Madison so a little white lie seemed to be in order at the momen.
Unable to help but smile as Madison leans in close to whisper to her, Taylor knows that Madison should already be breathing in her perfume.
“I managed to see someone sneak into the restaurant earlier but wasn’t able to catch them in time. If you haven’t noticed them yet then that most likely means that they haven’t seen a good picture to take yet. We’d better get moving Miss, please stay close to me,” Taylor tells Madison as she takes her arm and begins leading her away.
“That’s because I think that there’s paparazzi wait by your car too. Waiting for you and maybe something supposedly scandalous like you clinging lovingly onto an arm of a beautiful woman maybe?” Taylor suggests to Madison, holding her close to her side, ensuring that Madison has no choice but the continuously breath in the perfume laced with her pheromones. Taylor intentionality leads Madison away from her car and instead to her own so she can drive Madison away, or maybe for some privacy in case Madison quickly catches onto the pheromones.
Obviously taking the driver’s seat, Taylor starts to drive away escorting Madison away from the supposed paparazzi. However, as Taylor approaches the turn to take Madison back home, she instead turns the wheel going the opposite direction. While she does this Taylor also turns up the ai conditioning which fills the car with a sweet smell.
It had been weird, Madison had thought as she'd walked into the restaurant. All the paps clustered outside who would normally have been waiting for her had still been there, but she'd walked straight past them, and it had been as if they hadn't even noticed her. Like she was no more interesting a sight than any of the other non-celebrity folks at the restaurant that night. Almost as if they'd completely forgotten who she was...
Sure, that was exactly what she'd hired me for, but she'd thought I'd been kidding when I'd suggested erasing her from their minds...now, she wasn't so sure.
However strange it was, it was a humbling experience. Where the day before she couldn't go more than a minute without a fan wanting an autograph or someone taking a picture without her consent. Now she was able to walk down the street for a solid 10 minutes and she wasn't bothered by anyone. She was just another pretty girl, any other pretty girl, nothing special about her. Her car was actually parked close by but she wanted to have a walk around as a normal person for a little while before meeting up with the one she hired for payment, of course she didn't want to pay someone to do this and have them not do it and run off with the cash.
A woman strolled out behind her - through the crowd of paparazzi still loitering outside the restaurant. The crowd Madison had just walked straight through without being bothered.
"You, uh, you didn't forget something, did you? Our deal was for one hour, if you want more that'll cost extra..."
Madison groans a little, it wasn't the woman's fault but she just wished she could experience this for longer free of charge. She had vast amounts of wealth, but even with all that the rates were quite high. 'Okay, okay how much do you want for another hour?' She just wanted another hour of peace, just one. With that she could probably be satisfied for a while
"...seriously?" she sighed.
Why were celebrities always such entitled assholes? "So, what, you shouldn't have to pay for anything? That's not very fair, is it? I'm trying to run a business here..."
'Yes seriously, I appreciate your help but that should really be enough for you. So you chased away some paparzzi, did you think you were going to make a killing from it?' Madison huffs having had a near competely change in her personality in just the last few seconds.