Mixed Feelings Chapter 2, a csi: miami fanfic | FanFiction
Natalia crouches down so that she is eye level with Horatio and Calleigh turns to Eric and Ryan and says, "Natalia won't be joining us this morning" The quickest way to screw up a relationship is to betray the trust the. Natalia and co-worker Eric Delko previously dated. In the episode If Looks Could Kill Natalia tells Nick to leave when he enters the CSI office. friend, which Calleigh returns in Season 9's Sleepless in Miami. Talk about the love triangle between Eric, Natalia, and Ryan. Relationship background: We know Natalia has survived an abusive marriage (recalled.
She had to admit, something wasn't sitting right with her on this one, but she felt like they were bound to find something back at the house. The closest they came to any personal discussion was Eric cracking jokes about Detective Frank Tripp's car.
As usually happened, the case took precedence over any private conversation she had wanted to have. She had told Horatio that she needed to deal with this, but she just couldn't find the right moment — duty always seemed to call. Until, that is, she and Eric arrived back at the crime scene later that day.
She was snapping photographs by the door, and picked up a piece of glass, accidentally cutting herself. He held her finger gently, removing the glass. She was conflicted — she cared for Eric, but she had to tell him the truth. Tears started to well in her eyes, realizing that she might hurt him, but knowing she really had no choice. She couldn't let him keep feeling this way about her. It wasn't fair to either of them. She was about to tell him everything when he noticed something on the glass — or rather, something that wasn't there.
And back to the case they went. Horatio ducked his head, not sure what to say. He had been concerned about how Eric might take the news of his relationship with Calleigh, but he hadn't even thought about telling Yelina.
She had come back into his life so unexpectedly during this case, and he was caught off-guard. He didn't know how to tell her that the main reason he stayed away was his relationship with Calleigh. He still cared deeply for her, and for Ray, Jr. However, he would later go on to regret ever asking for that favor… Calleigh hadn't seen Horatio all day, which wasn't really odd, as they had been trying to avoid working together to ensure that no one caught on to their relationship.
But something seemed off, she thought. Something didn't feel right. After she finished the final interrogation, she headed to Horatio's office to drop off her findings. Looking out his office window, she noticed that he was talking to a woman outside. Her heart jumped into her throat as she recognized the woman to be his sister-in-law. Calleigh sighed, narrowing her eyes, trying to determine the tone of their conversation by their body language. She noticed Horatio turn and say something to Yelina, who then walked toward her car.
Calleigh couldn't help the jealousy that sprung up within her, but she was determined to trust Horatio on this. If they didn't have trust, what did they have?
Calleigh stopped dead in her tracks. Calleigh's jaw dropped as she watched Ryan hand over his weapon and shield. She saw him whisper something, which just seemed to irritate Stetler more. Criminals are gonna be walking the streets…" Calleigh stood there, frozen, until the elevator doors closed on Ryan.
She nearly sprinted over to Stetler, anger blazing in her eyes. Calleigh stared back at him in disbelief, then looked at the elevator doors.
She was going to get to the bottom of this. He wasn't sure how to feel about the situation.
Ryan had lied to him — that much was certain. But it was the why that continued to nag at him. He knew Ryan was a good CSI — but he was impulsive, and this wasn't the first time he'd made a bad decision. He was surprised when Ryan turned toward the window, feeling his gaze.
Horatio wanted desperately to reassure him that things would be OK, but the reality was that he was down a CSI — and a dedicated one at that. He smiled slightly, trying to show Ryan that he still cared.
But Ryan didn't seem to understand, or chose not to — he could tell by how he turned away and looked straight ahead, walking toward the cab. His eyebrows went up and he turned suddenly. She caught his eye briefly, just as the cab was about to pull away. His hardened look softened as he saw her, and she could see the tears in his eyes. Wolfe," he started, "has gotten himself in quite a mess. A bookie who happened to be a suspect in our arson case today. I guess I didn't do a very good job.
I couldn't help him. She looked back at him — surprised that he'd even shown that small sign of affection at work. She noticed where he was headed — the locker room. Stetler had sent a patrol officer to gather Ryan's belongings, but Horatio made it clear to the patrolman that he would take care of it.
He stared at the nameplate for a long time, remembering the last time he had to do this.
But Ryan wasn't dead, he thought. There was still hope for him, even if he wasn't on the team anymore. Maybe this is what needed to jolt him out of whatever trouble he'd gotten into — maybe this could be the springboard he needed to get on the right track.
Career[ edit ] At the end of season four, it is revealed that Natalia is an FBI informant in the lab, assigned to help build a case against Horatio Caine and his team.
However, when questioned by her co-workers, she claims to have only reported information that made the Miami-Dade Crime Lab look good. It is eventually revealed that the negative information that was soiling the lab in fact came from another source, state attorney Monica West and Natalia's claims of defending the lab's integrity were accurate. Although the CSIs and other workers treat her with suspicion and some ostracizing after she's revealed to be the mole, she is ultimately accepted as a permanent above-board member of the team.
It is revealed in the Season 8 premiere that Caine then a homicide detective had previously met her, she had copied a blood drop for him in Natalia discovers that one of the pictures is of her sister Anya. It is also revealed that, in addition to Anya, Natalia has another sister named Cristine. At the end of the episode, Horatio manages to locate and rescue Anya, and the sisters are happily reunited.
Instead, she played a reporter. In fact, the episode was based on the real-life convicted serial killer William Richard Bradford ; Nika LaRue was one of the women photographed by Bradford for his collection. Bradford would photograph women he met in bars under the guise that he would assist their modeling careers. Natalia had secretly begun seeing Nick again and admitted later in the episode that their relationship was "complicated.
Horatio, the night-shift lab and Calleigh's ex-boyfriend Detective Jake Berkeley must find evidence to clear Natalia. Natalia admits to Berkeley that she was outside Nick's house.
She was handcuffed by Jake at the beginning of the episode. Earlier on, Nick and Valera went on a lunch date. Valera ignored Natalia's warnings about Nick being dangerous, so Natalia went there to watch over her. She sees Nick trying to force Valera into the bedroom and watches Valera push him and run out of the house.
Thinking that she killed Nick, Valera tries to admit to Jake, but he denies her confession. It is later discovered that another man murdered Nick over a pair of earrings that Nick had stolen from a crime scene which linked the man's wife to said crime.
At the end of the episode, Natalia leans on Horatio's shoulder and sobs quietly as they both look at a picture of Nick and Natalia in happier days, a reminder that Nick had not always been the abusive person he had become.
In the episode "Tunnel Vision", Natalia is late to a crime scene and explains to Calleigh that she "had to add a new accessory to her wardrobe. In the season 8 episode, "Count Me Out", Natalia and Ryan walk into a booby-trapped house containing a meth lab. As the lab explodes, Natalia is trapped beneath debris.
Though telling Ryan to save himself, Ryan stays and tries to free her. Along with Horatio who arrives Ryan called him just before entering the housethey free Natalia and Horatio helps her to safety. Though claiming to be fine and not willing to admit her injury, Natalia experiences hearing problems towards the end of the episode as well as flashbacks of the explosion, showing how shaken she truly is.
Later in "Die By the Sword", Natalia's hearing problem almost costs her life while searching a victim's house. The victim's son, spooked by officers invading his house takes a samurai sword and sneaks up on Natalia. Not hearing the boy, Natalia continues to search through a closet. Just before the boy [Kenny Turner] strikes, Ryan sees him and shouts to Natalia. Kenny runs but is caught by Tripp. Afterwards Natalia thanks Ryan for "having her back". Ryan, on the other hand is furious that she was almost killed and urges her to see a doctor.
Later, Walter gives her the card of a good doctor and after expressing her fear of being "stuck behind a desk" for the rest of her career she agrees to go see the doctor. After a series of tests, it is concluded that Natalia had a preexisting injury, caused through domestic violence. In the same episode, Natalia through her hearing aid also discovers Eric is wearing a wire and quizzes him over it, saying she knows what it means due to her past "mole" experience. She agrees to keep his secret, but is crestfallen as she sees Eric's reaction to her overly warm admonishment to "please be careful".
They'd been lovers in the past and clearly it was a relationship that Eric didn't want to return to as, not wanting to confuse her or lead her on, he quickly exits her company.
Eric and Calleigh or Eric and Natalia? - CSI Miami
Her lingering feelings for him tears at their friendship when later that evening she refuses to go for after work drinks with the team because of his presence with new love Calleigh Duquesne. In "All Fall Down", the season 9 opener, Natalia falls victim to a poison attack in the lab, her survival was uncertain until the season 9 premiere.
She did survive thanks to Horatio's intervention, and is devastated when she unsuccessfully attempted to revive Jesse, who died while falling. She plays an active part in his murder case, trying to warn Melissa PhD student of Sterling, the killer about him.
She also helps Eric and Horatio decipher hieroglyphic symbols left by the killer. She later participated in a basketball game with Walter and the rest of the CSIs. In "Sleepless in Miami", Natalia goes undercover to investigate a psychic that was linked to a case involving someone who dreamed about a murder victim. The psychic saw the listening device attached to her hearing aid that Natalia was using so Ryan could record the interaction.
The psychic drugged Natalia using a laced candle that Natalia was to breathe from, then had her drive to an abandoned warehouse to draw Wolfe and Caine away from the psychic while she fled. Natalia, believing she was back at the lab and seeing Nick her deceased ex-husband trying to attack her, attempted to fire at "Nick", not realizing it was actually Lt.
She was then hospitalized for the drugging, not remembering the incident other than that it was dream-like. Horatio and Ryan later removed any evidence that Natalia had used her firearm to fire at fellow MDPD officers, without her knowledge, saying that no one could be allowed to know. In "Happy Birthday", Natalia shows confidence while investigating the case and a true member of the team when Horatio uses physical force to interrogate a suspect.
Though not quite comfortable with the situation, she entered the Hummer instead of leaving when Horatio gave her an out; looking out for bystanders when the suspect cries out when Horatio leans down on his dislocated shoulder. In "F-T-F", Natalia learns from a new trace tech that she was a case study at the local university. She also shows superiority and a scientific knowledge when showing the tech how to analyze a piece of evidence.
She and Walter also set up a meeting with a suspect who believes they are a teenage girl over the internet. She and Ryan then catch the suspect, who waited for Eric and Horatio at the set-up. While walking to her Hummer, she is kidnapped by Clarkson who begs for her to prove his innocence.
Natalia manages to escape her binds in the back of Clarkson's van as he is driving and fights him, causing the van to topple down a slope. She is rescued by Horatio but Clarkson escapes. Natalia then goes through evidence with Ryan WolfeCalleigh Duquesne and Eric Delko as she wonders if Clarkson was telling the truth, while her colleagues worry if it is a form of post tramautic stress disorder and realizes that Clarkson is in fact innocent, and is therefore able to convict the real murderer.
At the end of the episode, Natalia watches sadly as Clarkson is taken to jail for her kidnapping.
- Natalia Boa Vista
She sustained a broken arm and a wound on her forehead and cheek from her kidnapping. In "Mayday", Natalia discovers a connection between escapee serial killer Jack Toller and Randy North, a man she arrested yet helped four years ago. After discovering Randy has had further contact with Toller, he is summoned to a hearing to decide whether he should keep custody of his two children. Randy begs Natalia to defend him at the hearing, which she tries but her attempts are hindered by a state attorney.
Randy continues to beg her to help him get his children back, but Natalia is called to continue investigating the case. At the end of the ninth-season finale, Horatio Caine is shot in the stomach while Natalia is locked in the trunk of a car by Randy, which is then set in motion, rolling into the ocean.
Even as the car is sinking she's trying desperately to call out for help using her cell phone however, it seems that none of the calls were going through suggesting they were both in an area without cell phone service. In the tenth-season premiere, Natalia is saved by Horatio, who managed to get to his feet in time and dive into the water to save her, even though he was also seriously wounded and ended up being saved by her.