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The Hollywood scene has always fit Tennyson Wright like a too-tight sweater. A highly respected director, he has managed to avoid the games and power plays of Tinseltown. Until now. To gain more publicity for the film he's shooting, the studio has decided a PR relationship is in order, and soon Tennyson finds himself pushed into the spotlight with one of the actresses on set. Rich, spoiled, much younger, party princess Sophie Pierce.
Sophie, famous for being infamous, got her part in the film due to her daddy, the studio chairman. But there’s more to her than wild nights and drunken tabloid photos, and she’s aching to prove it. Under Tennyson’s protective wing, she begins to navigate the uncharted territory of responsible adulthood and takes the first steps toward a legitimate, lasting fame based on her talent, not her reputation.
But in order for Sophie to truly soar on her own, she’s going to have to shed every part of her life.
Freedom has a price.
Sophie has said goodbye to everyone, even the man she may have lost her heart to. But like the paparazzi, the past will sneak up on her. Soon, she learns that her final night in Vancouver was never the end at all. Tennyson takes a page from her book and begins a journey of self-discovery, though everything comes to a screeching halt when he learns through the tabloids that Sophie is pregnant.
I always wake up too soon.
I always hate myself for dreaming about him.
I always take that hatred out on him…my stepbrother. Leaving sunny Florida behind, Peyton spends New Year's with her family in Aspen. There's nothing she wants more than to return to her college life - at first. As it has been for years, Peyton and stepbrother Zack are on the offensive; they argue over nothing. But there's a thin line between I-wanna-throttle-you and I...I-wanna-do-something-else-to-you. Word count: about 14 000. Warning: This story contains scenes of an explicit, erotic nature and is intended for adults, 18+. Characters portrayed are 18 or older.
Ten years later, they meet again. Chelsea Dunn is excited to start over in San Francisco. Her best friend Kayla lives there, and Chelsea gets a warm welcome into a new BDSM community. If only the man she's been infatuated with for so long was as welcoming. It's just her luck, really. She's never been able to connect with anyone enough to let her guard down fully, and it looks like that won't change. Rio Kelly has only recently returned to the scene, but he steers clear of emotional attachments. He's grown jaded and cynical over the years, and he's resigned himself to be alone. Even when he sees a ghost from his past. Even when that ghost is the very same girl who changed everything for him a decade ago. But can he stay away when she shows up at his play party with another Dom?