Angelina Turner just nabbed one of Jive Records hottest artist as a client Justin Timberlake. But what happens when feelings start to develop and old flames come back to the for front? Can Angie and Justin make it through?
I ment to put this up before now. This story deals with some alternate lifestyle issues so if you have a problem with that please don't read and please don't send me messages yelling at me about it. I forwarnd you before I got that far. :-)
It's the run up to Christmas in Silverwood, and Maggie is spending the season of goodwill manning her family's traditional bakery. When a handsome stranger walks into her life, will she finally get the Christmas she's always been dreaming of?
The guys are sick and tired of best friends Joey and Melissa not seeing what is in front of their faces. What happens when they come up with the plan to lock them up together? Will Joey and Melissa finally realize their feelings for each other or will they completely ruin their friendship?
After six years, Danielle Fox is finally coming home. Coming home to her family and friends. Coming home to him...
Dani and Justin were childhood friends who grew up in a small town. Desire drew them together, dreams drove them apart. As their lives took different directions, they lost touch completely.
Until fate brought them back. Each attempting to pick up the pieces of their broken lives, they struggle to help one another overcome their pain and heartache but instead find themselves fighting the desire that once possessed them. Can they forgive the mistakes of their youth and overcome the current obstacles in their way or is theirs a love that will forever remain in the past?
Justin Timberlake was looking for a way out. He loved his fame, but for all he had, it still felt like he was missing a fortune. Deagan Phillips was an ordinary girl who lived the ordinary life Justin so desperately desired. Will he find his fortune, does it come with the price of fame?
What was I supposed to do Standin' there lookin' at you A lonely boy far from home Maybe it was Memphis Maybe it was southern summer nights Maybe it was you maybe it was me But it sure felt right -Pam Tillis