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That way we can drink at the show if we want to. I'm just being responsible! I rifled through my closet and pulled out a fitted black tank top that accentuated my curves in all the right places.

Then I reached for my favorite worn-in skinny jeans and slipped them on. After adding my most comfortable pair of knee-high boots, ones I knew wouldn't kill my feet after standing all night in them, my outfit for the night was complete.

I hurried into the bathroom and plugged in my heating wand, then went to work curling fat waves into my normally stick-straight blonde hair. Realizing I didn't have much time, I did a quick once-over on my face with fresh makeup. I dipped an oversized sable brush into my powder foundation before tapping it against the side of the container. Spreading a light coat over my already made-up face, I smiled at my reflection.

A light dusting of gold eye shadow on my lids and some eyeliner made my brown eyes pop, followed by a fresh coat of glossy pink lipstick, and my day-to-night transformation was complete. A glittering from the corner of the counter caught my eye and I shifted a towel to reveal my favorite headband, a gift from Keri. It was gorgeous, with two rows of Swarovski crystals set against a black elastic band. She knew I was obsessed with headpieces.

Anything that reminded me of Roman goddesses, the Roaring Twenties, or exotic kingdoms in faraway lands, and I was all over it. What can I say; I'm a romantic. She bought me the crystal one because she knew I'd never spend that kind of money on myself, claiming that my face lit up when I saw a similar one during an opening gala party we'd attended together in Beverly Hills. I placed the headband across my head and over my newly wavy hair, which I mussed up a little so it looked fuller and the thick waves bounced in every direction.

When I headed out of the bathroom and into our living room, I saw that Keri had transformed herself into a goddess.

A slinky black dress clung to every curve, and her waist-length chestnut hair fell all around her. He might not be able to sing. You know all those things they say about him are true, right? I mean, the tabloid stories are usually so far-fetched and out of touch with reality, but with Walker Rhodes?

They're unfortunately spot-on. Such a waste. But at least he shows up for work on time and does his job. It's just all the after-hours stuff that gets him into trouble. Someone at the studio gave them to him. They actually wanted him to go to the show and see how Walker performed live.

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I think they're going to pitch a movie with him as the lead. He was also her boss, since she worked for him as a production assistant. Not wanting to be accused of riding Daddy's coattails, she'd insisted on paying her dues like everyone else, but paying them under her dad's watchful eye. It garnered her respect from her coworkers that she wasn't using her daddy's name to get ahead in the business.

And she worked hard, which was something we had in common. I groaned out loud. Can't they just stick with one thing? I have to film parts of the show with my phone and e-mail them to him. I'll always agree to go with you to events when they're work-based. Because it's for work. And I need you.

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I know. I followed Keri's lead as she weaved through the slow-moving crowd. Clutching my ticket in my hand, I stopped for a moment as we passed through the double doors and entered the arena. Craning my neck to look all around, I took in the sheer number of people filing in and smiled. What an awesome feeling it must be to know that all these people were here for you. Hey, Keri! You girls look great. I tried not to frown as I struggled to place him, since this guy obviously knew who we were, but I would swear on my life that I didn't know him.

If there was one thing I've always been incredibly crappy at, it was recognizing faces. Having grown up in Los Angeles my entire life, I've met tons of people throughout high school, college, my internships, and now my latest job where celebrities of all types pass by my desk all day long.

As a result, faces have almost become blurred to me. When you run into the people that you've watched on the television for years at places like the grocery store, the mall, and the beach, it really starts to mess with your ability to place people's faces correctly.

There have been many times I've thought that people looked familiar, but I had no idea where I knew them from. I actually walked up to a gorgeous girl at my local market one afternoon and asked her if we went to high school together because she looked so familiar.

Turned out she was one of the leads in a vampire TV show that I didn't watch, but I obviously knew her face from her celebrity status. Oh, the embarrassment. Haven't seen you two since we graduated! We went to college with him! The idea of narrowing down how we knew him excited me, but I still couldn't place him. She knew the second I addressed anyone as "babe" that I had no clue who they were, or where we knew them from. Sterling for those who love athletes, especially baseball players.

Rosemary Beach meets Sea Breeze series! I love how Abbi Glines continued to share both stories by creating a spin-off series. Love the first two books as much as Rosemary Beach P. You don't have to read both Rosemary Beach and Sea Breeze series before reading this.

It can be read as a stand-alone: Sea Breeze series by Abbi Glines. Breathe Sea Breeze, 1. Because of Low Sea Breeze, 2.

While It Lasts Sea Breeze, 3. Just for Now Sea Breeze, 4.

Sometimes It Lasts Sea Breeze, 5. Misbehaving Sea Breeze, 6. Bad for You Sea Breeze, 7.

Hold on Tight Sea Breeze, 8. Until the End Sea Breeze, 9.

Maryam Za. They show error when i click on them. When You're Back Rosemary Beach, The Best Goodbye Rosemary Beach, Up In Flames Rosemary Beach, Rosemary Beach series by Abbi Glines! This is my absolute favorite series.

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Hope you'll love these books as much as I do. Twisted Perfection Rosemary Beach, 5; Perfection, 1. Simple Perfection Rosemary Beach, 6; Perfection, 2.

Take a Chance Rosemary Beach, 7; Chance, 1. You Were Mine Rosemary Beach, 9. When I'm Gone Rosemary Beach, Maria Banana. I finally have the complete collection, thank youuuu for this! Will be posting books in a few minutes! Comment below if you have a certain book in mind and i'll see if I have it or if I can find a copy.

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Sterling has read Arrogant Devil by R. This is not a must read book And this showed in their actions often. That feeling you got when you knew you were supposed to be with someone.

Georges wrote: Sterling rated a book it was amazing.