Beyond the Fame
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Beyond the Fame by Settle Myer

Beyond the Fame is the woman who makes me question everything. REBECCA My life has been a whirlwind of heartbreak, beginning with the death of my brother when I was 18-years-old. He was my best friend. I worked through my grief by writing a book about his life and that book was turned into a movie. That's when I met him. Jensen Boliver, the movie's director. He's younger than me, controlling, and infuriating. For four years, I've denied my attraction to him because every time he shows an ounce of compassion, he takes it away and I refuse to beg for mere crumbs of kindness, no matter how attracted to him I am. Now we're in Hawaii for our friends' wedding. The hotel has lost my reservation...and Jensen shows up with a solution. "You can stay in my suite." JENSEN I grew up fat in fatphobic Hollywood. All my life I was told to hate myself and my body. Then I met her. Rebecca Taylor. She's beautiful, intense, and makes me feel things I've convinced myself I didn't deserve. So, for four years, I let her believe I hated her. I don't. I never did. How could I when she’s everything I’ve ever wanted? Despite my hesitation, our attraction to each other has grown, and last year, we both caved. She let me have a taste, but the timing still wasn’t right. Now we're in Hawaii and sharing my suite, there’s no way this trip ends without her being mine. Rebecca & Jensen are first introduced in Beyond the Bright Lights. While you don't have to read that book to read this one, it is highly recommended. Beyond the Fame ends with a happily ever after. You'll get more of them in the third and final book of the Off Script series. This book has adult themes and deals with difficult topics including fatphobia, bullying, terminal illness (cancer), loss of a sibling, loss of partner, loss of a parent (off page/mentioned), grief, attempted suicide (off page) & suicidal thoughts, addiction & alcoholism, depression, parental abuse (mental), grief, graphic sex
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