Lance Bass is 25 and on the rise to the top of the business ladder as CEO of A Happy Place Productions when his world is rocked - he's handed over four-year-old Kayleigh, the daughter he didn't know he had, after her mother dies tragically in a car accident. Daycare teacher Rayne Parker is the only one that can reach Kayleigh and teach Lance the tools he needs to become a parent unexpectedly.
But when someone comes along and threatens to take it all away from him, Lance won't let go of the person who has become the light of his life...not without a fight.
Layla showed up on Lance's doorstep one night with bruises, cuts, broken ribs...and a shattered soul from being in an abusive relationship with her boyfriend, Lucas. Secretly in love with her since they were kids growing up in Mississippi together, he vows that he will heal not only the physical injuries but the soul beneath them. When they start dating and she enters therapy to repair what Lucas took away from her, she thinks she's on the road to recovery.
But she finds herself left with zero self-esteem and respect for herself and the body that still has scars from years of abuse. The only thing that makes her feel good about herself is dancing – especially when her teacher tells her she's the best pole dancer in the entire class. When an opportunity presents itself to dance for money, she takes it, knowing that it's the only thing that will make her feel worth her salt again.
But she knows she can't tell her new boyfriend. And she has yet to learn that the cycle of abuse doesn't always stop when you get out of the relationship...especially if you don't learn to love yourself.
Sequel to Homewrecker/The Man Between Us/The Safest Place When everything is life and death You may feel like there's nothing left Instead of love and trust and laughter What you get is happy never after But deep down all you want is love The pure kind we all dream of
But we can not escape the past So you and I will never last"
They're complete opposites in every aspect of their personalities. They drive each other crazy and it makes life a living hell for them...until their feelings take a dramatic turn. The only problem is that secrets and extra baggage between lovers don't work.
And neither do husbands.
Winner of Impressive Characterization of Lance, Season 7
Winner of Best Lance, Best Original Character (Adeline Sutton) - Season 8
After a long divorce battle, Lance and Addy feel they can finally have the life together that they've planned for, that nothing stands in their way now. But someone else has other ideas, life has a much different plan for them than they have for themselves, and no matter how deep you dig - demons never stay buried forever.
Runner-up: Spine-tingling Suspense, Best Villain - Season 8
"When this whole world gets too crazy, and there's nowhere left to run, I know you give me sanctuary...you're the only truth I know, you're the road back home..."
Their speculative and brief reunion at the Video Music Awards brought on the unbelievable...now with their first new album in over ten years and a highly-anticipated reunion tour, NSYNC is riding high in pop music again.
But when one of their own disappears unexpectedly before the tour begins, the boys have more questions than they have answers for. Melissa is nowhere to be found, living a nightmare that none of them can even imagine. Tensions run high, and nobody knows how to go on with their lives - least of all Chris.
Winner: Best Characterization of Lance, Best Chris - Season 8
When JC meets Lena-- and her dog, Barksdale, he's instantly smitten, but Lena doesn't date celebrities. Can JC shed the shiny veneer of fame and fortune to show her the man that lies beneath? And when faced with a difficult choice, will JC be tempted away by the idea of being on top again, or will he remain true to the real man he says...