One night, the person I hated the most in my neighborhood had a bad case of stupidity and accidentally locked himself out of his apartment. With no one coming to his aid, he ends up at my doorstep and I am forced to spend my Christmas eve with him. Who would have thought it could lead to the start of something good?
Jazzy has kept so many things hidden, only telling the majority of the good things while keeping most of the bad facts hidden in the dark corners and crevices from us. It's now May 2008 and she feels the need to expose everything over time.
Jazzy Chasez has gone back to him again, but why?
What about Lance?
How does JC feel?
What's going on in Aaron, JC, Nick and Jazzy's minds?
The most anticipated part of this day for JC Chasez has always been the highly awaited and much prepared Christmas dinner. Having things run smoothly when there's so much festivity in the air on Christmas day is never an easy task.
However, on this particular Christmas, JC's nerves are wrecked for an entirely different reason.
“If you see Kate, tell her that I’m lookin’ for her…”
A one night stand was all it took – from there spouted a mutual, unexpected “fuck buddy” mode for the other, and it was a frenzied romance, and then it was her time to leave. And while he didn’t expect it, he fell for her.
When they were due to meet, again, she did her best to avoid him, but it was him – he was not letting go, easily, and since the day he’d gotten to literally know her inside out, he had collapsed immeasurably hard for her.
Typical Disney story: boy and girl hate each other, boy and girl end up in an "awkward" situation, boy falls for girl, girl has problems, girl tries to run, boy runs after her, and then shit begins to go downhill.
The No Strings Attached Tour is immensly successful, but it leaves the guys stressed and exhausted. In dire need of a vacation, they travel to Justin's cabin in Maine. What they don't know is that the place is inhabited by someone who has long since passed away. This "person" is determined to make *NSYNC suffer in the same way he did-by forcing them into fear and paranoia. Can they escape unharmed, or will their close-knit friendship cause their demise?
You're rightI must be crazyYou're out getting highI'm here pretending I'm in loveThe sound of your heartMy head on your chestDropped your hands to your sideAnd gave upI'd rather be crazy that rightTonightAre you blind?Can't you see me standing hereWaiting in line?For youAre you mine?Not just when you wanna beAll of the time?Are...