Gunnery Sergeant Justin Timberlake was back in what he called The Sandbox. After three tours he had become used to the grind of being in the desert. Nothing could prepare him for this tour.
Lieutenant Jc Chasez had seen the destruction of war his whole career. He had dedicated his life to the marines that came into his tent. He left love to everyone else for fear he would never find someone who would understand what he had seen or dealt with. Not until this tour.
Would the two be able to get through the tour and be the same when they returned home?
Lance Bass has everything. A successful career and a beautiful wife and little boy. He is on top of the world and tragedy hits. Will he be able to pull it together for himself and his son? Will he be able to be the father Alli knew he could be? Will he be able to balance family life and a career.....alone? Will he ever love again?
Brynn Clarkson prides herself in her work. On the brink of a promotion with Jive, she finds herself stuck filling the shoes of a personal assistant instead, to none other than Justin Timberlake as he releases his first solo album. Swallowing her pride, she agrees to do it. Little does she know, she's in for a lot more than one ever bargains for.
I’ve been watching him for two weeks now. He’s beautiful, absolutely, undeniably, beautiful. He’s about 6’1, with a hard, but lean and athletic body. His short haircut fits his soft but chiseled features and that smile. Don’t get me started on that smile. Every time I see it, it sends a shiver right down my spine and I almost have to sit down to regain my composure. Then, there are the lips. Those pretty pink lips. They are so alluring that it would make God himself take off a Sunday afternoon just to admire them. I think that’s what I like about him most, his lips.
Response to the first Sugar Shack challenge. Include a scene in the rain, a lost love, an article of clothing, and smell. Justin Timberlake is going through a messy divorce with his daughter in the middle of it all.