Astoria Applebee is a waitress by day and a New York Times Bestselling mystery novelist by night. Working at the “Daily Grind”, a local celebrity hotspot for coffee in downtown L.A. she isn’t fazed by meeting and becoming acquaintances with the rich and famous. She is pleasantly surprised; however, that Justin Timberlake enlists her to help him find a “mystery woman” that he’s been chatting with online. If she accepts the job she’ll be working in close proximity with a guy who makes her want to stab herself in the eyes. If she turned him down he’d find someone else and that would be disaster. If someone else read through those letters and found out the truth Justin would find out her secret. That he’s trying to find her.
Chris's nephews and nieces are at his house having their annual Easter Egghunt, apparently he forgets where he hid the eggs, and gets his four other best friends to help, and eventually they find a surprise at the end..
When Nathan Sandone begins classes at school, Maddox's ego takes a hit as all the women seem to flock to Nathan and away from him. Once Nathan and Janine get closer, Maddox sinks his claws to Janine to keep her on his side. It backfires on him as they both get emotionally attached to each other and changes the face of their relationship.
Destiny Chasley gets what she wants when she wants it. Her time is valuable so please don't waste it. J's not for the bullshit. And if there is one thing he can't stand it's a prisspot. You know the type, someone who gets what they want when they want. So what happens when these two cross paths?
Destiny gets caught literally by her thong as Justin finds out what she's been doing behind his back. He thinks she's been working a late job, but on a night out with his boys he finds out what she's really been doing. (Let me know what you think.)
In a magical universe known as the Magic Dimension, a group of fairies called the Winx Club has been summoned by Headmistress Faragonda for a very fun yet very important mission: a time-travel adventure to the year 2000 to meet 'N Sync and help them prepare for their upcoming No Strings Attached tour. As both groups get to know each other, their friendships grow very strong, so much so that one member from one group starts feeling strong connections towards another. JC Chasez, the soul singer of 'N Sync, slowly but surely falls in love with Bloom, the beautiful red-haired Fairy of the Dragon Flame (even though she's already taken), and simply could not let her go. Essentially, JC's heart is now in Bloom's hands. Can she hold his heart along the way without dropping it?
Meanwhile, Lance Bass befriends Flora, the lovely Fairy of Nature, and the thing that struck him about her so much was that she is the most kind, sweet, and understanding girl he's ever met. Even though he isn't exactly in love with her, he still is attracted to Flora, because he feels like he can open up to her about anything freely, including the dark secret he's been keeping from his fellow bandmates. Will he eventually muster up the courage to finally tell Flora his secret before she and the others leave?
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.