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Author Topic: Nothing is Better Then a Good Love Story (f seeking m)  (Read 300 times)

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Offline AylaTopic starter

Nothing is Better Then a Good Love Story (f seeking m)
« on: June 04, 2013, 02:18:12 PM »
This was something that just kind of wormed it’s way into my mind and to be honest I’d like to see what kind of shenanigans the two can get into off set and how it turns from playful fun into romantic evenings out.

It would be awesome if someone would play the actor; you can pick a real one or make one up whatever you’d like

Sam was an average hard working girl from Boston Massachusetts. She’s been writing ever since she could put words together to make a sentence and even had a few books published on the side for some extra money to put into her horse Adolfo a handsome Friesian stallion who follows her around like a lost puppy.

When one of her books hits the bestseller list Sam get’s a call from her editor saying that if she wanted she could sell the rights to her book and it would be made into a movie by some big time director that she’s never heard of. What’s more is that she’s offered the chance to come down to the set and act as a reference for the actors and set designers. She agrees happily and flies both her and her horse out to Hollywood.

The cast is nice enough especially the actor playing the main character. A popular star in many action/military movies, he was far from what she expected but it made a lot of sense that someone so playful and bubbly would play the “broken hero” kind of character so well.

With plenty of time between scenes Sam finds that her new actor friend is very curious as to what she does for a living, and just what exactly made her want to come out to a place so far from what she’s used to just to play reference book to a bunch of “snooty actors”.

As they get closer on set they end up spending a lot of time off the set as well and slowly but surely a romance blooms but Sam doesn’t think she’s good enough for him and treads lightly. He’s wealthy actor while she’s... well not... she feels their love was doomed from the start and while Mr. Big Time Actor disagrees he needs to find a way to prove it to her before she leaves for Boston and possibly lose her forever.