Check out Mad Love 2 by Colet Abedi.
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Colet Abedi has been an entertainment industry executive for over ten years. In addition to working on many television programs for NBC, ABC, FOX, and most cable networks, she is best known for her work as head writer for the telenovela serials American Heiress and Fashion House, the latter of which starred Bo Derek and Morgan Fairchild, on the FOX-owned MyNetworkTV. Abedi currently has one television series in syndication, Unsealed: Alien Files, and has completed Five Souls, her first feature film. She is also the co-author of young adult fiction novel, FAE. Book one was released July 2013 by Diversion Publishing Group and was an instant online bestseller. The Dark King, the second in the planned FAE trilogy, was released May 2014. FAE was recently optioned by Ridley Scott. Colet is a native of California, graduated with a B.A. in English literature from the University of California at Irvine, and currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and three dogs.
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The car pulls up to the entrance, where a long staircase is lit by torchlight. I suddenly feel like I’m Elizabeth in Pride and Prejudice arriving at a fancy ball. Except at this party the pulsating sound of the DJ spinning music and the crowd screaming can be heard inside our car.
I look over at Clayton with a raised brow.
“I warned you,” he tells us. “Georgie loves to throw parties.”
“I like him already,” Orie says with a good deal of excitement.
Clayton pulls my black wool cape over my shoulders and helps me out of the car. He takes my hand in his and Erik and Orie follow.
He lifts my hand and brushes his lips against my knuckles.
“I can’t wait to get out of here,” he says in a low voice.
“We just arrived,” I whisper back.
“And I’m already done sharing you,” Clayton says as I look up at him. “I want you to myself.”
God, I can just get lost in those eyes of his—
“Careful,” he chides as I literally trip over my own two feet and almost fly head first up the stairs. Clayton has to help me steady myself.
Trés embarrassante! That’s French for very embarrassing. Erik might have a point with his whole trés obsession.
But then I’m not embarrassed anymore because the double doors are opened and we enter what can only be described as a Versace circus. There are medusas and lions everywhere. Medusa statues, medusa paintings, lion emblems, lion statues, and all are in the shiniest gold I’ve ever seen. The couches, tables and chairs are done in either deep purple, green, or gold, and it’s so loud and totally over the top that I think Gianni Versace would be jumping around in glee.
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