Acting is my life but cocaine is my salvation.
My name is Mya Fritz and I’m Hollywood Royalty, Oscar winner, best actress of 2018. But I’m a fucking wreck, though on the outside I act like I own the world.
I’ve not always been this way, I swear it. But after a relationship to another Hollywood big wig, I’ve been left reeling. He has power over me that no one else has. He has something that could ruin everything I’ve worked my ass off for. And I have no doubt that Finn Thimble will fucking annihilate me. There’s nothing I can do to stop him getting revenge if I ever talk about what he put me through. This secret that only we know about, a secret so big that my fucking family would be ashamed of me over, is the one reason I turned to drugs. Drugs help me breathe, they help me focus. Hell, they fucking do everything to stop me from ending my own miserable existence. I know I should be grateful for what I have, and I am, but it’s hard to stay at the top when an epic thunder cloud looms over your head.
I have no one in my corner and that’s because no one knows. And it needs to stay that way. Especially as my growing feelings for Hollywood Actor Levi Jameson is on the line. I promised I’d never involve myself with another actor, but here I am again, falling for someone I shouldn’t. Levi is the opposite of Finn; gentle, kind and fucking delicious. I mean, have you seen his dimples? Swoon.
But our budding friendship is built on lies. I know this; he doesn’t. He doesn’t know the real reason I’m pulling back from him. And if I tell him? Finn will know, he’ll then make sure the world knows our dirty secret.
Can I move forward and be happy? Could I ever have a relationship with someone as prominent and handsome as Levi Jameson; the Hollywood heart throb? Time will tell but fuck, this isn’t going to be pretty.
All I can do is hope and pray. Hope that cocaine keeps me from talking. Hope that If the truth ever comes out that I can pick myself up and carry on… with or without Levi. Wish me fucking luck.
“I wasn’t going to say no. But for one, it’s not a couch, it’s a chaise lounge, two, it’s not comfortable in the slightest and I have no idea why I still have it, and three, you can share my bed. It’s big enough for about four people.” I don’t know why I offered him to share my bed with me, but it was a spur of the moment thought. And the thought of him laying next to me in almost nothing has me feeling all kinds of fuzzy.
“If you’re sure.” I just nod in response, suddenly feeling so tired and my limbs are feeling dead, my eye lids are a little droopy and my brain is rattling around in my skull. “We’ll talk tomorrow, I think you should get some sleep.”
He picks me up and I wrap my arms around his neck and rest my head on his shoulder. He carries me with ease through the kitchen, through the entryway, up the huge staircase and down the hallway to my bedroom.
He places me on my feet and I go about my routine of changing into a night shirt that comes to mid-thigh and going to the en-suite to brush my teeth. I accidentally glance in the mirror at my reflection and I grimace. Levi really has seen me at my fucking worst. Those bags under my eyes are atrocious. I’m surprised no one has picked up how haggard I look. Especially the paparazzi. I cringe, hoping no one lately has managed to get a shot of me, I don’t want to open a magazine and see an image of me looking to broken, so tired and strung out. And the absolute last thing I want to read about is speculations about me being a junkie. I guess, looking at me now, it wouldn’t be hard to put two and two together.
“Mya, you okay in there?” Levi’s voice calls from the bedroom.
“Yeah, I’m fine,” I say around a mouthful of toothpaste. I spit it into the basin, washing it away with water. Placing my toothbrush back into its holder, I take one last agonizing look in the mirror before turning away with slumped shoulders. I clap before I exit, extinguishing the light.
In the bedroom, Levi is already in my bed, shirtless and looking so fucking delicious that I can’t help standing and staring like a complete moron. His eyes are closed but I know he’s not asleep.
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Hollywood Royalty Book 2
A messy divorce. An unexpected crush and a Hollywood actress as a best friend. My life is drama with a capital D.
I’ve been with one man since the age of fifteen, a man I loved so much that my mind was blinded to his laziness and controlling nature. Spending your entire adulthood with one man, dating will be awkward. But with a messy divorce ahead of me, I’m not looking for love. I’m looking for nothing more than how to process life without my husband. Finding him between a much younger woman’s legs ripped my heart to shreds, my trust in men has been shattered. Not only that, but I’m awkward as fuck.
Mya has opened doors for me in my career; I’ve gone from stylist to fashionista for celebrities in a matter of months. My whole world has been turned on its axis and as I establish a name for myself in Hollywood, I’m avoiding my soon-to-be-ex-husband like he’s the plague. It’s not unheard of for an ex to stalk you, but I never thought it would happen to me. How could I think of dating other men when Evan is always over my shoulder, gripping me with an unknown fear.
I’m taking from Evan everything that he owns; money, house, cars… everything. He deserves to have nothing in his life. Nothing. And I will win this fucking battle, even if it could get me killed.
But life threw me a curveball when Hollywood heartthrob, Bradley Cooper, entered my life, I’m suddenly questioning what the fuck I’ve been missing my whole life. Could we become anything more than friends? Will Evan scare him away? Or will I?
Lucii is your typical British girl, hates the sun and hibernates when summer arrives! She lives at home, in the UK, with her 2 daughters and husband, where they spend the day watching peppa pig and The Greatest Showman, and playing with mega-blocks and reading a million books.
She started off as a regular person, job, home life, health issues and a love of reading. After reading the Fifty shade phenomenon, she went onto social media to seek other authors writing the same or similar genres. She entered a world she didn’t know existed and went to open a successful blog.
Inspiring dreams took a back burner, while she learned the book community and met a bunch of amazing authors and readers alike.
A year later she decided to start writing, hoping against hope that her friends and fellow readers will like what she brings to the table.