By Kristen Zimmer
New grownup novel instructed for 17+ because of mature topics and sexual content.
Where does friendship cease and love begin?
At simply 19, Kendall Bettencourt is Hollywood’s most well-liked younger starlet, with the realm at her toes – yet in the back of the glamour and clothier attire is a lady who longs for normal.
Payton Taylor is Kendall’s ally considering that youth, and the single one who reminds her of who she really is – her shelter from the craziness of star life.
With her occupation starting up, Kendall strikes Payton to l. a. to assist continue her sane. yet Payton is hiding a mystery that may make every little thing ten occasions worse. simply because to her, Kendall is greater than a ally – she is the one woman that she has ever loved.
Just as they wish one another greater than ever, they’ll need to resolution the query of the place friendship stops and love starts off? And discover no matter if the sentiments they've got can live on the mounting strain of fame…
The Gravity among Us is a bold, romantic, emotional tale approximately friendship, love, and discovering the courage to be yourself in a loopy world.
Praise for The Gravity among Us
‘The Gravity among Us is a great read--humorous, romantic and daring. Kristen's writing variety is attractive and sincere. In Payton and Kendall, she's succeeded in growing characters whom you care approximately immediately. And her portrayal in their dating is superbly rendered. I enjoyed the Hollywood angle, the query of the way one learns to house different people's reactions to similar intercourse relationships and the assumption of the zany video game that's celebrity.
For me, The Gravity among Us is a must-read new grownup novel! i cannot wait to learn Kristen Zimmer's subsequent book!’ 5 Stars!
‘I wish this publication calls to you ways it known as to me. And if/when you do learn it, I wish you chortle and get all sappy and emotional the way in which I did too.’
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I believe the way to cross approximately this can be with the piano. ” Okay, i'll were mistaken approximately this man. there's a moderate probability he won’t be so undesirable. “So what do you need me to do? ” He pulls the bench clear of the piano, sits down and motions for me to affix him. “Let’s discover what you recognize. ” i glance at him like he’s dense. What do i do know? anything within the ballpark of nada. i believe again to the entire instances I’d sat with Payton on the piano in her lounge. It used to be previous and had belonged to her grandfather who’d performed with the likes of John Coltrane and Miles Davis, she informed me. She attempted to coach me rudimentary issues. Now, I want I had paid nearer cognizance. I position my arms at the keys and press down calmly on a number of. One notice specifically sounds usual. Payton used to faucet it time and again. “Is that heart C? i believe that’s what it’s referred to as, I don’t comprehend. ” “That’s correct, it truly is center C. That’s the start of the C significant scale. the dimensions, in entire notes, is CDEFGABC. ” He performs every one white key as he names them. inspired, I press the second one white key subsequent to heart C, two times. “E, E,” I say and proceed. earlier than lengthy I’ve performed a whole sequence of notes, first with one hand, then with . “That’s mind Stew through eco-friendly Day,” I proclaim with satisfaction. “Is it? ” He asks. “Who taught you that? ” “Payton,” I say—just her identify, as if each person within the complete international knows precisely who I’m conversing approximately and no extra clarification is important. yet then I keep in mind that no longer each person on this planet is aware Payton. They comprehend me, and that i comprehend her. “I’m sorry. a chum I grew up with taught me. Her identify is Payton. She performs guitar and piano and every thing else. She’s thoroughly into song. i feel she’s answerable for lots of the artists i've got on my iPod. ” He nods. “Can you play the rest? ” I transparent my throat. In my head, I’m listening to a music Payton and that i used to play jointly. She taught me the easier half, and he or she performed the extra advanced notes. “Yeah, yet i would like a few support with it. ” I press the keys slowly. Jon understands the duet. He performs the half Payton frequently does. I commence buzzing in addition to the notes, then making a song. We play the track via to the top. “You have a pleasant voice,” he says. “Right on key. That’s the main difficult factor to educate, the concept that of being on key. It’s both whatever you have got otherwise you don’t. ” I shrug. “Thanks. ” “It seems like there isn’t even more you must be aware of. you want to thank your pal for supplying you with a superb creation. ” “I will. ” He stands and steps clear of the piano. “Well, it used to be great to satisfy you. reliable success with the movie. ” He extends his hand to me, and that i shake it. “It used to be great to fulfill you, too. thanks on your time. ” “No problem,” he says. “Take care. ” I’m headed towards the door, approximately to arrive for the deal with, while Jon seems at my aspect. He pulls the door open, holds it regular. “What is that this, chivalry? ” I snicker. “I concept that was once lifeless. ” He grins. “Not the following within the South, it isn’t. ” “Thanks,” I say and circulation to go out the room. “Hang on. considering you’re going to be in New Orleans for your time, i presumed probably i'll take you out sometime—show you round the urban and every little thing.