He’s a movie star.
I’m just a girl from a small town.
He lives in L.A when he’s not traveling the world. I live in Utah, and the furthest I’ve been is a few states away.
He’s beautiful. I’m . . . just me.
Talbot Green is the man who has everything—fame, money, adoring fans—and I’m just a girl from a small town, childhood friends with his publicist, and looking forward to spending a few days in warm and sunny California.
Then I saved his life.
In front of the paparazzi.
And suddenly, my face is everywhere—on social media, on TV, on magazine covers. Suddenly, I’m not just a girl from a small town, who’s living a small life. Suddenly . . . I belong to Talbot Green, at least in the eyes of the media.
And also . . . perhaps in the eyes of Talbot himself.
But maybe, just maybe, he belonged to me right back.