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With Avery and Gwen covering the developing crisis in Malaysia, Elise has no option but to push forward with her plans. Overseeing the construction of her recording studio and writing new music keeps her busy, but it is still difficult to keep Avery from her mind. Sure, he keeps texting when he can and in her head she knows that he is an experienced professional, but how safe can he possibly be?
“Ave!” I nearly shouted into the phone.
“Sorry Elise, it’s Max,” he said apologetically. “I’m on my way out to the bayou, you need to give an interview about all this.”
“What?” I sat up in bed, realizing I hadn’t ever gotten around to taking a shower yesterday. I was a mess; the last thing I needed to deal with was my career or my nosey fans.
“The press has still been buzzing about you and Avery. You successfully managed to get your fans behind your new relationship and they are worried about him and what his absence is doing to you. A picture of Avery at the press conference was all over the gossip sites yesterday and everyone is chomping at the bit for a word from you.”
“You’ve got to be kidding me.” I rolled my eyes, flopping back against the pillows.
“I know you must be a wreck, but it will be good PR for the fans to see you like this.”
“Have you ever had a heart Max? Or did your mother manage to give birth to you without one?”
“You know it’s true Elise. Even in the darkest moments of your life, you’ll never have total privacy.”
“Do you even care to hear about Avery?” I squinted my eyes against another onset of tears.
“Of course, I just assumed you hadn’t heard anything.”
“We have a system, he tries to at least text me every six hours. I just heard from him a few hours ago. He’s alive, that much I know...”