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Nothing Without You. Posted 3 years ago. Two years after the death of their infant child, Abel and Nicki have staggered a couple times in the search to find themselves again through their highly publicized and controversial marriage. With a noticeably larger family, hectic careers, and the media commanding their attention at every turn, the fight to remain loyal begins to overwhelm them. A dark strain begins to form in their lives right as Abel reaches the peak of his career and begins moving on to a new project while his flame of fame is still blazing. With high hopes and anticipation for Starboy, his priorities begin to shift as the life of making music begins to consume him again.

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Nothing Without You. Posted 3 years ago. Two years after the death of their infant child, Abel and Nicki have staggered a couple times in the search to find themselves again through their highly publicized and controversial marriage.

With a noticeably larger family, hectic careers, and the media commanding their attention at every turn, the fight to remain loyal begins to overwhelm them. A dark strain begins to form in their lives right as Abel reaches the peak of his career and begins moving on to a new project while his flame of fame is still blazing.

With high hopes and anticipation for Starboy, his priorities begin to shift as the life of making music begins to consume him again. He's been pulled away from his responsibilities at home, leaving Nicki to become frustrated at his negligence. Drugs and partying begin to slowly seep into their lives again as Abel works overtime to reinvent himself in a new album. When Nicki begins yearning to break away from being a housewife and jump headfirst back into her career as well, their relationship strains to its limits.

Their loyalty to each other only goes so far and they begin growing apart. They begin to question if they made a mistake by getting married so young. Life becomes a devil's pit for them and their commitment to each other becomes tested, yet again. Will the Starboy era tear them apart? Is Abel's success interfering with his family responsibilities?

Have they truly gotten over the tragic death of their baby? Is this the end that everyone anticipated before? Can they hold true to their vow: I Won't Give Up? Or are they truly nothing without each other? Changing Faces 2. I Won't Give Up 3. My blog All of Tumblr. Latest Tweets. RSS feed.

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Heiresses They were born to the scent of success. Now they stand to lose it all Fame, fashion and scandal, Jemima, Tara and Poppy Trevellyan are the height of success, glamour and style: Jemima's indulgent lifestyle knows no limits. Tara's one amibition in life is to be independent of her family and her husband, no matter the cost. Poppy wants to escape her wealthy family's stifling influence, without losing the comfort their money brings. But when the girls inherit the Trevellyan's vast ailing perfume empire, can they learn to work together to bring the company back from the brinkt? And in making a fresh start, can they face their family's dark past? From the presitious dormitories of Westfield to the irresistible socialite scene of present-day London, everywhere Allegra McCorquodale goes, scandal follows.

You both like basketball, listen to the same music, and eat strawberry ice cream with chocolate chips. How could anyone else have so much in common? He has the coolest hair, and he is so funny, but every time you see him, you feel shy and embarrassed. You don't even know her, but you feel nervous whenever you see her.

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