Where He Brought Me From 9.2

Where He Brought Me From

Chapter 9: Unequally Yoked

9.2 Paparazzi: Lights, Camera, Action

Jessica shakily took a deep breath and followed Garcia to the front room of the store. As Jessica stepped out of the back room she was amazed by what she saw. There were tons of people with cameras up against the windows of the store taking pictures. Kash stood in between two racks of clothes talking on the phone like nothing was happening. “You ready to go?” he asked as he spotted Jessica.

“This is crazy.” Jessica replied in shock.

“I’m going to have to agree with Jessica I have never this amount of paparazzi for one person.” Garcia said.

“Yeah I know its great right?” Kash grinned as he looked out the window to the frenzied photographers. “This is only the beginning so you better get use to this and quickly.” He said as he took Jessica’s hand.

“Does a person ever get use to this?” Jessica asked.

“No not really they just good at faking it.” Kash said with a smile.

“I’m going to go out the back I’ll see you two at the next shop after lunch.” Garcia said.

“Okay bye.” Kash said and Jessica waved goodbye as Garcia headed to the back room of the store.

“Okay when we go out there just smile and wave, I will do all the talking.” Kash said to Jessica.

“What will you say?” Jessica asked nervously.

“Well the label has already made a statement saying you are our new artist and they are pushing an early release for the song you recorded, it will probably be on the radio later on today.” Kash replied. “I’m just going to introduce you as my girlfriend.” He added.

“Wow this all moving so fast.” Jessica said. “Does stuff usually happen this quick?” she asked overwhelmed.

“It’s not typical but for some yes.” Kash said. “Look don’t be afraid this is good.” Kash assured her.

“Its just that I know this has nothing to do with my talent all this media attention is about you and the new chick on your arm.” Jessica sighed.

“That’s why we are moving so quickly to get your single out, I want people to know that you are not just some trophy I want them to see how talented you are.” Kash said. “I know all the cameras are about me but this your fifteen minutes and what you do with them will decide the rest of your life.” He said. “So stop being shy, take a deep breath, smile and act like you belong here.” He added.

Jessica took a long deep breath, put on her shades and tightened her grip on Kash’s hand. “Okay I’m ready.” She said.

Kash smiled at Jessica and they walked out of the store into the crowd of people. “Kash!” people yelled from the crowd. “Is this your girlfriend?” Someone screamed. “How long have you two been dating?” another person asked.

 “Calm down everyone!” Kash yelled as Jessica stood next him smiling and posing confidently for the cameras. “I’m going to answer all of your questions.” He said. “Yes this is my girlfriend and she also a talented rapper and singer who I just signed to a record deal her single will be out later on today.” He told the crowd. “Now excuse us we are late for lunch.” He added with a smile as he and Jessica got into their car.

Where He Brought Me From 9.1


Where He Brought Me From

Chapter 9: Unequally Yoked

9.1 Paparazzi: It Couple

Jessica was busy skimming through the look book when Kash’s phone started to ring. “Excuse me it’s the stylist.” He said as he got up and left the room.

“Oh wow you guys make shoes as well?” Jessica asked.

“Yeah and jewelry too.” Lyric said.

“Well I like everything I’m sure how many outfits I will need though I will have to check with Kash.” Jessica said. “But it is definitely going to be hard to pick.” She said with a smile.

Kash entered back into the room with a heavily tattooed guy around his age. The guy was wearing a fitted cap, a long sleeve plaid shirt and some distressed jeans. He strolled into the room behind Kash with confidence making a statement without saying a word. “Jessica you are not going to believe this but paparazzi are everywhere outside and there are photos of us all over the Internet.” Kash said.

“Really?” Jessica asked surprised.

“Yeah everyone is wondering who you are.” Kash replied. “The internet is saying verbatim who is the hottie with billionaire playboy Kash Torelli.” He said. “Disregard that playboy part though.” He grinned. “Oh this is Garcia Vino my stylist.” Kash introduced him. “Garcia you know Lyric and Dominique.” He said. “And this beautiful songstress is Jessica Kealoha.” He added.

“Hi.” Garcia said as he shook Jessica’s hand. “So what have you picked out so far?” he asked.

“Everything.” Jessica laughed. “I didn’t know how many outfits I would need.” Jessica said as she looked at Kash.

“No its cool get everything.” Kash said as face was buried down in his phone. “Just let Garcia look things over and approve the colors, jewelry and shoes.” He said distracted.

“Really okay.” Jessica said excitedly.

“I’m sorry excuse me I have to go call PR the internet is going crazy over you right now we need to release a statement or something.” Kash said then left the room.

“Duty calls.” Garcia laughed as he sat down next to Jessica. “Okay let me what you got.” He said with a smile as he reached for the look book. Garcia began to flip through the book and nod his head. He did not say one word until he was finished looking through the entire book. “I like it but we are going to have to change the colors I was thinking red and gold I think it will really pop in the rainforest’s of Thailand.” He said as he handed Dominique the look book.

“Okay we can handle that.” Dominique said.

“Thank you guys it was nice meeting you.” Jessica said as she stood up to leave.

“Yeah thanks you two always make my work easy.” Garcia grinned. Garcia grabbed Jessica’s arm as she started to walk out the room. “Wait you might want to prepare yourself for what you are about to see.” He said.

“Is it that many people?” Jessica asked nervously.

 “Yeah.” Garcia nodded and laughed. “You better get used to it you are dating New York’s most eligible bachelor well he was.” He grinned. Jessica stood frozen like a deer in headlights. “Don’t panic just take a deep breath and get behind me.” Garcia told her.

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Jessica Kealoha was a 24-year-old singer-songwriter who made her living singing in nightclubs and coffee houses. She was a woman with a grudge against men, a woman scorned and she let it show it her music. Jessica couldn’t be alone so she always found herself with some loser who would end up the subject of her next song. She felt like she was destined for more but she was stuck in a downward spiral, loser after loser, deadbeat after deadbeat.

 

She had lost her father at the tender age of 14 to kidney failure and was left with an evil stepsister, a nonchalant mother, and a cruel stepfather. She never really learned how to love because she never truly felt any love. Her talents often went unrecognized at home and it made Jessica feel alone. Her stepfather who was often in a drunken rage about nothing constantly harassed her while her mother sat and watched aimlessly.

 

As soon as Jessica turned eighteen she moved to New York with her money from waiting tables in Pensacola to try and live her somewhat impossible dream. She knew impossible like a childhood friend she always never quite met the mark but little did Jessica know things were about to change.

 

 

Where He Brought Me From 8.1

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Jessica Kealoha was a 24-year-old singer-songwriter who made her living singing in nightclubs and coffee houses. She was a woman with a grudge against men, a woman scorned and she let it show it her music. Jessica couldn’t be alone so she always found herself with some loser who would end up the subject of her next song. She felt like she was destined for more but she was stuck in a downward spiral, loser after loser, deadbeat after deadbeat.

 

She had lost her father at the tender age of 14 to kidney failure and was left with an evil stepsister, a nonchalant mother, and a cruel stepfather. She never really learned how to love because she never truly felt any love. Her talents often went unrecognized at home and it made Jessica feel alone. Her stepfather who was often in a drunken rage about nothing constantly harassed her while her mother sat and watched aimlessly.

 

As soon as Jessica turned eighteen she moved to New York with her money from waiting tables in Pensacola to try and live her somewhat impossible dream. She knew impossible like a childhood friend she always never quite met the mark but little did Jessica know things were about to change.

 

 

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Jessica Kealoha was a 24-year-old singer-songwriter who made her living singing in nightclubs and coffee houses. She was a woman with a grudge against men, a woman scorned and she let it show it her music. Jessica couldn’t be alone so she always found herself with some loser who would end up the subject of her next song. She felt like she was destined for more but she was stuck in a downward spiral, loser after loser, deadbeat after deadbeat.

 

She had lost her father at the tender age of 14 to kidney failure and was left with an evil stepsister, a nonchalant mother, and a cruel stepfather. She never really learned how to love because she never truly felt any love. Her talents often went unrecognized at home and it made Jessica feel alone. Her stepfather who was often in a drunken rage about nothing constantly harassed her while her mother sat and watched aimlessly.

 

As soon as Jessica turned eighteen she moved to New York with her money from waiting tables in Pensacola to try and live her somewhat impossible dream. She knew impossible like a childhood friend she always never quite met the mark but little did Jessica know things were about to change.

 

 

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Jessica Kealoha was a 24-year-old singer-songwriter who made her living singing in nightclubs and coffee houses. She was a woman with a grudge against men, a woman scorned and she let it show it her music. Jessica couldn’t be alone so she always found herself with some loser who would end up the subject of her next song. She felt like she was destined for more but she was stuck in a downward spiral, loser after loser, deadbeat after deadbeat.

 

She had lost her father at the tender age of 14 to kidney failure and was left with an evil stepsister, a nonchalant mother, and a cruel stepfather. She never really learned how to love because she never truly felt any love. Her talents often went unrecognized at home and it made Jessica feel alone. Her stepfather who was often in a drunken rage about nothing constantly harassed her while her mother sat and watched aimlessly.

 

As soon as Jessica turned eighteen she moved to New York with her money from waiting tables in Pensacola to try and live her somewhat impossible dream. She knew impossible like a childhood friend she always never quite met the mark but little did Jessica know things were about to change.

 

 

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Jessica Kealoha was a 24-year-old singer-songwriter who made her living singing in nightclubs and coffee houses. She was a woman with a grudge against men, a woman scorned and she let it show it her music. Jessica couldn’t be alone so she always found herself with some loser who would end up the subject of her next song. She felt like she was destined for more but she was stuck in a downward spiral, loser after loser, deadbeat after deadbeat.

 

She had lost her father at the tender age of 14 to kidney failure and was left with an evil stepsister, a nonchalant mother, and a cruel stepfather. She never really learned how to love because she never truly felt any love. Her talents often went unrecognized at home and it made Jessica feel alone. Her stepfather who was often in a drunken rage about nothing constantly harassed her while her mother sat and watched aimlessly.

 

As soon as Jessica turned eighteen she moved to New York with her money from waiting tables in Pensacola to try and live her somewhat impossible dream. She knew impossible like a childhood friend she always never quite met the mark but little did Jessica know things were about to change.