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The fourth installment of The Live On Tour Series:


Y/N can’t seem to forget the way Harry’s lips felt on her skin.

She can’t forget the feeling of Harry’s moist lips against her skin,she can’t forget how soft and plump his lips are and she most definitely cannot forget the way her body felt like it was on fire when he kissed her softly.

Y/N knows she’s being dramatic as hell because it was a very small kiss…On her hand! It was nothing major yet she can’t help but feel that way.

She’s so in love with Harry that everything he does to her; like the hugs he gives her or the cheek kisses he give her, makes her feel faint.

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Ready Steady Part 2

I couldn’t help but write the second part to this already. Pretty excited about my first fanfic!

Summary: Reader embarks on a one-woman vacation because her boyfriend suddenly doesn’t show up for the flight, and during the vacation she meets sweet, charming Rob! In this chapter, the reader gets to know Rob a bit more, and also meets Rich.

Words: 3892

Pairing: eventual Rob x Reader

Warnings: Gratuitous flirting, drinking.

Originally posted by abeautifulincongruence


Once you were inside your room, you dropped most of your bags to the floor, leaving them as you took care to place your guitar on the dresser. You kicked off your boots and flopped face-down onto the bed dramatically. This whole trip had already taken a lot out of you. You were a hot mess from carrying all of your luggage by yourself. You were also slightly jet-lagged from the long flight and you admitted to yourself that you were an overall wreck from the emotional toll that the conversation with Chris had put you through.

You absentmindedly reached your hand out to the empty half of the bed, thinking how nice it would have been to have Chris there with you. This was an awfully big bed for just one person. You quickly shook the thought from your head, opting to take a shower instead of thinking about him anymore.

Your body ached, but the warm shower was soothing. You felt yourself begin to relax now. Once you were done, you quickly dug through your suitcase and pulled out a pair of black skinny jeans and a loose floral top and began to get dressed. You put on a bit of makeup, asking yourself why you were bothering with it at all. You were here alone, you didn’t have anyone to impress anymore. You sighed heavily, looking at yourself in the bathroom mirror. A part of you wondered a lot about her. The woman that Chris had cheated on you with, and ultimately left you to be with. You suddenly felt very inadequate. She must be prettier than you. Something about her obviously caught Chris’ eye, or else he wouldn’t have thrown away a five-year long relationship to be with her. Sure, you two had had so many problems in those five years, but it had still been a solid relationship… or so you thought. Actually, you weren’t even sure how long the cheating had been going on. You frowned at the thought.

“Enough of that,” you said out loud to yourself, “stop thinking about him and just enjoy some time alone.” You applied a bit of lipstick to your lips and put on a pair of flats. Grabbing your purse, you headed for the door.

You needed a distraction. Mostly, you needed to find a bar in this hotel where you could drown your sorrows.

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The 6 Best Places In Atlanta To Come Down From The Absolute High Of Visiting Nashville

Okay, so you’ve been burning at both ends in Nashville for days, and the orgy of affordable, country-music themed Southern hospitality has to end before it permanently burns up all of the serotonin in your brain. What better place to go than Atlanta for a much-needed cooling-off period after the total fucking thrill ride that is Nashville? Here are six places in Atlanta you’ve got to check out to help you get your racing heart rate back to normal after mainlining Nashville’s mind-blowing sights and sounds.

1. A Braves game: After spending time in the spectacular hedonistic pleasure pod that is Nashville, what better place to wind down and taper your excitement level back to normal than a Braves game under the lights in Atlanta? No, it can’t hold even a fraction of a candle to a Nashville Sounds Triple-A ballgame under the godly lights at First Tennessee Park, but you’re going to need a nice, leisurely paced game of baseball to watch while you slowly drift back to Earth from heaven.

2. The Center for Civil and Human Rights: Flashbacks of Nashville still throbbing inside your head? If you can’t get the rush of visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame out of your brain, splash a little cold water on it by visiting the Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta. It’s just the place to lie down, close your eyes, and finally put the brakes on the flaming bullet train from Nashville you’ve been riding hard for days.

3. The World of Coca-Cola: It’s a scientific fact that it’s dangerous to leave Nashville without a detailed comedown plan, and a mild trip to the World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta is just what the doctor ordered. Even if you aren’t a Coke fan, the Coca-Cola museum is a great choice because there’s nothing there to remind you of the insane, sleepless five-day bender of fiercely carnal Grand Ole Opry backstage tours and manic visits to Lower Broad you just subjected your poor body to in Nashville.

4. The CNN Studio Tour: Atlanta’s CNN tour is a can’t-miss place to start getting rid of the searing Nashville skyline that’s been burned into your brain and returning to normal. There’s a reason not everywhere is Nashville: Our bodies simply weren’t made to withstand a Nashville-level of excitement for long. Don’t risk going back. Please, stay here in Atlanta at CNN.

5. Zoo Atlanta: Fuck it, who are you kidding? You can’t just pull out of Nashville in the middle of experiencing the pure heroin of attractions such as Cheekwood Botanical Gardens and Music Row. Try all you want to cool down at Zoo Atlanta, but let’s face it, it won’t be long before Nashville snaps you back in like a bungee cord and you’re right back in the shit.

6. Six Flags Over Georgia: A few dozen 110-mph roller-coaster rides at this great Atlanta-area theme park might help chill you out, but honestly, it can’t replicate even a millisecond of the high of strolling through Nashville’s Riverfront Park. You know that the second Six Flags shuts down for the day, you’re hopping in your car, screaming at the top of your lungs, and flooring it right back to the supreme motherland of titillation: Nashville, Tennessee, baby. The only place where you can feel anything anymore.