[2013] Tori Carr: This is what happy looks like

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[2013] Tori Carr: This is what happy looks like

Graham LarkinHe is currently America's newest heartthrob! He is an actor with a pet pig, named Wilbur. When he accidentally starts emailing Ellie (to ask to let Wilbur out). So he and Ellie form a pen pal relationship where they constantly email each other.

Would you? - If someone acidentally emailed you, would you email them back? And become friends who live on two different sides of the country? - If you found out said friend was celebrity filming a movie in your home town (just for you), would you be in a relationship with him?

This is what happy looks likeBy: Jennifer E. Smith

Ellie O'Neill She is accedintallyt emailed by Graham about his pet pig Wilbur. She and Graham (who don't each other yet they form a pen pal relationship over email. But what happens when he shows up looking for him?

Ellie has a past that her mother is running from. She is the illegitimate daughter of a Congressman. That causes her mother to not want her and Graham to start a relationship.

So when Graham has the oppurtunity to film in Ellie's hometown in "Middle of No Where", Maine, he jumps at the chance. But he didn't think it through that he is a celebrity and she is a normal teenage girl.

Noteworthy Things:-Ellie wants to go to the poetry camp at Harverd.- Graham is supposed to have a ''relationship'' with his co-star Olivia.- Graham is dead set on him and Ellie having the ''official'' state treat of Maine, Woopie-pies.-Ellie and Graham are seventeen.- They use words from Charollete's Web because of Wilbur. - Everybody eats at the Lobster Pit.-It was Graham's idea to film there when the other location fell though, why though to meet Ellie ofcourse. -Ellie works at an ice cream shop and her mothers store.- Ellie has a pet dog. - They have to avoide the paparazz.i.

When teenage movie star Graham Larkin accidentally sends small town girl Ellie O'Neill an email about his pet pig, the two seventeen-year-olds strike up a witty and unforgettable correspondence, discussing everything under the sun, except for their names or backgrounds.


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