All or Nothing

Can a simple phone call change your life? In Aurora (Rori for short) and Amelia Carter's case, it can. Rori Carter, already a household name and eighteen, gets offered a movie deal that she can't not accept. Little does she know, she's doing a movie with the famous Louis Tomlinson. Amelia, Rori's little sister, is an aspiring singer and only sixteen. To her surprise, she gets offered to collaborate with the one and only One Direction. Will these girls find love and be successful? Or will they end up getting their hearts broken with their careers falling apart with it? Give them all or nothing.


1. Aurora Carter

A/N: THE DYNAMIC DUO IS BACK AT IT! Haha :D. Elizabeth and I are writing "All or Nothing" together. I will be writing from the point of view of Aurora, otherwise known as Rori. And she will be writing from the point of Amelia, the little sister. I hope you guys enjoy! :) 



"Rori! Look over here!"

"Smile for the camera!"


I plastered a smile on my face and smiled at the blinding lights that were flashing around my face, as I posed a dress from some other designer. I didn't really know. Mother picked it out for me. Even though I was walking down a red carpet to my own movie premiere, all I could think about was my graduation that I had to go to the next day. I was eighteen, and I had finally graduated the death trap called High School. Sure, I wasn't there a lot of the time, considering my career. But... 

"Rori!" I heard my name being called as I started to fall forward. I had stepped on my own dress, I realized as my face hit the ground. Quickly, I jumped back up. Well, Mother wasn't going to be happy about that. No one wants a clumsy movie star. Blushing, I hurried into the theater and said hello to all the people that were important. Amelia was right behind me.

"You fell," she stated. 

"Wow, thanks for noticing," I said sarcastically. She raised an eyebrow.

"Mother isn't going to be happy," she half sang as I glowered at her. Mother was marching into the theater and I really didn't want to face her wrath.

"Tell her I went to the bathroom or something," I said quickly as I hurried away into a crowd of gossiping celebrities. 

"Amanda has gone nuts! Can you believe I was friends with her?" they laughed at each other's horrific comments, but I went straight to the snack table. 

"So, how did you feel falling on your face?" asked Taylor (Yes, THE Taylor Lautner) as he sauntered up next to me, a smirk on his face.

"Oh shut up," I said, rolling my brown eyes at him, a playful smile on my face. Taylor was like the older brother that I never had. This movie was really going to take off my career. Why? Because Taylor was my costar. And everyone knows about Taylor. 

I successfully avoided my mother for the rest of the premiere, but considering I had to go home with her, I couldn't avoid her forever.

"WHAT were you thinking?" she cried, throwing her spray tanned arms above her head dramatically.


"That's the thing! You weren't thinking! Now everyone's going to remember you as that girl who tripped on her big debut!"

"Mother, people know me from other things," I said slowly.

"Not anymore they don't! Who's Rori Carter? Oh you mean that girl who tripped on the red carpet?" Mother mocked angrily. My father rolled his eyes and laid a hand down on my mother's shoulder. 

"It's okay. Think calm, peaceful thoughts. I'm sure it won't be too bad. Now breathe in, breathe out. In, out. In, out," he said. My mother followed his directions as she closed her eyes. I always wondered how they were ever together. And then they would remind me. This was why. Because they were total opposites. Mother was a control freak. Everything had to be her way. And she' know...insane. No seriously. She is. She hasn't gotten tested for insanity, but she is. Definitely. Father on the other hand was laid back. He was a go-with-the-flow kind of guy. Complete opposites. How he dealt with her, I would never know. 

The next day, I woke up bright and early for my graduation. Looking at myself in the mirror, I felt my heart wrench. I was wearing my graduation robe and the hat. I was officially done. I was officially an adult. Yet, I still felt like I was being treated like a child. I never got to choose what movie deals I got to do. What photoshoots I wanted to do. How I wanted people to perceive me. I hated it. 

But I loved acting...

The dilemma. 

My family showed up to the graduation and the speech was pretty much cliche. Instead of my mother saying, "Darling, I'm proud of you!" when I walked over to her, she said excitedly, "There's this PERFECT movie deal for you!! It will take the minds away from that terrible accident last night."

"Mom, I thought I was on break..."

"Break? You? Not when you're at your peak."

"I just graduated... Isn't there ANYTHING you want to say?" She stared at me for a moment. 

"Congratulations, honey," she said with a quick smile, and then she got back on her phone, "Of COURSE she'll do it! She's so excited! And about the costar... Yes... That would be perfect! Thank you for casting her! Yes! ...She is SO excited, really...."

"I hate when she does that," I muttered to my father and Amelia.

"At least she focuses on your dream," Amelia stated before walking away. 

"What's her problem?" I asked, looking up at my father. He didn't say anything and just stared at my little sister who was walking towards the car, her thumbs racing across her phone keyboard.




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