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September 01, 2009
I am a 43 year old mother and wife who also works full time. My Robsession started on June 12, 2009 when I first watched Twilight on DVD. Nothing has been the same since. I have always enjoyed writing, although in my younger years it was poetry and playwriting. Open to Interpretation is my first stab at writing fanfiction. The language, art, music and country references in this story are a result of my many travels. When I'm not mothering, wifeing, working or writing, you can find me at RAoR with JAG and the rest of the h00rs or on Twitter @elvis4scilla.
Robert Pattinson is twenty five years old and a solid A-list international star. He is on the last leg of a European promotional tour for his latest film, when he meets a sexy much older woman who has been hired to serve as his language interpreter. What will develop during their travels throughout Spain, Italy, England, France and America? Will this older woman teach Rob about love and lust or will he have something to teach her? Lots of ripe, juicy, delicious lemons and possibly other fruit, I promise.
Finalist for best RPF in the 2010 Faithful Shipper Awards
Winner for Best Comedy—Reality Rebellion Awards 2010
Winner for Best First Kiss—Reality Rebellion Awards 2010
2nd Place for Best Original Character—Marisa, Most Original Plot, Best One Liner—“Your scent is still all over my fingers. It’s driving me to distraction.”
Finalist for best RPF in the 2011 Faithful Shipper Awards
Thanks so much to all those who voted for OTI!
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Categories: Other Characters: Robert Pattinson
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October 25, 2009 Updated:
August 04, 2012
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