Long awaited sequel to Sweet Dreams: A Musical Romance.
Three days is not very long, but to Victoria, who’s been away from her new love Rob Malloy, it seems like forever. Returning from Colorado, Victoria reconnects with her friends, finding one particular friend isn’t too happy about her having a high society boyfriend.
Imagine waking from a nap to find your favorite boy band star sitting in the chair across from you. That’s what happens to Cynthia Porter. She can hardly believe she isn’t dreaming when Derek Montgomery shows up at Rob’s apartment. The initial shock gives way to real mutual admiration as they spend time together. Unfortunately, it seems Derek’s old girlfriend haunts him too much to let go. Will Cynthia ever find a guy who is completely into her? Or will she constantly be the friend and counselor to these screwed up males?
Music provided by: Neil MacPherson, Brad Wait and Pleasure Trip.
Chapter 13- End
Victoria mourns her perfect weekend in San Francisco ending as Rob promises they will see each other soon. Cynthia does not know what to think about Derek. His quick goodbye and subsequent phone call leave her unsure about their relationship. Bonus: Deleted scene from earlier in the book.
Cynthia consoles Derek as he deals with his breakup, the next morning they part leaving her unsure of their relationship. Rob and Victoria discuss plans for their future.
Rob confronts Oliver about his intentions towards Victoria. Derek finds out Laura leaked secrets of their love life to the tabloids. Rob and Victoria spend a night of passion together.
At the Silverton party, Victoria meets the famous fashion model Jordon and then gets a serenade from her favorite jazz musician. Rob does not seem too thrilled about the situation. Cynthia and Derek get close on the dance floor.
Victoria nervously endures her first recording session. The two couples go to a high-class party at a mansion across the bay. An old client of his fathers, embarrasses Rob.
Victoria and Cynthia go shopping for dresses for a big party. The guys play racquetball and then meet the girls at lunch. Victoria begins to worry about her upcoming studio recording.
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I want to hear the third one
Love both story
Hope there's many more to come.
I really enjoyed listening to both Sweet Dreams and Star Struck. I just hope there will be more. I listened to each book in one night. It is a very easy listen and the music and effects gave it a different kind of spin then a regular podiobook.