(A Songbird Novel, Book 4)
Having promised her mama that she would make something of herself by not wasting her talent, Rachel Myers is itching to get out of small town, Payton. Rachel knows that after the hard time she had getting to Clark's Bar she should be happy with her waitressing job, warm bed, and occasional performing opportunity on the bars small stage. Plus on top of it all she has the boyfriend of her dreams the "Grizz" Joshua Clark himself. But she's restless feeling like she should be in a place bigger than Payton and fears her time of stardom will never come. Until a man from L.A. comes into the bar and offers to take her on as a client offering big promises if Rachel will return to L.A. with him. Joshua is immediately against it but Rachel's sees it as her big break. The only thing is could the L.A. opportunity break Joshua and Rachel apart? Is Rachel's dream really worth throwing away her home and love?
Overall, fantastic emotions, characters, plot, music I just loved it! The struggle Rachel faces of choosing which dream to pursue is something we might have all faced making her extremely relatable. When your dream is something you'd give anything for is it really worth it? Rachel found out in the worst way that it's not. Watching Rachel figure out her real dream was hard, but beautiful in the end and makes you think about about you're reaching for and why. Melissa Pearl did such a great job capture the despair Rachel felt as she got further away from home, that when she finally found freedom a reader can feel that fresh breathe too that she is free and can go home at last. So if you are looking for a book that will teach you dreams are worth working for but not worth selling you soul for and to not put things above those you love, then this book is for you.
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