Crazy Dreams Review


Synopsis: Stone Tucker has big dreams. Someday, he wants to be on a country radio station. Flash forward to reality, and Stone isn’t any closer to his dream than he was months ago when he left his high school sweetheart and hometown in Pennsylvania to move to Nashville. Every one back home thinks he’s going to fail, and unfortunately, Stone has started to believe it, too.

Enter Ember Daniels.

Ember lost her dad years ago in a car accident, and more recently, her older sister to leukemia. She’s had her fair share and then some of heart break and needs to get away from the modeling life her mother has been pushing on her. A summer trip to Nashville is just what she needs to find herself. She isn’t prepared for Stone, with his hot body and overall indifferent attitude toward her.

One night can change everything, and with seemingly endless summer nights, Ember and Stone both discover exactly what they’re looking for.



Review by Jamie: Living in Nashville has been anything but successful for Stone Tucker. He moved there on his crazy dream to be a huge country music star. So he packed up his bags and left his hometown in Pennsylvania and began his dreams under the roof of his friend Dallas. Unfortunately, working in the bars are just not making it to the big time.

Ember Daniels is a successful model and has been basically her whole life thanks to her controlling and overbearing mother. Since the recent death of her sister, Rainey Daniels, to leukemia, she just really hasn’t been able to smile for the camera. So while on summer break from college and modeling she has this idea to explore herself and get out from under her mother’s reign. So, with her mom’s permission of course, she goes to visit a family friend in Nashville. Dallas.
Now we get to see what kind of crazy dreams Stone and Ember can make in Nashville. Will their dreams come true? Or were they all just crazy?
This is another great book by Dawn Pendleton, whose writing has kept me captive since the beginning. This book can most certainly be a stand alone, but if you want a bit more background on a few of the secondary characters, then I would suggest reading the Broken Series first.
By Jennifer Laslie Posted in Reviews

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