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Tobin Parks has been described as a cross between Janice Joplin, Aretha Franklin, Joan Baez, Reba McIntyre, and a little bit of Elvis thrown in for balance. She's at the top of every chart, and with her sultry voice and bad girl image, she has no trouble attracting screaming fans to her concerts, women to her bed, and paparazzi to her doorstep.

Kiersten Bradley is riding the wave of her dream. The inventor and CEO of ICE, a popular energy drink, Kiersten is having a phenomenal year of success. When Tobin Parks comes knocking on her door asking ICE to be the sponsor of her next guaranteed blockbuster tour, Kiersten passes. Linking her company's name to Tobin's is a public relations nightmare waiting to happen. Both professional and personal sparks fly when the two strong-willed, very public women meet. Kiersten will not risk everything she has worked for, even for the chance to make millions, and Tobin is determined to have ICE has her sponsor.

©2017 Julie Cannon (P)2017 Bold Strokes Books Inc

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Narrator makes POOR choices

Tobin is described as a sexy, baby butch--the narrator decided that that sounds a 13 year old Pollyanna.
What was she thinking??? What was anyone who had anything to do with the making this audiobook thinking?

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Excellent!

I loved Wishing on a Dream. Great story. Really holds your interest. Excellent narration by Paige McKinney.

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Unlikable Lead Character; Unrealistic Ending

I have several other Julie Cannon audiobooks and the one weakness in several of her works is a main character that just isn't particularly appealing. This one contains the queen of all these unsympathetic ladies, Kirsten Fellows. Tobin Parks is a 25 year old lesbian rock star and it doesn't seem at all believable that she would have the patience to hang in there as her co-star does the I'm in, I'm out dance. Kirsten spends almost all 9 hours of the audio having temper tantrums and insulting Tobin, perhaps if Tobin possessed the lack of self esteem Kirsten displayed throughout the book she might have been willing to deal with it but if she she did it wasn't alluded to in any great measure. As for myself; I was at first wondering why Tobin didn't street the psycho bitch, soon it became a strong longing that she would do just that. Aside from that major flaw it's a fairly good listen, Julie Cannon is an excellent writer and the story moves well.

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