See You Soon Broadway

Broadway Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Monica Olsen
Series: Broadway Series, Book 1
Length: 5 hrs and 48 mins
Categories: Romance, Romantic Comedy
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Maris Forrester has a wonderful life with an amazing boyfriend and a fulfilling job. She's happy and content...or so she thinks. Maris has always had huge dreams of being on Broadway. Ever since her very first performance as a child, she has envisioned herself on the stage under the shining lights. Now she has to decide whether she should give up her wonderful life to chase those dreams.

When her parents announce they are moving, she comes across a long-lost family treasure. She doesn't realize that this treasure may hold the key to her future and to all her dreams coming true.

And if that wasn't sign enough, a mysterious stranger throws another wrench in the mix at a dazzling rooftop party benefiting the arts. These could be signs of things to come.

But will she remain content in her perfect world, or will she step into the unknown world she has always dreamed of?

©2015 Melissa Baldwin (P)2017 Melissa Baldwin

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I was looking forward to this book because it sounded fun and interesting. It's not horrible, but I was somewhat disappointed, it seems to be lacking in some areas. I wanted more drama, maybe. The narrator is okay but very breathy and in the last chapter there were some audio issues where they did a retake on the production and phrases were repeated.