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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: Dreams #1: Crazy Dreams
Crazy Dreams by Dawn Pendleton is the first book in her Dreams series. A beautiful, bittersweet romance story that takes you through the entire rollercoaster ride from the meet-cute, to the falling in love, the horrible misunderstanding and break-up and the eventual (Phew) reconciliation.
Stone has always dreamed of being a country music star and is working hard towards that goal. He is staying with his friend Dallas and when Dallas's sort-of sister is coming to visit when Dallas has to be out of the country on assignment, Stone gets to pick her up from the airport.
Ember has never wanted the life she has but has never truly been able to tell her mother no. Modeling is what she does until her one true best friend and half-sister Rainey dies from cancer. Finding it hard to get herself back to normal after her tragic loss she decides to visit Dallas, Rainey's half-brother in Nashville to take the summer off.
Of course, this is where the meet cute comes in. While the story is not unique, what romance truly can claim to be. It's all the same essential plot with few exceptions. The telling of Stone and Ember's story is phenomenal. Dawn Pendleton does a wonderful job of making you care about her characters and what happens to them.