Nashville Dreams Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
A second-chance women's fiction saga set in Charleston and Nashville.
Laura Scott grew up in a trailer park. It was just her and her mother and they were happy, even if others looked down at them. When this story begins, Laura is madly in love with her best friend, Cole Dawson, and dreaming of their future. Cole wants a career in country music. They'd planned to marry after graduating college, but an unexpected pregnancy speeds up their timeline.
Dalton Dawson, Cole's father, is a billionaire aiming to be governor. He doesn't approve of Laura or of Cole's interest in music. He wants him to follow in his footsteps and go to law school. When he learns about Laura's pregnancy and their plans to marry soon, he's furious. This will not reflect well on his candidacy.
A fatal car accident changes everything when Dalton takes an action that he thinks will be best for everyone. But actions have consequences. As the years pass, fate takes Laura and Cole in very different directions. Eventually, their paths cross again in Nashville, where their lives are very different from how either of them imagined.
Nashville Dreams is a compelling women's fiction saga. If you like first loves revisited and a love story that plays out over the years, you may enjoy this.
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|Listening Length||6 hours and 4 minutes|
|Author||Pamela M. Kelley|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||August 12, 2019|
|Publisher||Piping Plover Press|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #147,559 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#1,714 in Fiction Sagas
#11,522 in Contemporary Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
#11,779 in Family Saga Fiction
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The H and h were together in high school. They separated after an accident and the h had amnesia. When they are together again years later, the H is married. The story then covers a lot and I mean a lot of the H's wife and his time together. The H settled into marriage with OW thinking he would never find another love like the h's. The h in the meantime is engaged to her boyfriend. She breaks up with him shortly after meeting up with the H again.
The two finally get together towards the end of the book when the wife asks for a divorce because she is interested in a co worker.
Dislike: If the H was so in love with the h, he should not have gotten married in the first place. And then, he did not initiate a divorce when he was reunited with the h and knew that he still had feelings for her. He even suspected that his wife was cheating on him when she told him that she was working late and he saw her with the co worker. He already knew his marriage was in trouble and yet he continued with the marriage. The two main characters did not get together until close to the end of the book and he was still married. A good portion of the book was devoted to the H and the OW. That took away the romance for the two main characters.
Not a recommend. I really disliked the H.
True love is hard to find...she and Cole knew what they had once had...after that it's hard to settle for anything less!
The truth is that if it can be thought of or dreamed...it can be done by anyone willing to do the work so that one can have personal joy. Life changing idea!
Greed for money & power were apparent throughout this story & has been through many lives. This story could be the story of many. Truth or fiction, it's lived out every day in the lives of many. Unfortunately the "happily ever after" is not necessarily the norm.
A lot of "stuff" built into this book. Read & enjoy.