Holly Would Dream

  • by Karen Quinn
  • Narrated by Khristine Hvam
  • 10 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Holly Ross often wishes she lived in a simpler time, when the clothes were glamorous, the men debonair, and the endings happy.
That said, her career as a fashion historian isn't so bad. With both a wedding and a big promotion coming up, her own happily ever after seems assured. So how, in the space of one day, does it all go wrong? How does she end up homeless, jobless, penniless, and fiancé-less? Why is she cruising the Mediterranean in hot pursuit of real-estate tycoon Denis King? And why, for heaven's sake, is she chasing down a suitcase full of stolen Audrey Hepburn gowns?
With the sparkling Mediterranean and the eternal city of Rome as the backdrops, Holly's adventures begin to resemble one of the 1950s Hollywood gems she so adores. Finally she must choose between her long-held fairy tale fantasy and a new, real-life dream with an ending she couldn't possibly imagine.


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Customer Reviews

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Enough already.. No place for political jibes!

Like we don't have enough liberal b.s. to contend with in our everyday lives! The last place I want to hear the liberal point of view, more importantly, conservative digs, is in my chicklit, romance, and romantic mystery/thriller world of audiobooks. Save it for the lame stream media. Maybe I'm just over sensitive right now, due to the sad state of the economy, the constant threat of terrorism, and the complete lack of leadership in America. However, losing myself in a good romance, or mystery can really do the trick keeping my spirits up! To be fair, it goes for ALL the political rhetoric, that is so shamelessly shoved down our throats, everyday. My husband watches to Fox news constantly. Although, I tend to agree with their views, enough already! I don't want to hear anymore! Some may say, "Where exactly, in this book, is political b.s.?" It's not obvious, nor is it readily throughout the entire book. I just dont want to hear it at all! The story actually started out kind of cute, and the narration was above average. I just don't want to listen to anything with judgmental liberal undertones. If nothing else, think about it, in these terms. Listening to audiobooks is not the most inexpensive form of entertainment. If I were an author, in this genre. I'd adventure to create a work that is as engaging, to as many possible. This can be accomplished without sacrificing ones individuaI convictions. I would avoid the gratuitous slights, especially those that may offend the very people that can now, and will continue to purchase my efforts. I'm just saying....
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- Susan

Sweet, enjoyable

Sweet book, enjoyable 'light' listen. Cant say I couldn't turn it off. Was a bit predictable.
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- Truth

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-09-2010
  • Publisher: Audible Studios