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Publisher's Summary

Ten years ago, the Sassy Cats were at the top of the charts until Callie Smalls walked away to pursue her career in fashion and television. The other four members - Angie, Tabitha, Mandy, and Daphne - were left to fend for themselves and continue on with their lives.
That is, until the day when Callie decides to book a gig for the group at a major music festival, without talking to her former band mates. Scattered across the country, at different points in life, can they rekindle the magic in the music?
A soccer mom whose husband doesn't know about her past. A fading star, sacrificing all to stay in the spotlight just one second more. A party girl, challenged with her most important role yet. A tiger mom, fighting for her son. A desperate woman, unhappy and alone.
A lot can change in the course of a decade. Will it be harmony or hatred for the Sassy Cats?
©2017 Kathryn R. Biel (P)2017 Kathryn R. Biel
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5 out of 5 stars
By Anita M. Sacrey on 01-12-18

Performance was awesome!

This was a great story with a great narration. The narrator had different inflections for the voice of each character so that, when all five women are together, you can tell which one is speaking. For Callie, it was a snobby/bitchy voice. For Tabitha, valley girl. For Daphne, precise and calculating. For Angie, underconfidence. Mandy was just the voice of the narrator herself, so I assume this is the character she most identified with.

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