Rising Star

  • by Terri Osburn
  • Narrated by Megan Tusing
  • 8 hrs and 13 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Can love survive the bright lights of fame?
A popular DJ at the hottest station in Nashville, Charley Layton is doing what she's always wanted to do: living in the heart of country music. Charley puts her career first and relationships second, but when a charismatic stranger in a black cowboy hat invites her back to his place, she decides to give herself one night of no-strings fun.
But Dylan Monroe isn't a no-strings kind of guy. Charley is beautiful, brainy, and brassy as hell - the kind of girl he's always wanted. When his record label books him an interview on Charley's show, he's determined to find out why he woke up alone, and when he can see her again.
With Dylan now the most eligible bachelor in country music, Charley doubts their fling stands a chance, but she's willing to try. Dylan dreams of fame, but he also craves a life offstage with Charley. Can he convince her that both of their dreams are worth chasing, and that love is still possible, even in the spotlight?


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Cowboys, Singing, & ................

Loved this book. You can’t beat a Book about a Cowboy whether he’s a rancher, hired hand, he’s into rodeos, or a singer. Whatever role he’s given, the Cowboy always wins. Cowboys are made from tough stock & hard work....... And when it comes to taking care of their family’s & loving their women, they know how to do it Right!!!!!!!!!

Can you say Respect???

when a Cowboy gets his woman alone, he knows exactly how she likes to be loved & all the right places she likes to be touched. Cowboys make sure their women are satisfied first. Because they know if they have totally satisfied their woman, then they’ll both be satisfied in the end. Cowboys aren’t left out either. Not only do they get to enjoy their women’s entire body as for-play, but in return they also get some really great for-play. when a Cowboy makes love to you, he uses all those wonderful, tan, muscles to move in all the right places.
So, you better hold on tight to your saddles ladies, because this is one book you don’t want to miss!!!!
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- S. Franklin

Oh Brother....(Mild Spoilers)

Sorry, but the whole thing where Dylan "couldn't get in touch with Charley" is soooooo rediculous.

He had her work number, but kept calling her after her shift (and he knew it was after her shift).

And then he even went on social media to view one of his friend's pages (on the friend's phone) to see what Charley could see since she was his friend on his page...............so WHY didn't he just shoot Charley a message and say, "Hey, this Dylan, just using my buddy's account to let you know my phone was stolen and I don't have your number memorized. Can you message me back with your number so I can call you?"
But nooooo....for some strange, really bizarre reason that doesn't occur to him.

And in this day and age does he really not have either her personal or work email address??? She's a radio personality....just go to the website and it usually has their work email or work contact info. He could have even called in to her radio show under the guise of wanting to request a certain song to be played.

Like come on, man. Dylan's a wuss who didn't even try.
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- Bex

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-12-2017
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio