Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Review: Dream Chaser

Published November 14th 2011 by Angie Stanton
ISBN13: 2940014642071
edition language: English 
 Willow Thomas has a bad habit of running away from things that scare
her. And most recently, she quit her high school cheerleading squad
after a terrifying fall. With time on her hands, she auditions for a
musical production directed by a Broadway choreographer. Just as
things are looking up, Willow discovers she will be performing
opposite Eli McAvoy, the best friend she abandoned three years
before. To make matters worse, the kids in the musical hate her, her
singing sucks, and her dog is sick. Eli has grown up during their
years apart and now possesses confidence and good looks, as well as a
giant chip on his shoulder. He is in no hurry to play nice with
Willow, but their entwined roles in the musical lead to entwined
bodies in the backseat of his car. Just when Willow finally has her
life under control, another surprise is delivered in the form of her
greatest challenge yet. Will she run or finally stand and face her
fears? And will Eli be there to help or turn his back on her for

 *Author Provided a free copy in exchange for an honest review*

How. Friggin. Adorable.

This is hands down one of my new favorite contemporaries!

“One never forgets their true calling, no matter how far they run”

After a terrifying fall, one girl does all she knows how to do. Run. Run away from her fear, her disaster, and immerse herself in something new. Which just happens to be dancing, something that she ran from years ago when her friend decided he wanted to be more than friends and shocked her.
I love how this book was written. The flow was incredible and the emotions!! GAH!!! I loved this soooo much. And hello! Perfect book boyfriend :3

“Jealousy is such a useless emotion.” 

Been needing one of those of late.
The chemistry! The director! The (horrible) best friend whom I have no idea she is still trying to be friends with her! The conquering of the fear of heights! The lights!
Did I mention I'm in love with this book
(me to book) Marry me? (The book said yes....so did Eli)
 I don't really know how to describe it (in case you can't tell) It was just a strange kinda of messed up perfection. It was about mending and finding who you are and becoming you. It was about learning to love and learning to trust. Dream Chaser made you want to dance.

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