It’s finally here . . .
the much-anticipated sequel to
See You Soon Broadway! Maris is back!
Title: See You Later Broadway
Series: Broadway Series
Author: Melissa Baldwin
Release Date: April 5th, 2017
Genre: Chick Lit
Decisions, decisions, decisions . . .
Maris Forrester’s exciting new life is not everything she was hoping it would be. Although she’s happy in her new career, she’s plagued with the feeling that something is still missing. Imagine her surprise when an old friend presents her with an unbelievable opportunity that could change everything. This new career sounds almost too good to be true, including the upcoming trip to London. She quickly learns that even the most perfect scenarios have their drawbacks, and when something sounds too good to be true, it usually is . . .
In addition to making a life-changing career choice, Maris realizes she has other decisions to make—whom to love and where to find happiness. What if neither is what she thought they should be?
Maris and her dreams are back in the second book of the Broadway Series. Maris wears her heart on her sleeve as she follows her singing path to New York City.
This is a character driven story and the characters are all wonderful. Maris has a new roommate, and still depends on her sister and best friend for support. I liked that she had a strong connection with her grandmother.
Maris approaches her love life with openness and possibility. In this book, she ponders her two boyfriends from the past, and a new love interest, Zack. Zack
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