By Sarah Eads
The music industry is changing the way it signs new talent. With reality TV shows making young wannabes famous by public opinion, the established talent is struggling to cultivate a younger fan base while keeping their own careers viable.
Chudamani Amoretto, is a popular fifty-something year old entertainer in the Italian music industry. He struggles to appease the demands of his record label while battling the questions that arise caused by a two-year absence from performing. In this fast-paced industry, his record label believes there’s more to what he is telling them.
Enter Danielle Bennet, a young American translator whose colorful wardrobe compensates for her melancholy past. The record label assigns Danielle to Chudamani as his personal translator and teacher of all things American. But feeling the push back from the stubborn entertainer, she must devise a plan to gain his trust. What they realize is that what they see in each other may not be all that different from the battles each is facing internally. The hardships that come with loss always compensate with a light at the end of the tunnel. With the help of friends, family--and each other--they discover the hope of reviving sunshine in their lives.
Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: Beacon Publishing Group
Category: Fiction | General