Riding the Waves

In this sequel, Riding the Waves revisits Connie and Dean, their family, and friends Connie Morris has retired from the music industry She s been enjoying the fruits of her labor until her daughter, Tracey decides to write a tell all book that could ruin Connie s legacy, and destroy the family forever Not only does the book reveal family secrets, but Tracey exposes herIn this sequel, Riding the Waves revisits Connie and Dean, their family, and friends Connie Morris has retired from the music industry She s been enjoying the fruits of her labor until her daughter, Tracey decides to write a tell all book that could ruin Connie s legacy, and destroy the family forever Not only does the book reveal family secrets, but Tracey exposes her friends and former lovers When Tracey s ex boyfriends decide to seek revenge, everything starts to spiral downhill Tracey could lose it all, including her husband, son, and younger brother With millions being offered to Tracey, she must decide if her dream of fame and fortune is really worth sacrificing the love of her family.
Riding the Waves In this sequel Riding the Waves revisits Connie and Dean their family and friends Connie Morris has retired from the music industry She s been enjoying the fruits of her labor until her daughter T

  • Title: Riding the Waves
  • Author: Selena Haskins
  • ISBN: 0985909625
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Riding the Waves”

    1. "Riding the Waves: The Price of Fame and Fortune" by Selena Haskins is a thoughtful and deep novel that - as the title so rightfully announces - takes a good look at the desire and cost of fame.In the first part of the book several characters of the book are shown reading and internally commenting on a 'tell-all' book by Tracey, who exposes just a little too much for most people's liking about her - and via that also their - private life/ lives.I found this change of perception a great way of in [...]

    2. “Riding the Waves: The Price of Fame and Fortune” by Selena Haskins had me intrigued from page one. I immediately fell in love with the initial characters, Connie and Dean, and had no expectation of where the story was going to take me. Let’s just say I was pleasantly surprised. Oh – and let me just interrupt myself to mention that I didn’t even realize that this Book was a sequel until I had started it! But it’s a great stand-alone. I didn’t feel lost or confused at all. In the be [...]

    3. Selena Haskins continues the story of the main family from A River Moves Forward. Riding the Waves focuses on the next generation where the story centers on Connie’s daughter, Tracey- a rising star. Selena uses brave writing techniques as the story is told through Tracey’s tell- all book and shows how it impacts those around her. Many are not happy with what she has shared. Selena also uses real movies from certain eras as Tracey’s acting career takes off which was another bold writing tec [...]

    4. Selena Haskins deserves 10 stars for this book. Why? She has taken the time to write a book that takes you into real life and keeps you captivated as you read each page. This author knows how to develop her book characters in such a way that we can all relate to and at the same time wonder what is going to happen next. Hats off to an author that has followed her dream of writing and I continue to marvel at each of her books that I read. I won't give out the plot of this book - so you have to rea [...]

    5. In Riding the Waves, Author Selena Haskins shares another installment of the Morris family saga. This time, the release of a tell-all book finds the family in the midst of several waves of turmoil and drama as the truth unfolds and half-truths are revealed. This aptly titled book demonstrates that there is truly a price of fame and fortune. Lovers of high drama and pop culture will enjoy this novel.Adrienne ThompsonAuthor of the Been So Long Series

    6. Very good story. I slipped on not knowing that there was another book before this one. None-the-less, I enjoyed the storyline. Racy came a long way from her beginnings. The drama that was told really connected with me. The story was well written and it flowed well even though I felt that the story was too long. Over all this was a very good story. Must go back and read the others.

    7. Riding the WavexI loved the continuation from the previous book. Finding out what happened to Connie, Dean, Tracey and the rest of the characters both old and new was satisfying. I wasn't sure how I felt about the book being a story within a story but it worked out well. I'm wondering if there's another book in the series.

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