Crown of Dreams
Riley Halterfield is a shy teenager, scared to take risks and push outside of her comfort zone. However, when her two best friends Ashley and Brenda challenge Riley to enter a beauty pageant sponsored by What Not to Wear, their favorite TV show, Riley's life is turned upside down. Suddenly she is in the spotlight, a place she fears, and all eyes are on her as she prepares to strut her stuff For The first round of pageant auditions. When she is separated from Ashley and Brenda at the auditions, Riley panics and doubts herself and her abilities until help comes from an unlikely source—a new friend. Rachel Trenton's one dream is to win a pageant before cancer takes her life. After losing several years in a row, she is back, and more determined than ever to win. She is closed off and hesitant to trust others until she meets Riley. Even though they're in competition, Riley and Rachel hit it off, but will their friendship be threatened by Rachel's cancer, or Rachel's charming and attractive brother, Randy? Join new author Audra Kriauciunas in Crown of Dreams—a coming of age tale about the role friendships play in achieving your dreams.
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