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Chasing the Dream: Dream Series, Book 3 by [Peterson, Isabelle]
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Length: 350 pages Word Wise: Enabled Language: English

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Phoebe Fairchild didn’t have a great first year of college. In fact, it stunk! She realized she’d chosen a major, physics, that didn’t suit her. And worse than that, a boyfriend who was a first-class jerk.

When she visited her mother in New York for Spring Break, Phoebe decided that a transfer to a new university, a thousand miles from her current one, and a new major were definitely in order. With a little assistance from her mother’s friend, Jack Stevens, Phoebe worked a transfer to NYU and better still, an internship at a major TV network.

Phoebe moved into her mother’s old apartment, made a new friend, and figured out the Big Apple. But one of her biggest challenge was to be her internship assignment. Working in Public Relations, she had just gotten comfortable with the daily routine when she’s suddenly assigned to be the Personal Assistant to mega star, Chase Smythe. Since she was nine years old, Phoebe had been starry-eyed for the blond haired, blue eyed actor. Her room had been practically wallpapered in Chase Smythe pullouts from the teen magazines.

But Chase Smythe wasn’t the charming, sexy actor on TV and in the movies he starred in. He was still as good looking as ever, but seemed that over the years, stardom had jaded him. In real life, Chase was full of himself, lazy and left a path of destruction in his wake that had been well concealed by his former ‘handlers.’ Now it was Phoebe’s job to rein him in.

Nonetheless, there is a spark. Phoebe was warned to not cave into his charms, as fake as they are, but there’s more than just his charm. There’s chemistry. Is it real? Or is it an act? Will Chase let Phoebe in to see the real person, not the just TV personality? Did she even stand a chance with him? Especially as she faced new challenges herself? Or was being with Chase just a dream?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1293 KB
  • Print Length: 350 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1500715263
  • Publisher: Isabelle Peterson; 1 edition (16 July 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00LVJ863C
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #243,510 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Book Yet!!! 18 July 2014
By Brittany - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Phoebe Fairchild is going through a break-up. Her ex-boyfriend is a total jerk face. I would say more really bad things about him, but Amazon doesn’t allow bad words in their reviews. Just know he’s pretty bad. And I hate him.
Anyways. Phoebe decides to transfer to NYU and accept an internship at NBC. She takes over her mother’s old apartment in New York City, excited to live on her own. You can learn more about Elizabeth Fairchild in book one, Ditching the Dream.
When her job suddenly takes an unexpected turn, she ends up as Chase Smythe’s personal assistant. Chase Smythe is a television and movie star, a twenty-something heart-throb. He has a reputation as a playboy and drunk.
After Phoebe makes a pact with herself that she will stay single all summer, she tries her hardest to resist the charm of Chase. Soon it gets hard, and she lets herself fall. But he’s an actor. She can’t decide if what he says to her is just a line or not.
I want to say so much more about what happened in this book, but I’m afraid of spoiling it. There is so much more than what I gave you. This is probably the best book in the Dream series, the best book that Isabelle has written. That is my opinion and may be because the first two books revolved around older characters, and Phoebe is nineteen, the same age as me. I could really relate to her.
Isabelle did an amazing job with this book! I could really feel the emotion and the chemistry between these two. With the small snippets of Chase’s point of view at the end of most chapters, I felt that I could really feel each of them.
Isabelle is also very good with details. She describes the city beautifully. She describes the country perfectly. She can write really well. The way she can write so that the reader feels what she wants them to, is a wonderful gift for a writer to have.
There is a traditional problem in this book that Phoebe faces. I can’t give you details. But her solution isn’t the traditional answer, which I like. I am so tired of reading the same thing over and over again and it ending the same way all the time. It’s refreshing and I like that.
I also really loved seeing the two characters evolve over the course of the story. Yes, characters always change in books, well most of the time. But these two underwent a major transformation. They both grew up and handled things like adults. It took Phoebe a little while, though. You can’t blame her, she’s only nineteen.
Five stars for Chasing the Dream, book three in the Dream series. I will stand by my opinion that this is Isabelle’s best book yet. I know you should take a chance on this one and fall in love! I know everybody loved books one and two because of the character’s ages; they weren’t the typical new adults you always read about. I know this is about a new adult, but this isn’t your typical story. Read it! You won’t regret it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Isabelle has done a beautiful job with the characters 18 July 2014
By Vanessa Schafer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
In Ditching the Dream, you meet Elizabeth (Beth), and get to watch her figure out who she really is, and who she wants to be, besides
a wife and a mother of 3. This is where she meets Kevin, and Jack. In Not in My Wildest Dreams, it's Jack's story, and get a little more of Beth in it.
In Chasing the Dream, you get to see Phoebe's side of things (Beth's daughter, whom we met in Ditching the Dream). She gets an intern job, and ends up meeting an actor named Chase. In this book you get to see her story unfold, and get to see the blossoming romance between her and Chase.

In each of these books, Isabelle has done a beautiful job with the characters, and each one appears in the each of the books, in some fashion. In Ditching the Dream, it's Beth's story, and the changes she goes through, in figuring out who she really is/wants to be. You also meet Kevin, and Jack, and Phoebe. In Not in My Wildest Dreams, it's Jack's story. It tells of what his life was like growing up, and how he got to where he is now. It also deals with Beth's choice to try to make her marriage work, and to finally take the step she needs, to live the life she deserves.

In Chasing the Dream, it's about Phoebe, and her choices, and also her budding romance with Chase. You also get Beth and Jack, and Kevin in this book, as well as a brief time with her Dad.

All three are phenomenal books, and I would recommend reading them all. Isabelle Peterson is amazing. I can't wait to see what happens in the next book in this series.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Perfect!!! 26 July 2014
By Rocki Reads - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Phoebe Fairchild is going through a break-up. Her ex-boyfriend is a total twat.

Phoebe decides to transfer to NYU and accept an internship at NBC. She takes over her mother’s old apartment in New York City, excited to live on her own. After her break up she vows to remain single all summer. (learn more about Elizabeth Fairchild in book one, Ditching the Dream) Pheobe's job takes a different turn when she ends up as Chase Smyth's assistant. You see Chase Smythe is a television and movie star with a reputation as a playboy and drunk.

I loved how Isabelle told this story, I loved getting to see Kevin, and of course Jack & Beth. Greg was there too, but, I don't like him.

I would love to tell you more, but, you really need to read this book. I was nervous about it, I didn't want it to be another book about co-ed type people, and, luckily it was but it wasn't. They were given real problems, real issues to deal with and in the end it left me wanting so much more. I wasn't ready for their story to end, and, I hope that another book comes out that shows us their happily ever after.. Hint! Hint!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful story, great characters 11 August 2014
By Princess - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Beautiful story, great characters. The change Phoebe inspires in Chase is so romantic. I like that they didn't play games, no trying to make the other jealous, etc. It was a straight forward story that dealt with a real life situation in a mature, realistic way. Isabelle Peterson's characters are always relatable and wonderfully sweet.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I loved Ditching the Dream and Not In My Wildest Dreams 18 July 2014
By Stephanie Sanders - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Isabelle out did herself with this one! I loved Ditching the Dream and Not In My Wildest Dreams, but Chasing the Dream is my FAVORITE!! We met Phoebe in Ditching the Dream, she was Elizabeth's daughter, and now we get to see what happens when she moves to NY. She moves into the apartment that Elizabeth stayed in so we get more of Kevin, and even a glimpse into what his book might be about, and since her mom is Elizabeth we get more Jack too! YAY!!!! This can be read as a stand alone, but if you have read the first two there will be things that stick out that would not if you have not read them. Phoebe is 19, but she is a strong and independent character. She wants to stand on her own two feet and not have to rely on anyone. This doesn't mean she can't fall in love. She becomes the PA of actor Chase Smythe, who she has liked since she was a child. Chase sees Phoebe as a challenge at first, but as they continue to work together he starts to have feelings for her and even though they scare him, his walls start to come down. He makes some mistakes and Phoebe has to decide if he is playing her or really has feelings for her. I could not put this book down and was still thinking about it when I had to pull myself away from it!

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