Beth didn't think that the song she posted on YouTube would be noticed by more than a few classmates at Clinton High. She was wrong. Harmon Holt noticed, and now she's an intern at his Bonified Records company--a label with a reputation for megahits. Can she help the label's number one star find her voice--even if that voice isn't what the executives want?
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About the Author
Danielle Paige is a graduate of Columbia University and the author of the New York Times bestselling Dorothy Must Die series. Before turning to young adult literature, she worked in the television industry, where she received a Writers Guild of America Award and was nominated for several Daytime Emmys. She currently lives in New York City.
"Harmon Holt, the same billionaire benefactor who gave Latrell his dream internship in Patrick Jones and Brent Chartier's The Franchise (2013), extends a similar chance in the music industry to Beth, a shy singer he spotted on YouTube. Soon, on Holt's dime, she jets off to New York, where she interns at Bonified Records under its prickly, impatient CEO, J. T. Lane, and his cute, encouraging assistant, Malik. On her first day, she is tasked with calming down Pippa, a Lady Gaga-Rihanna hybrid pop icon who is Bonified's top artist. Soon the two hit it off and begin songwriting together in a style far more heartfelt than Pippa's previous work. Beth has a tough choice to make: should she keep the pop star 'on brand' or help her find her true voice? Aimed at reluctant readers, with short chapters and snappy dialogue, this entry in The Opportunity series continues the brand by providing an entertaining, charming, and thoughtful peek into a field many creative types aspire to enter." --Booklist-- (12/1/2013 12:00:00 AM)