Last Train For Paris by Ebony Garris

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Set in contemporary New York City in the heart of one of the largest record labels to touch ground Golden Boy Records, a naive young girl finds herself putting it all on the line to make her dreams a reality. Eighteen year old Paris was born and raised in the windy city of Chicago and has been on her own since losing her grandmother suddenly to a heart attack. With no one to turn to she’s forced to strip in order to pay the bills. An aspiring singer whose career is put to a halt in order to keep her head above water Paris dreams of one day becoming a star. It isn’t until she catches the eye of Hip Hop mogul Miles Crawford one night during work that her life turns around. Miles sweeps Paris into the world of entertainment taking her on as his protégé and temporary arm piece. As Paris’ life takes a drastic change and the industry proves itself to be too much for her to handle she starts to see the true intentions of those she once trusted. Paris must figure out what’s more important in her life fame or owning her true self. Leaving her to answer the question what’s the true price of fame?
 

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Published July 4, 2011 by Dynasty Publishing. 154 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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