Even while still at high school Carrie has begun a brilliant and exciting dancing career, but along with petty bullying and outright abuse from jealous friends, as well as another two years of college studies, her bright future means an impossibly long separation from the only man she will ever love.
Eighteen year old Daniel has walked to school with Carrie for as long as he can remember, but now he is living the dream after winning a sports scholarship in America. He will be gone for three long years. With his home life in tatters he assumed leaving everything behind would be easy but he suddenly realizes that it's going to be far more difficult than he thought.
With Carrie dancing her way around Europe for a leading pop star and Daniel taking the American football league by storm, their lives appear so far apart that ever being together again seems unlikely.
Add in the objections and prejudices of Carrie's over protective father, the outright flirting of a variety of fabulously attractive models and Daniel giving Carrie the silent treatment, their relationship has ground to a halt before it even had time to begin.
Will Carrie wait the three years for Daniel to come home, even though he has given no indication that they will ever be more than friends, or will the attractions of bright lights, money and fame be too hard for both of them to resist?
Perhaps it would have helped their relationship if they had plucked up the courage to tell one another how they felt in the first place.
This is a light romance and an easy read suitable for teenagers and above.