“Oh please stay for another drink with me. I insist that you do. And please call me Robert.”
“Okay Robert, I guess I could stay for a drink, but not here. It’s too packed and noisy. I know of a better place. It is not too far from here, just a few blocks. We can walk.”
Twenty minutes later they were sitting in a quiet booth in an upscale restaurant sipping a glass of wine when Best clinked her glass and said: “Here’s to your very talented daughter and Vasallus.”
“Talented maybe, but not so popular among some circles.”
“Oh, is that so? I can’t imagine anyone who wouldn’t love your daughter’s talent.”
“It seems that the government has taken notice of the success of Vasallus and the impact they are having on our youth. You’d better be careful Robert, they are taking a close look at the band. They are talking about censorship.”
“That is impossible! The government is a complete band of idiots, I swear. Finally a superstar band that sings about hope and courage and everything good for our young people and the government has a problem with that and yet it lets all the garbage fill the airwaves? Unbelievable.”
**This is an excerpt from the third book in the Superstars Trilogy. Get your copy at Amazon!