In this second book of the Izzy's Pop Star Plan series, the final voting tallies on "International Pop Star Challenge" are finally revealed, and a media firestorm begins to rage.
Though a heavy audience favorite, Izzy Baxter loses by a mere 112 votes. Rumors have it that the sixteen-year-old was robbed of the title because of her faith. Everyone seems to be offering the teen legal advice, and many begin pressuring Izzy to demand a recount. After trying hard to hear God's voice in all the noise, she decides to leave the loss behind and focus on her fledgling music career.
Izzy is flooded with contract offers, but after agonizing over the myriad of choices, she finally decides to sign with "Pop Star" judge Giuseppe Rossi's Megatone Records. The talented teen is then whisked away to London to begin recording her first album. But even songs produced by a genius British producer feel empty for Izzy without incorporating her faith.
Needing to clear her head, Izzy takes a break from recording and heads to Uganda for a two-week mission trip with her youth group. While working at the Kisugu orphanage, Izzy's heart is broken and forever changed. On top of a lonely African hill, the young songwriter begins working on a new set of songs, and a new Pop Star Plan is born.