When her favorite dream-streamer stops sharing his dreams, a rigid executive must help him dream again to win the contract of her life before her nightmares destroy her temper.
This is an interesting concept however, ‘must try everything…’ is very vague. You should tell us specifically she tries to do to get him to dream again or drop the line.
“When her favorite dream-streamer stops uploading, a cold executive must help him dream again to stop her nightmares and save her equilibrium.”
However, ‘save her equilibrium’ is not very compelling.
Does she have another goal? Does she have an important deal or client and may lose them if she doesn’t get a good nights sleep? Is her job is at stake and her whole world will come crashing down if she doesn’t get the dream streamer to stream again?
Because, that would be a bit more compelling
Hope that helped, good luck with this!
Everything Richiev said. The protagonist needs a clear cut, objective goal. And I am dubious that merely avoiding nightmares, recovering equilibrium makes the cut in terms of stakes big enough for an audience to care about, get emotionally invested in.
My other concern is that she fundamentally has the wrong goal. She wants to reconstitute a dependent relationship on the dreamstreamer when what she really needs to do is develop the strength to dare to dream her own dreams, to live her own dream (and waking) life independent of the dreamstreamer.
That said, it’s an interesting concept. But I think it would benefit from re-focusing.