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Kylie is trying to manage her career and live her life, without Trace in it. It was hard to watch her struggle. And, despite the show she tried to put on to the outside world, she was struggling. She was hurt. I can't blame her. She didn't always react in the best way, but she's young and it's hard to get your heart broken.
Trace wasn't having any easier of a time. He's out of rehab and trying to build a career comeback. He also wants to right the wrongs he made with Kylie. It's so obvious he still loves her, but they were both so hurt I wasn't sure they'd ever be able to set things right, especially when there were games being played and certain secondary characters causing additional strife.
I loved watching these two come together the first time. It broke my heart when they were apart, but somehow watching them work their way back together made it all better. Each of these characters grew so much from when we first met them. They battled their demons and found a way through it all and became far stronger on the other side.
Girl in Love didn't disappoint. In fact, it was everything I wanted and more. It might've been a bumpy and emotional ride, but I'm sorry it's over because that means giving up Kylie and Trace. I definitely finished this one with a huge smile on my face and a tear (or two) in my eyes. It was a wonderful end to a series I enjoyed so very much.
"The memory of Kylie Ryans had become a ghost that haunted his house. And his dreams."
I'm feeling happy and sad at the same time. I don't want to say goodbye to Kylie and Trace, but I'm so, so, so happy with how their story panned out! If you were a little perturbed with how Girl on Tour ended, don't worry because Caisey Quinn will make it up to you once you read this. Just like the other two books in the series, Girl in Love was emotional, lyrical, passionate, and fun all at the same time. Caisey Quinn can break and mend my heart with her words in the best way. This series tops my favorites list (I've admittedly read the first two books multiple times). Needless to say, I can't recommend it highly enough.
Be prepared because Kylie and Trace have a lot of growing and learning to do before they can actually be together this time around. This book is very much about their push-and-pull battle between themselves and each other. I was worried about them the whole time because they suffered through some serious misunderstandings and heartbreak. They could only deny their heart of what it wanted for so long though. Trust me when I say to hang on! It's worth the bumpy ride.
"She was bourbon and intoxication and freedom from everything that had every held him captive all rolled into one."
I was really impressed with how fluidly both characters evolved from the beginning to the end of the series. Their feelings, problems, and reactions were so realistic, and I think that added intensity to all the "feels" that were going on. Kylie is one stubborn gal. She felt Trace's betrayal down to her bones and reached her breaking point. She had already been through so much before she met him that she just couldn't handle anymore heartache. She's a little firecracker though so she finds the strength to move on... without Trace. For most of the book, she's unsure about whether or not being with Trace is an option or even a road that she wants to go down. Trace is... well... he's just dreamy. But I'm determined not to give anything away, so I'm cutting this off here.
"The world wants fun and shiny and new. But I save my best of me for when I'm alone with you."
I truly adored this series and think it's one of the best out there! Too often series start out good and fall a little flat at the end. I'm thrilled to say that this isn't one of those series. It's a solid story all the way through. I plan on holding Kylie & Trace near and dear to my heart for a long time to come and wouldn't mind seeing them in a spinoff novel (*whispers* I love Steven)! *crosses fingers* Just....AHHHH!! It was so worth the wait. When you have love, you have it all.Mark my words, Caisey Quinn is headed for author stardom ;)
Kylie has is now a superstar in her own right, but something is missing from her life. That something is Trace Corbin. It has been almost a year since he left her and she is struggling day by day. Certain events happen that force our two beloved characters to finally come back together and deal with each other. However, time apart has changed both of them and hurt feelings stand in the way. There are a lot of things converging to keep these two apart, but their main struggle is the jealousy and a lack of trust on both sides. Kylie is jealous of Gretchen and Trace is jealous of Stephen. Basically the majority of the book Kylie has her head up her butt believing that Trace no longer loves her. This kind of bugged me/got really annoying because EVERYONE could see how much they both still cared for each other. It wasn’t just a misunderstanding, but a glaring neon country-music-done-broke-my-heart kind of obvious. The Kylie and Trace not acknowledging their love story line was frustrating and after ¾ of the book went by it became monotonous. I was ready for them to be with other people. Speaking of other people…I loved Stephen in this book. He became someone I cared about, wanted to find a happy ending, and generally was more interesting than our main characters. Rae also shined through and I would love to see a book about her or Stephen. Finally, in the last half of the book the story picks up and introduces new life by way of Trace’s sisters, Kylie’s evil step-monster, and the drama with the record label caused by all of their personal drama. Once all of that was over I was one happy reader. The best part of the book by far was the epilogue. I loved getting to see how everyone’s lives turned out several years in the future. By the end of the book I was thrilled with how everything ended and exhausted by the nonstop drama at the same time. All in all I loved this series and would most definitely pick up a companion series if there ever was one (fingers crossed). I give this book a 3 STAR rating.
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