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Girl on Tour (Kylie Ryans Book 2) by [Quinn, Caisey]
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About the Author

Caisey Quinn lives in Birmingham, Alabama. She is the bestselling author of the Kylie Ryans series as well as several new adult and contemporary romance novels featuring southern girls finding love in unexpected places.

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  • File Size: 990 KB
  • Print Length: 208 pages
  • Publication Date: August 25, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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What do you do when the guy you love is broken and you can't fix him? This raw and gritty premise is one author Caisey Quinn explores with range and depth, not often found in New Adult fiction. It's a challenging tightrope to walk when it comes to penning a sequel, but her flawless execution delivers. There are scorching hot sex scenes and enough moments of girly fluff to satisfy the book's target audience, but what sets the novel apart is its honest assessment of alcoholism and the pitfalls of fame.

Quinn is a bit of insider when it comes to Nashville. She has connections in the world of country music and that level of authenticity shines through in her work. She brings the reader right into the seedy side of the industry - back room deals, shady record labels, unethical tour promotions. She yanks back the curtain, revealing the unglamorous world that exists behind the scenes. Her writing can be compared to the lyrics of a good country song, but set to prose. Both tell a story that's entertaining and true to life.

Trace, her leading man, is teetering on the brink. He has fallen in love with his 19-year-old girlfriend, but he doesn't have the guts to tell her. Kylie's a rising star, while he knows his career is on the way down. He suffers through an inferiority complex when it comes to their relationship. He thinks he'll never be good enough for her, so he turns to the bottle. Seeing how lonely he is, when Kylie's on the road for her own tour, shows how heartbreaking success can be. She's not there to hold his hand, and he slowly falls apart. He's not strong enough to endure their separation.

While the title is GIRL ON TOUR and a picture of Kylie graces the cover, I can't help but feel that this is Trace's story. He's the one the action pivots around.
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I love Kylie and Trace so much. Girl on Tour was even better for me than Girl with Guitar, and that's saying something because I loved Girl with Guitar. This book dives a little deeper into both Kylie and Trace's relationship and their individual personalities. In Girl with Guitar Kylie is a young, innocent, naïve girl and I definitely saw her grow in Girl on Tour, but with that growth came a lot of growing pains.

Kylie and Trace's relationship is new in Girl on Tour. The book shows them in that honeymoon "new" stage (the prologue is AMAZING), but it also shows them struggle with the newness of their relationship and the fact that they are both juggling demanding careers that seem to do nothing but pull them farther and farther away from each other. The love is there. No question about that. But relationships take work and when you don't have the time to do the work...relationships crumble. Especially, when you fall in love with an older, more experienced, flawed man that is fighting his own demons. For Trace, Kylie is his demon fighter, so when she's not there he fights the urge to fall into his old habits.

Kylie was still the strong character I loved in Girl with Guitar. That girl fights for what she believes in and who she loves. She shows a little bit of vulnerability in this book, because she loves Trace so desperately. We've all been there. She's always wanted her career, but Trace is a curveball for her. For once, she wants something (someone) more than she wants her long sought after dreams.

I was chatting online with Caisey Quinn about a celebrity couple that called it quits recently and her exact words to me were, "I feel bad for them, at the end of the day a career won't love you..." Girl in Love spoilers?
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In Girl with Guitar we're introduced to Kylie - just a small town girl (I won't do it, I won't quote Journey this time...ya'll are totally singing it tho, It's in your head mwahahahahahaha...oh hell "LIVING IN A LONELY WORLD!!!).

Grieving the death of her father, she packs up her life, moves to Nashville and through a stroke of luck ends up touring with country music star and resident bad boy Trace Corbin. Trace and Kylie don't get off to the best start or middle or pretty much end but through all the drama and emotion they find they can't live without each other and a new country music power couple is born!

When we meet them in Girl on Tour, Kylie is preparing to go out on tour with two other up and comer's - Lily, a Taylor Swift style cherub and Mia, a former American Idol winner with a chip on her shoulder and founder of the "I hate Kylie Ryans fan club". Trace is sitting in the Last Chance Saloon. His bad boy behaviour has finally caught up to him and his record company is giving him one more tour. If he screws this up - his career is over. The addition of Gretchen Gibson - Country Music's bad girl who's in a similar predicament puts a spanner in the works. Can you smell that? No not the whiskey...the DRAMA!

Despite the career troubles - Trace and Kylie are in a good place. Literally from page one of the prologue the chemistry sizzles more than a Summer time cook out. I love the passion that Trace and Kylie have for each other. Despite their age difference and relative experience you can tell it's a first time love groove for both of them. It's all encompassing and Quinn really makes the blood roar in your ears as you read about their "exploits".

For all the passion tho there's always the threat of heartbreak.
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