Title: Girl in Love (Kylie Ryans, #3)
Author: Caisey Quinn
Published: February 4th 2014
Date Read: February 6th 2014
Rating: 4 stars
She’s living her dream…
Kylie Ryans is the biggest thing to come out of Nashville since, well, since Trace Corbin. With a hit album and a powerful label behind her, she appears to be the girl who has it all.
But appearances can be deceiving.
Fresh out of rehab, Trace Corbin is ready to take on the world. Just not the girl he walked away from. Because if there’s one thing he knows for certain, it’s that the people you love are the ones who have the power to destroy you.
As their worlds collide, they’ll have to make the ultimate choice. Follow their dreams, or give it all up for love.
They say love conquers all, but for Kylie and Trace, it just might wreck everything they’ve worked for.
After getting thru the rough part of this series – namely Girl On Tour (Book 2) – which I think the most crucial one. I can’t get enough words to muster my excitement and anticipation on how Kylie Lou and Trace’s story will end.
From the small town girl dreaming to be successful with her music to the country artist that she is now, Kylie definitely reached her top. She was determined, head strong, had that fire in her eyes and in her music and she always listened to her heart; But that girl that we see on the first two books disappears here. She lives a very cautious and safe life. She’s living robotically and diving her self into too much work trying to move on from the loss of her love.
Trace on the other hand is walking a very thin line with his label and his career especially after his sting in rehab for his alcoholic addiction.
They were thrown again together for a once in a lifetime tour that could make it or break it their careers.
I find myself struggling in reading this third book – Girl In Love. Why? The beginning was very gloomy and sad. I find myself holding my breath and clutching my kindle as I wait on how Kylie and Trace would make their moves with one another. This book brings a lot of things together. Not only Kylie and Trace but several characters that are friends and enemies; I love that there is a mix of secret affairs, family emergencies, concert and of course the music.
The author definitely did a good job in creating long lasting impression to its characters with their realistic situations. I would surely miss the tour, music and the hype. It was a very god ending for a good series.