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Girl in Love

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2014

    Really enjoyed this series...this is #3

    Was a bit anxious the way it started...wasn't sure I wanted to continue...but...went ahead and it was great...the epilog part very well done...loved this author a lot and plan on looking into the next series she has...

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  • Posted February 17, 2014

    4.5 stars We start where Girl on Tour finished. Kylie is heart

    4.5 stars

    We start where Girl on Tour finished. Kylie is heartbroken over Trace walking away, but she was beginning to pick up the pieces at least to the outside world. With hit singles and awards under her belt Kylie Ryans is in demand. The music and the media attention that comes with it acts as both a diversion and hinderance. A diversion to stop thinking about Trace’s new reported relationship with Gretchen so she pushes herself to work long days and a hinderance in that he is tied musically to everything she does; he is in the audience at an awards ceremony she is performing at, a charity concert he is involved with and of course months on the tour bus that their record label push her to do with him. Both pretend not to be bothered by the other until Trace cannot take it anymore and starts fighting to her despite the imaginary competition he thinks he has with a guitarist for her affections.

    Caisey’s writing pulls you into both of their heads effortlessly, you can feel what they feel, see what they see, The development of the character’s transition at the beginning of the series through to the end of this one has been pretty flawless. A bittersweet tale of people falling in love, dealing with their past, being forced apart by addiction and then fighting tooth and nail to make it back despite all the hurt and misunderstandings.

    *arc kindly provided by author for an honest review*

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