Friday, August 30, 2013

Blog Tour: Girl on Tour by Caisey Quinn

Girl on Tour, the highly anticipated sequel to Girl with Guitar, is AVAILABLE NOW!

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An up and comer trying to make a name for herself...

KYLIE never expected to be stuck on a tour bus with a pampered princess and her boyfriend’s ex.

A troubled artist struggling to hold onto his career...

TRACE thought he was finally getting to do things his way. Until the label added co-headliner Gretchen Gibson, the only person in country music with more issues than him, to his No Apologies tour.

Surrounded by tabloid rumors and people they can't trust, Kylie and Trace need each other more than ever. But the choices they make will change everything.

Because chasing your dreams and following your heart don’t always lead you to the same place…

Jennifer says...

5 Stars

Trace: “You came back to me. I thought…I didn’t think…I—“Kylie: “I’ll always come back.”

She was a junkie. A Trace Corbin addict. And damn proud of it.

I AM A TRACE CORBIN ADDICT.  I will never, ever get enough of this man. Yes, he has his share of problems, but the love he feels for Kylie is pure, “see inside your soul” love. The kind that brings you to your knees and melts you into a puddle.

Caisey Quinn had blown me away with Girl On Tour. Her writing is incredible and you fall in love with these characters all over again. She brings you right to Nashville and you have a front row seat to a spectacular show.

The follow up to Girl With Guitar is everything I hoped it would be. You know, the kind of book that will have you laughing, crying, and making wishes on stars for their dreams to come true. You feel the characters’ pain right along with them. We meet Lily and Mia, the girls on Kylie’s tour and they add much needed humor and a busload of drama. I loved these girls!!!

The journey of Kylie’s tour and separation from Trace is a bumpy one. They are trying to make their long distance relationship work, but face many challenges along the way. Rumors, lies, and lack of communication are only a small part of the evil plan of the universe to keep them apart.

“Don’t know who deals the cards that decide the hand we’re dealt…”

I wish I could give Trace and Kylie a better hand of cards. I read the warnings and I knew going into this book that it does not end with…”And they lived happily ever after.” It ends with your heart shattered and needing to be glued back together, much like real life. All I can say is they NEED their happily ever after. They belong together. I am holding my breath waiting for Caisey’s next book.

I’m playing on Caisey’s words:
Dull ache? Check
Sickening stomach-plummeting feeling? Check
Dizziness and nausea? Check
Beautiful, poetic words written like a country love song? Check

So please, Caisey Quinn, write Girl In Love FASTER!! I am hanging on by a thread waiting for the conclusion of this story.

He pulled out her chair and she sat, watching his every move as he made his way to his own seat. “I hope this is okay. This is the most private table they have.”

“It’s perfect.” She tried to breathe normally and ignore the strange feeling in her stomach.
Trace grinned, revealing the boyish dimples that framed his perfect mouth.

“They have the best steak here. Seriously. You better order one for yourself because you’re not getting any of mine.”

At that, she laughed and her nerves eased up a bit. “Oh, I bet you’d give me a bite if I asked nicely.”

He eyed her from over the top of his menu. “Do you ask for things nicely? I don’t think I’ve ever seen you do that before.”

With her stomach clenching from the heat in his stare, Kylie put her menu aside. “Maybe you’ve never had anything I wanted badly enough to ask nicely for.”
He raised a brow and opened his mouth to respond. But at that same moment, a waitress appeared and asked for their drink order. Kylie didn’t miss how flustered the girl became when she got an eyeful of Trace. It would’ve been irritating, but really, with the way he looked tonight, Kylie couldn’t blame her. She was still trying to get a handle on her own self.

When the waitress left, Trace leaned across the table. “Actually, I take that back. I’ve heard you ask nicely a time or two. Matter of fact, it bordered on begging. I think it went something like, ‘Oh God, yes, please. Trace, please.’”

Heat crawled over her skin at his imitation of her. Barely keeping the grin of embarrassment from her face, she shook her head. “You’re not right. What kind of thing is that to say to a girl on a first date?”
He grinned back, the promise of something dark gleaming in his eyes.

“Considering this date is going to end with that dress on my bedroom floor and your legs wrapped around my neck, I think it’s a perfectly acceptable thing to say.”
Good Lord. What was she going to do with this man? Oh yeah. Exactly what he’d just described.


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About the Author

Caisey Quinn lives in Birmingham, Alabama with her husband, daughter, and other assorted animals. She is the author of several New Adult Romance novels featuring country girls finding love in unexpected places. She is currently working on Girl in Love, the third and final book in the Kylie Ryans series. You can find her online at 

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1 comment:

  1. I am also a Trace Corbin addict, and need to read this now!! Great review!