We're getting excited about the release of the
Kylie Ryans Box Set by Caisey Quinn!
Check out the excerpt and teaser below!
Genre: NA Contemporary Romance
Release Date: February 12, 2015
Box Set Designed by: Sarah Hansen of Okay Creations
Girl with Guitar
Girl on Tour
Girl in Love* (Deluxe Extended Edition previously only available in paperback)
Includes sneak peeks of the spin off novellas Lost in Lyrics (Steven and Mia), and Song of My Heart: The Gretchen Gibson story. And a bonus sneak peek of Leaving Amarillo, book one in the Neon Dreams series coming in March from Avon/William Morrow.
Kylie Ryans has the perfect mix of talent, strength, vulnerability, and chutzpah. An unputdownable read." -E.M. Tippetts, bestselling author of the Fairytale series
"A refreshing heroine and a great story you'll hate to put down!" - Jen McLaughlin, NYT Bestselling author of the Out of Line series
"What an incredible journey. I'm happy and sad to see this series end, but it does so perfectly!" - NYT Bestselling Author Heidi McLaughlin
"The perfect blend of sass, wit, and poignant relatability, Kylie and Trace will have you cheering, grinning, and squirming until you reach the satisfying ending."
- Rachel Harris, NYT Bestselling Author
She paced alongside the back of the barn with her friend trailing behind. “I can’t be here, Mia. It’s like torture. You don’t understand.” She shook her head and put her hands on her knees. She took a few deep breaths, thankful that she’d been able to send Rae to get her something to drink before she broke down. “Seeing him is hard enough. Seeing him here…oh God. Seeing him with her here, I won’t live through that. I won’t.”
“You will. I promise you will. Relax, Oklahoma. Sing your one song and we can blow this joint. I can probably get you an actual joint if you want one.”
Kylie laughed quietly. “Thanks. I appreciate that.”
“Seriously, do you want another drink? There’s a flask in my purse in the car. I’d be happy to spike your Coke.”
It was tempting. Kylie sighed and leaned against the barn. Remembering she had on a sheer top that would probably tear right open if she caught it on a piece of the splintered wood, she stood abruptly. “I’m okay. You’re right. Like my daddy used to say, never let ‘em see you cry, right? I’m a big girl. I can do this.”
Mia grinned. “Atta girl, Oklahoma. So what song are you going to sing?”
At that, Kylie’s eyes went wide. “Oh sweet Jesus.”
“That a new one?” Mia’s eyes darted in every direction as she tried to figure out what Kylie might be seeing that upset her. “What’s wrong?”
“I can’t sing any of my songs.” She shook her head and closed her eyes briefly.
Her friend scrunched her brow in confusion. “Um, oh-kay. Why not?”
Panic radiated from Kylie’s gaze as she answered so low Mia could barely hear her. “ ‘Cause they’re all about him.”
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