Open Road Summer
After breaking up with her bad-news boyfriend, Reagan O’Neill is ready to leave her rebellious ways behind. . . and her best friend, country superstar Lilah Montgomery, is nursing a broken heart of her own. Fortunately, Lilah’s 24-city tour is about to kick off, offering a perfect opportunity... show more
After breaking up with her bad-news boyfriend, Reagan O’Neill is ready to leave her rebellious ways behind. . . and her best friend, country superstar Lilah Montgomery, is nursing a broken heart of her own. Fortunately, Lilah’s 24-city tour is about to kick off, offering a perfect opportunity for a girls-only summer of break-up ballads and healing hearts. But when Matt Finch joins the tour as its opening act, his boy-next-door charm proves difficult for Reagan to resist, despite her vow to live a drama-free existence. This summer, Reagan and Lilah will navigate the ups and downs of fame and friendship as they come to see that giving your heart to the right person is always a risk worth taking. A fresh new voice in contemporary romance, Emery Lord’s gorgeous writing hits all the right notes.
Publish date: April 15th 2014
Publisher: Walker Childrens
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
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I’d said that this would be one of my last YA reads, but I’m already starting to miss them, so that might change. Open road Summer was a book I had some difficulty with. I really liked parts, but others were much harder to get behind, like Reagan, the protagonist. The story, which is told from t...
Well, I really really enjoyed this at first. But, the first half of Open Road Summer is much better than the second half. I liked the friendship aspect much more than the relationship parts, wish it had just stuck to a book about a famous young singer and her best friend on a road trip touring, no b...
I literally finished this by reading from 10:30 - 11:30 last night, woke up at 7 in the morning and finished off the rest of this in forty minutes. Yep, I’m proud. I want to reach back into my history with a grade-school pink eraser, scrubbing away my decisions like mistakes on a math test. Too bad...