The Road to You

The Road to You Bright lights Screaming fans Cute roadies Bird Barrett has officially arrived Next up on the road to stardom Bird s heading out on tour Between opening for one of the biggest acts in country music an

  • Title: The Road to You
  • Author: Alecia Whitaker
  • ISBN: 9780316251402
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Bright lights Screaming fans Cute roadies Bird Barrett has officially arrived.Next up on the road to stardom, Bird s heading out on tour Between opening for one of the biggest acts in country music and meeting a passionate young photographer who s working as part of the backstage crew, the weeks pass by in an exciting blur It might even be enough to distract Bird from thBright lights Screaming fans Cute roadies Bird Barrett has officially arrived.Next up on the road to stardom, Bird s heading out on tour Between opening for one of the biggest acts in country music and meeting a passionate young photographer who s working as part of the backstage crew, the weeks pass by in an exciting blur It might even be enough to distract Bird from the way things ended or never quite started with Adam Dean When the tour wraps up, though, it s back to reality The label is eager for a new hit song, but the sudden fame complete with a media fueled rivalry with another up and coming starlet has Bird questioning her priorities Before she can pour her heart out into her music, she ll need to figure out where it truly lies.Filled with sweet country music spirit, Wildflower is a series you just can t get out of your head.
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    • Mehsi says:

      ARC Review.The parents complain about everything, what happened to the wonderful people from the last book? Did they get sucked out of it? Aliens? Possession?She spends 9k ONCE on some clothes. Yeah, that is a lot, but does she need to get preached by everyone? Seriously, it happened ONCE. She never ever splurged on something, it is HER money, HER thing, so why is everyone making a big deal out of it. If she does it all the time, go ahead. But come on, let the girl have fun with her OWN money fo [...]

    • Arianna M says:

      I've really enjoyed Bird's story so far! This was a good follow up to Wildflower. Although I did feel like Bird starting losing her way a bit, (view spoiler)[ such as with the shopping spree, the CMA interview and the NYE blow-up with Kayelee (hide spoiler)], I felt like it was an honest depiction of the confusion of growing up while navigating a thriving career. I hope the last book finds Bird more in tune with who she is, and reaching even more milestones in her career!

    • Justin says:

      The first book in this series, Wildflower, was good but it needed improvements. I feel as though Alecia improved on a lot of little things in The Road to You, which ultimately helped the series out. But I also feel like some of the elements included in The Road to You that were more prominent in this book, dragged it down slightly. I find The Road to You to be much more focused on the romance than Wildflower was. Wildflower was much more about family, and Bird’s journey to find out who she was [...]

    • Liralen says:

      Bird, Bird. What to do with you? You were doing so well in the first book—all well-adjusted and generally sweet. You spent more time on friendship than mooning over boysboysboys (although there was some of that).It was too good to last, wasn't it?In The Road to You, Bird lets fame and fortune go to her head. There's another boy in the picture, and Bird spends much of the book agonising over them being apart, but he's kind ofller? And so many of the things I liked about the first book (the sens [...]

    • Ashley says:

      Did not like this one as much as the first, unfortunately. And I think it's because, like, none of the secondary characters were likable. Maybe it's my loyalty to Adam, but I never liked Kai. (There was also an extreme lack of Adam in this, which didn't help the book.) Devyn was obnoxious, I hated the rivalry between Bird and Kayelee Also, what happened to her super-cool and supportive parents? I guess I just wasn't a fan of Bird's Hollywood life. Here's hoping things pick back up in book three! [...]

    • Stephanie Chambers says:

      I love series about the music industry or Hollywood. Bird is a great, down to earth glimpse into the entrance of the world.It is very T. Swift-like, but it was so sweet and fun! I love all of her family and friends. Although the love interest was one of those annoying hipster, I'm too cool for popular music guys.

    • Bren says:

      An entertaining read. I actually didn't realize that this book was a sequel until I looked up the book on to review it.The only problems I had with the book:-The way the characters spoke: A couple of times in the book, Bird, or the people her age, would use the phrase "I ought to" or "you ought to." What kind of 16/17 year old uses the word "ought?" That word is kind of dead in the millennial world. -Bird's lyrics: I can be a little forgiving on this because I understand that songwriting is rea [...]

    • Ashley says:

      2.5 Stars The first novel in this series,Wildflower , was not my favorite book ever, but it wasn't too shabby. Going into this novel, I had the same expectations. I was disappointed, and here's why: The Characters While Bird is admirable and pretty well-developed, the rest of the characters are VERY lacking. Bird meets a lot of celebrities in this installation, but they just seemed to blend together. They were all so fake and stereotypical, and maybe that was the point, but it certainly was lack [...]

    • ReenieT1721 says:

      I admit I was hesitant to read this novel since I wasn't exactly a fan of the less than memorable prequel, Wildflower. Nevertheless, I stayed up late to read it and have a very mixed review.Good parts: -Bird moved on from Adam (kinda) to Kai.-The novel expressed more about each of the characters and brought more attention to the individual personality that Bird had.-Bird has stellar parents and a best friend, Stella, and an amazing boyfriend.-Her parents.-Her brothers.Bad parts:-The romance betw [...]

    • Megs says:

      So far, the Wildflower is one of my favourite contemporary series! I find Bird to be so likable and relateable, even though her life is so much crazier than mine!This installment starts with Bird going on tour as the opening act for a country superstar. It's there that she meets Kai, the intense indie roadie that Bird immediately feels a connection with. Once the tour wraps up, her label suggests that she move to LA and attempt to be a crossover artist.Bird deals with a variety of issues this ti [...]

    • Margaret says:

      I loved this book! I felt the characters were real people with problems which, even though the main character was a raising star in the music industry, your everyday person could actually relate to. The author did a great job of showing that a real person can become famous and all the challenges that could arise out of that. I also liked that she was homeschooled. I thought it added an interesting element you don't usually see in stories, and showed that when you are doing something kind of "out [...]

    • Dana says:

      The book was a bit predictable and the author's writing style isn't the best but Bird is kinda relatable and I can easily picture myself in her shoes doing exactly what she says/does. I could have used a few more chapters about her romantic interest. I just felt like the beginning of their relationship was so perfect then it became just a tiny part of the story and fizzled out with little explanation and a lot of overreacting. Oh, and her celebrity friends bugged me. Like no one is actually that [...]

    • Tara says:

      I really enjoyed this book. It was fun and exactly what I needed at the moment. There's nothing groundbreaking about the writing or the plot, but at the same time, it's fresh and new and it made me really happy--which is just what I needed(view spoiler)[That being said, I was still really rooting for Bird and Kai's relationship. I'm going through the whole long-distance thing right now and it sucks. Since Bird was going through the same thing, it kind of bonded me with her, but then at the end t [...]

    • Allison Brunskill says:

      I really enjoyed this book. Kudos to Whitaker as she really nailed the Country music industry and it's clear she's done her research. Bird makes bad choices galore in this book, she says things without thinking and believes her own hype all of which felt exactly how a 16\17 year old would act in her situation. I liked the conflict with her parents over money; her parents try to control how she spends her money while Bird feels that since she made the money and supporys the family she should spen [...]

    • Julie says:

      I love Alecia Whitaker's fresh voice in these books. Bird, the main character, is delightful. It is an interesting interpretation of the behind the scenes lives of pop/country music singers. Though I felt this book was not as carefully honed as the first, it was a lovely addition to the Wildflower series. The humor in both the characters and the situations is a lot of fun. I appreciate the vulnerability of Bird and her sense of young love but also staying true to herself and her dreams. This ser [...]

    • Anna says:

      This is a fun and lighthearted romance. Following the life and trials a newly discovered teen Country singer as she goes on tour for the first time.I enjoyed this book I thought it had a good message and it was very wholesome Andrew is the rivalry between the two country singers in the romance I look forward to reading the third book though I missed the first one I need to go back and read it

    • Celeste says:

      Sometimes a second book in the trilogy just has a bridging feel to it and that would be this book. The book was interesting enough, but as the character went through some growing pains I was a bit annoyed. I hope the third book redeems the series, because I liked the first one.

    • Frezanda says:

      This book describes the danger of fame quite well. The change in Bird didn't start immediately. It happened gradually when she listened to wrong people and took her loved ones for granted. Same like the previous book, there is no happily ever after ending in this book. Reality is never clean cut.

    • Ashley says:

      I didn't realize this book was a sequel till I was half way through. No wonder there wasn't a lot of character development. I might have enjoyed it more if I read the first book first.

    • Mackenzie Lane says:

      2.5 starsI tried my hardest to like this book as much as 'Wildflower' but I couldn't find any part that made this second book spectacular. Mediocre at best.

    • Jenny says:

      One of the rare occasions when the sequel is better than the first.

    • Stephanie says:

      Bird gets a little whiny and snotty in this book, but then you have to remember she's still a teenager.

    • Lynn says:

      Skimmed a lot of it.

    • Janssen says:

      Cute, quick read. YA fiction is basically what I need in the spring.

    • Helen says:

      Picked this up and didn't realize it was a sequel. Oops. Maybe that's why I was so bored and I felt like they already expected me to know the main character?

    • Sam Lefton says:

      Very cheesy, slightly interesting plot line.

    • Hailee C says:

      I finished my book and I can say I enjoyed it. I can't wait to read the third book. Bird was nominated for two CMAs and one Grammy and she found a new love interest.

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