Loving Dallas, by Caisey Quinn

loving dallas

Grade: A-

Doing it at:  23%

Catnip: First Love, Second Chance Love, I’m With the Band, Guitar Players, Dual Narrative, Strong Female Lead

Shame Scale: Low shame, just mind how big your print is around virgin eyes

Fantasy Cast: Sam Hunt, Jane Levy

Book Description:

Every dream comes with a price…



I’m familiar with it.

I’ve had to leave behind everyone I cared about—my sister, my best friend, my band, and my high school sweetheart—in order to chase my dream of making it in Nashville.

But when Robyn Breeland walks back into my life, it’s as if the universe has decided to give me a second chance.  I’m just not sure it’s one I’m willing to take.



I practically majored in it.

Dallas Lark was the first boy I ever loved and the one who’d shattered my heart into pieces.  But I’ve moved on. Working in promotions at Midnight Bay Bourbon, I’m too busy to sit around moping over my ex. But when my company decides to sponsor his tour, I’ll have to face him whether I’m ready to or not. Dallas is determined to drive me to distraction, and my body begs me to let him.

Trouble is, my heart can’t tell the difference between a second chance and making the same mistake twice.

I read and loved the first book in Caisey Quinn’s Neon Dream’s series, its still holding strong in best nickname of all time, and was both excited and apprehensive about the follow up. Excited because Quinn is a fantastic writer. Apprehensive because I didn’t love Dallas as he was introduced to us in Dixie’s book. He was kind of an asshole and I didn’t want to suffer the devastation of book disappointment. Thankfully, Dallas as a leading man is a god damn delight.

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