Wildflower (Wildflower #1) by Alecia Whitaker
The best songs come from broken hearts.
Sixteen-year-old Bird Barrett has grown up on the road, singing backup in her family’s bluegrass band, and playing everywhere from Nashville, Tennesee to Nowhere, Oklahoma. One fateful night, Bird fills in for her dad by singing lead, and a scout in the audience offers her a spotlight all her own.
Soon Bird is caught up in a whirlwind of songwriting meetings, recording sessions, and music video shoots. Her first single hits the top twenty, and suddenly fans and paparazzi are around every corner. She’s even caught the eye of her longtime crush, fellow roving musician Adam Dean. With Bird’s star on the rise, though, tradition and ambition collide. Can Bird break out while staying true to her roots?
In a world of glamour and gold records, a young country music star finds her voice.
The Road to You (Wildflower #2) by Alecia Whitaker
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 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.
The Way Back Home (Wildflower #3) by Alecia Whitaker
Music sensation Bird Barrett is hitting the road, headlining her first national tour after the launch of her second album. Singing to sold-out crowds can mess with a girl’s sense of perspective though. Luckily Bird has her older brother Dylan and her best friend Stella along for the ride to keep her grounded.
When Dylan and Stella pair off as more than friends, Bird starts feeling left behind and throws herself completely into her performances, cover shoots, and high-profile interviews. But the more she tries to distract herself with her career, the further she pushes everyone away–including her longtime crush, Adam Dean, who joined the tour as her opener. Before long all the pressure becomes too much for Bird on her own.
In a life like this one, a country girl needs her family and friends–and maybe an old flame–most of all.