The Breakup Tour
'If The Breakup Tour was a song, it would be ‘Long Live’ by Taylor Swift . . . at once sweet and angsty . . . The perfect read for everyone who wants to relive the spectacular summer of The Eras Tour! So much fun!' - Ali Hazelwood, author of The Love Hypothesis
Riley Wynn went from a promising singer-songwriter to a superstar overnight, thanks to her breakup song concept album and its unforgettable lead single. When Riley’s ex-husband claims the hit song is about him, she does something she hasn’t in ten years and calls Max Harcourt, her college boyfriend, and the real inspiration for the song of the summer.
Max hasn’t spoken to Riley since their relationship ended. He’s content with managing the retirement home his family owns, but it’s not the life he dreamed of filled with music. When Riley asks him to go public as her song-writing muse, he agrees on one condition: he’ll join her in her band on tour. As they perform across the country, Max and Riley start to realize that while they hit some wrong notes in the past, their future could hold incredible things. And their rekindled relationship will either last forever – or go down in flames . . .
From the authors of The Roughest Draft and Do I Know You?, Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka bring a new romance all about second chances with The Breakup Tour.
If The Breakup Tour was a song, it would be ‘Long Live’ by Taylor Swift. It's deliciously zeitgeisty and so! much! fun! The Breakup Tour is at once sweet and angsty . . .The perfect read for everyone who wants to relive the spectacular summer of The Eras Tour!
Ali Hazelwood, New York Times bestselling author of Love on the Brain, Love, Theoretically and Under One Roof
How fitting that a pair of writers in perfect harmony would create a story about music that comes from the heart! The Breakup Tour is like a song you can’t stop humming - honest, sweet, and unforgettable.
Jodi Picoult, New York Times bestselling author of Wish You Were on Do I Know You?
Reading Wibberley and Siegemund-Broka’s prose is like sliding into the crisp sheets of a luxury hotel bed
Alicia Thompson, national bestselling author of Love in the Time of Serial Killers