The Whole Way Home (Digital Audiobook)

A Novel

By Sarah Creech, Don Hagen (Narrator), Johanna Parker (Narrator)

Publication Date: June 5, 2017

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (2/27/2018)
MP3 CD (6/6/2017)
Compact Disc (6/6/2017)
Hardcover (6/6/2017)

Description

A radiant talent on the brink of making it big in Nashville must confront her small-town past and an old love she’s never forgotten in this engaging novel—a soulful ballad filled with romance, heartbreak, secrets, and scandal from the author of Season of the Dragonflies.

Playing to packed houses while her hit song rushes up the charts, country singer and fiddler Jo Lover is poised to become a one-name Nashville star like her idols, Loretta, Reba, and Dolly. To ensure her success, Jo has carefully crafted her image: a pretty, sassy, down-to-earth girl from small-town Virginia who pours her heart into her songs.

But the stage persona she’s built is threatened when her independent label merges with big-time Capitol Records, bringing Nashville heartthrob JD Gunn—her first love—back into her life. Long ago Jo played with JD’s band. But they parted ways, and took their own crooked roads to stardom. Now Jo’s excited—and terrified—to see him again.

When the label reunites them for a show, the old sparks fly, the duet they sing goes viral, and fans begin clamoring for more—igniting the media’s interest in the compelling singer. Why is a small-town girl like Jo so quiet about her past? When did she and JD first meet? What split them apart? All too soon, the painful secret she’s been hiding is uncovered, a shocking revelation that threatens to destroy her reputation and her dreams. To salvage her life and her career, Jo must finally face the past—and her feelings for JD—to become the true Nashville diva she was meant to be.



About the Author

Sarah Creech was born and raised in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Her work has appeared in storySouth, Literary Mama, Aroostook Review, Glass, and Glimmer Train. She teaches English and creative writing at Queens University of Charlotte. Season of the Dragonflies is her first novel.