A jaded young woman sets out on an intense road trip home to deal with her past when she is asked to allow a relative stranger to tag along.
But, she’s seen too many good guys succumb to the harsh realities of her supposed privileged life in the music business and intends on keeping her distance.
When she picks up Lucky, the southern gentleman cousin of her selfish best friend, she has absolutely no idea of how to accept a perfectly good person with good intentions. Home has never looked so good or felt so far away.
I thought the book started a little bit slow but then it picked right up. Love Lucky and Trista I thought the author did a great job with sharing their emotions and their inner turmoil. During the road trip you learn a lot about Tristas suffering in life, her past hurts and a glimpse of the person she wants to be. Lucky is one in a million, sweet caring and so damn cute. I enjoyed their conversations and banter and sharing with each other. The story was well written and easy to like. Would like to read the next one. 4 stars