Amy Curry is having a terrible year. Her mother has decided to move all the way across the country and needs Amy to drive their car from California to the East Coast. There's just one problem: since the death of her father, Amy hasn't been able to get behind the wheel of a car. Enter Roger, the son of an old family friend, who turns out to be unexpectedly cute...and dealing with some baggage of his own. Meeting new people and coming to terms with her father's death were not part of Amy's plans for the road trip. But then neither was driving on the Loneliest Road in America, seeing the Colorado Mountains, visiting diners, dingy motels and Graceland. But as they drive, and she grows closer to Roger, Amy finds that the people you least expected are the ones you need the most -
and that sometimes you have to get lost in order to find your way home.
I usually don't read a lot of contemporary books but I'm really happy I made an exception for this one! So Amy has to drive across the United States. Roadtrip! I've only been to America a couple o' times and then only in NY, and that's why I got so jealous reading this book. I was like: but I've never been there or there or there. MOOOOOM I need to go on this roadtrip! True story.
In this book every few pages there isn't text but pictures. It's Amy's diary of the roadtrip. You see pictures of places, landscapes and FOOD. Every time I would just be like:
I feel you, bro, I feel you.
I really enjoyed the romance in this book as well. It was really predictable, that's the only downfact, but overall it was really cute.
If you feel like a light, fluffy contemporary read then this is the book for you!
My Rating: ★★★★