Series: Ad Agency #1
Also in this series: Head Tripped, Field-Tripped (Ad Agency Series Book #3)
Genres: Contemporary, Humorous, Love & Romance, Romance
What’s worse than driving a phallic-shaped RV across the country with a coworker you hate? Falling in love with them.
Copywriter Callie Murphy has a bad attitude, a vicious tongue, and a serious aversion to Shimura Advertising’s resident manwhore, Walker Rhodes. Know where he can stick his good looks and Southern charm? She can think of a few creative places. Avoiding him wouldn’t be a problem, except her boss threatens to fire her if she doesn’t go along with him on their RV client’s cross-country tour.
Burnt-out art director, Walker, is sick of his job, tired of women, and in a big old creative rut. The upcoming client road trip is just what he needs to shake things up and rediscover his lost passion. But his plans go south when his partner drops out at the last minute, and Callie, the foul-mouthed tiny terror, takes her place. Unless he can find a way to thaw his icy coworker, he’s looking at two months of pure hell.
On the road, they experience one hilarious misadventure after another and soon find themselves on a life-changing journey. But when their paths veer off in different directions, will they hit a dead end?
Road-Tripped is a stand-alone novel and the first book in the Ad Agency Series.
Note: If you are offended by foul language and erotic content, please don't read. Not meant for readers under 18.
This edition has been updated to a second edition on 9/11/2016, updating typos.
Everyone knows how much I love a good enemies to lovers romance, so when I find a well-written one that is also full of my kind of humor, it feels like I won the book lottery. This is that book!
From the very start of this story I knew I was going to fall in love with Walker and Callie. The constant banter between them as they are both also trying to cover up an intense physical attraction to the other had me burning through the pages as quickly as I could.
The road trip was the perfect setting for these two to connect. There is nothing like being forced together in an enclosed space for an extended period of time to bring out the best and worst of people while forcing them to confront their feelings at the same time. I really felt like I was on the trip with them and when it ended I wanted to send gas money to continue this trip forever.
In the end the problems between Callie and Walker all boiled down to a lack of communication and assumptions. You know, just like most relationships in real life.
This book has everything from nudity, romance sh…poo and high AF grandmas. Expect hurricanes, alligators, hot air balloons, blowfish and puns and double entendres galore. It’s crude, crass and sometimes over the top…and I loved every single word of it.
My favorite romances to read are friends to lovers, second chance romance, and lifelong love stories. I read mostly YA, NA and contemporary but I've been known to enjoy a good erotica romance now and again. I enjoy sex in books but it's not required for me to enjoy a story. Too much sex can be worse than none, in my opinion.
I don't really enjoy books with love triangles and/or cheating, and I don't read a lot of paranormal/fantasy or suspense books.
On any given day you'll find me camped out on my couch with my Kindle in one hand, a Mountain Dew in the other, the tv on in the background (Food Network or Hallmark Channel) with one or both of my kids and my husband trying to get me to answer them about when we might eat again.
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