I just ended my rookie year with the Seattle Sockeyes in a win-or-go-home game, and we went home. I played a big part in that loss thanks in part to my lack of team play. It's time to lick my wounds, re-examine my role, and come to terms with demons I've been avoiding for too long. I buy an RV and take to the wilderness for a little solitude and lot of soul-searching. Just me, my dog Bones, and nature. There's one problem. My campsite neighbor is a too-cheerful, busy-body camp host. She brings out the worst in me, but I can't stop thinking about sharing a sleeping bag with her.
As a brand ambassador for a large RV manufacturer, it's my job to make sure everyone is enjoying their camping experience. Usually I'm quite good at fixing problems and assisting campers until I meet the hot, grumpy hockey player next door. He claims he wants to be left alone; but after one look at his lost expression, I'm certain that's the last thing he needs. To complicate things, we have chemistry, the kind which blazes past all misgivings and singes everyone in sight.
This book is a great addition to the Scoring series. Andy is trying to work on himself and become a better team player. He decides to lease an RV and go camping. Problem is he does not know the first thing about camping and having an RV.
Kennedy is a camping and RV expert. She works as an ambassador for the Journey RV company. She camps and travels around in her RV. She teaches other campers about cleaning camp sites, everything RV and hands out promotional items and swag. She is enjoying herself until Andy pulls up beside her.
Andy is really clueless when it comes to his RV and camping. What I loved is he does not have a problem with Kennedy showing him the ropes and showing him up. He respects her and her camping/RV knowledge.
These two have great chemistry. They help each other grow and learn from their mistakes. This book had me from the beginning and was really hard to put down.