"…one of the best titles I've read this year!" -Diane with Nerdy, Dirty & Flirty
500-mile road trip! Mission? Get over the guy you kinda-sorta hooked up with. Problem? He's your new road-trip companion.
Bribed by her bestie to go on a stupid soul-searching road trip to get over The Turd, Jane is sooo not into spending four days visiting tacky Florida stops and, ugh, journaling it. A librarian hiding behind the stereotype, she'd rather veg and read, thank you very much.
What could make it worse? Oh yeah. A hunky, charming playboy, begging for a ride. You might wonder why that would be worse, because, c'mon--hot guy? Except this hot guy is The Turd, the player this whole trip is meant to help her forget.
RISKING IT is a steamy, standalone romantic comedy from RITA Winning and USA Today bestselling author Angela Quarles with a happy-ever-after and no cheating or cliffhangers, with some bonus stops at wacky Florida tourist traps. Warning: there's a scene where guys get all hot and sweaty playing the ancient Irish sport of hurling, just sayin'.
Librarian Jane, was looking for excitement in her life and decided to make a play for Aiden. Spending the night together, Jane was expecting a quite different night and left in the morning disappointed. Aiden felt she was avoiding and ghosting him. As Jane has agreed together him out of her head by going on a road trip to Atlanta. The long way. As she is filling her car with gas, she sees that Aiden is stranded with a disabled car. Jane decides she can do the nice thing and give Aiden a ride. But explains she is on a planned trip, and must see and take photos of all the items on the list.
Definitely a risk worth taking
This is an excellent romance story and this series just keeps getting better. I love the humor and the "player" being paired with a "bookworm". They both have issues making them more realistic characters. Their road trip help them to really get to know one another but their hearts are so well guarded that they struggle to open up completely for their fear of not being enough. He is really a good guy and he is willing to put in the extra effort which makes him a winner in my book. Such a great, endearing love story and I enjoyed their emotional ride to find true love...together.