Londyn McCormack didn’t have a typical childhood. She ran away from home at sixteen, escaping parents more interested in drugs than their daughter. She doesn’t have loving siblings or an adorable pet. Her only family is the five other runaway kids who shared her junkyard home.
Life pulled them all in separate directions, taking her to Boston. For a short time, she thought she’d found something permanent. But after a devastating divorce, she’s running away again, this time to find a lost friend.
She’s driving across the country in her convertible. As a teenager, the rusty car was her shelter. As an adult, it’s her ride to freedom.
Except one flat tire derails her trip. Her life collides with Brooks Cohen. They walked away from the first crash. The second might destroy them both.
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★★★★ 4 𝓢𝓽𝓪𝓻 𝓡𝓮𝓿𝓲𝓮𝔀 ★★★★
I have this thing with book lengths. Really long books rarely keep my attention. Shorter books usually leave me feeling a little unsatisfied. This one is on the shorter end, and it definitely is the exception to the norm for me. I most certainly did not get left feeling unsatisfied.
This book is a quick and enjoyable read. It was over before I knew it. And that's not a bad thing. I think had it been longer, I would have found myself getting bored. I didn't want to put this down until I finished, which is pretty much what happened.
I enjoyed getting Londyn and Brook's story. It was such a great, entertaining, loving story. It flowed impeccably. The connection between the characters was a bit love at first sight (which I don't typically like), and it worked for this book. It felt like their relationship went slow and fast at the same time.
If you're looking for a quick, fun, sweet read, I highly recommend this one. I am really looking forward to the next book.