Rylee Morgan has spent most of her life playing it safe and following the rules. It has worked for her professionally and personally. So why should a trip across the country be any different. She grabs her camera, camera bag and off she goes hoping to take her professional career to another level. She never imagined her little sister Lexie coming along for the ride. Lexie has an energy level that doesnâ€™t quit and she not only trusts everyone but she also follows no rules. However, Lexie needs to get away so having her as an assistant wonâ€™t be too bad. Will it? Is Rylee in for a ride of her life with her sister in tow when they meet the tall dark and handsome hitchhiker? Or will they pass him by and follow all the rules? And what about the man she thinks could be her Dad on the west coast? Will she find him after all these years? Can she discover all her dreams in one cross country drive?
Lexie Morgan is nothing like her sister. She makes up her own rules. So she thinks nothing of inviting the hitchhiker along with them. He may be just what her rigid sister needs to lighten up a bit. And she could use the distraction too. He certainly is easy on the eyes.
Josh Bradley has a story all his own. Hitchhiking was just the beginning of his journey. What will they all discover at the end of the road?
Linda Rettstatt brings together two sisters in this story. Itâ€™s a very emotional journey for them both. I thought she did a fantastic job of bringing Ryleeâ€™s photography into the story as well. I really didnâ€™t feel meeting a hitchhiker was an ideal way to bring the hero into the book but she skillfully drew me in to the idea. The hero and heroine were perfect for each other. However, I had a hard time bonding with the characters. I felt the book was a bit more about the sisters than the romance. I felt the bond and love between those two throughout the entire story. She made me long for sisterly love. It was overall a very nice read. I enjoyed the story and I hope you will too.