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.
I think this might be my new favorite series after Jamison Valley and Lark Cove series. Yep, Devney has blessed us with another series to absolutely rave about. Runaway Road is here and it needs to be in your hands right away. I can’t say that I’ve read many romances where there’s a roadtrip involved, but the ones I have read were definitely some of my favorite reads. And this one a favorite for sure.
I cannot tell you enough how much I loved this book, it’s just something different that I haven’t read about before. And the fact that we’ll see a bit of a trend throughout the series, I’m here for all of it.
Brooks, Brooks, Brooks. Swooning over this guy for days. A genuinely kind and caring person, plus he won me over almost instantly. Willing do anything to help a mere stranger.
I love a good slow-burn and that’s kind of what we got with Londyn and Brooks. There was no doubt about their chemistry and instant connection, but who knows they could have especially when Londyn is only in town for a limited amount of days.
This is quite different than Devney’s previous books, her writing has come a long way and taking us in this new direction. Runaway Road had the perfect amount of everything, a lot of tender and just sweet moments between the both of them. They’re were constantly at peace with one another and you can’t help but root for them.
Runaway Road needs to be on your TBR … you know what, just go a buy the book, you won’t be disappointed.