What’s worse than driving a phallic-shaped RV across the country with a coworker you hate? Falling in love with them.
Copywriter Callie Murphy has a bad attitude, a vicious tongue, and a serious aversion to Shimura Advertising’s resident manwhore, Walker Rhodes. Know where he can stick his good looks and Southern charm? She can think of a few creative places. Avoiding him wouldn’t be a problem, except her boss threatens to fire her if she doesn’t go along with him on their RV client’s cross-country tour.
Burnt-out art director, Walker, is sick of his job, tired of women, and in a big old creative rut. The upcoming client road trip is just what he needs to shake things up and rediscover his lost passion. But his plans go south when his partner drops out at the last minute, and Callie, the foul-mouthed tiny terror, takes her place. Unless he can find a way to thaw his icy coworker, he’s looking at two months of pure hell.
Road-Tripped is a stand-alone novel and the first book in the Ad Agency Series.
*Not for readers under 18. Erotic sex, adult language, and drug use.
4 out of 5 stars
Get ready for the ultimate road trip in the fanciest camper. A camper that looks like a silver dildo.
Callie Murphy gets assigned to travel across America for her job. But there's a catch. It has to be with the sexy art director. And they also have to act like a couple blogging about their experience.
Any hotblooded woman would be excited about being stuck with a handsome guy, but Callie isn't happy at all. She sees Walker as a big womanizer and playboy. She'd rather just sit in her corner and be invisible than go on the long road-trip.
Walker isn't thrilled about being with the antisocial Callie either. He just wants to relax and reignite his passion for photography without having someone constantly being mean to him.
Throughout the trip, the characters experience some major road bumps, and discover that they have misjudged each other. There are also a lot of cute scenes and funny moments, but things always fall apart due to Callie's insecurities. Other than the constant back and forth during their relationship, I really liked the story.