Saturday, December 17, 2016
Book Review: Donna's Detour by Jo Huddleston
Donna's Detour by Jo Huddleston
Have read other works by the author and enjoyed them.
This one starts out with Donna and she's a waitress in a diner along Route 66 in Needles, CA. One of the men who came in was an old friend from back home.
Route 66 fascinates me because of the things along the way from MD to CA. Have watched many shows on the route and businesses along the way.
She tells him who she is and that her brother was his best friend. He agrees to drive her home later that day before Tommy continues his trip.
Like the history of the place and sounds like a great one to visit. He realizes right away that she's the one for him. Like the way he respects her and shows her a bit of romance along the way.
He offers her a job as his secretary at his uncle's business.
Obstacles get in the way on their trip and then they each don't want to rush things, not knowing how the other really feels.
Didn't realize where the end of 66 was as we've visited there and others told us not to waste our time, glad we went!
Like how easily they fit with one another and how he accepts her wanting to find a church nearby. She prays to God for guidance...
Links to other Route 66 romances are listed at the end along with other social media sites where the author's work is available.
Like this book for teaching me new things about locations I've visited and that this was a short read but captured my attention throughout and not connected to other books in a series.
I was given the book by the author via Book Fun (The Book Club Network) and this is my honest review