Road Signs

Title: Road Signs

Publisher: Carina Press

Pub Date: 14th March 2011

ISBN: 9781426891335

Author: MJ Fredrick

This book, Road Signs, more or less reminds me of the song ‘God Blessed The Broken Road’ by Rascal Flatts.

Each and every one of us may have take a few wrong turns in life and ended up with the person that’s not right for us, but that doesn’t mean that it’s end of the road. It simply means that your true love is still out there, and all you need to do is gather up courage to do the right thing and pursue your happiness cuz for what it’s worth, sometimes, the heart speaks better than the head.

The Road Sign is an absolutely beautiful book about true love, second chance as well as the courage to do what’s right. This is absolutely beautiful and mesmerizing book, and those who is doing some soul searching, should read this book. Somehow… someway…. when I finished reading this book, I feel strangely satiated. This book have a ‘soul’. That’s all I can say and I hope this review do justice to the book.

I rate this book 4.5 out of 5 stars.

Book description:

Had she misread the signs?

Briefly captivated by the idea of romance and pretty, shiny weddings, Willow Hawkins agreed to meet her potential boyfriend’s family and quickly realized she’d made a mistake. Stranded in small-town Nowhere, Willow calls her best friend, Cameron Trask, for an escape.

Even though he’ll miss an important job interview, Cam comes to her rescue. When Willow starts to see Cam with new eyes, she wonders how she’s never made the connection from best friend to best lover. Willow has one chance to help the man she loves-join him on a cross-country road trip to get to the interview on time. On the way they’ll face a jealous puppy, an unreliable automobile and weather that threatens to trap them alone…together.

The biggest roadblock she’ll come up against? If Cam gets his dream job, Willow may lose him for good.

This book will only be published in March. For more information on this title, please click here to visit the author’s website.

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