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    Callie Murphy a copywriter, takes a job at her childhood friend Skip's Ad Agency. She hates it, all everyone seems to do is goof off, drink every afternoon and just plain do nothing they should be. She can't wait for the minutes to tick down so she can go home - or rather to her hotel room. Then her boss & best friend asks her to take on their biggest campaign, driving across the U.S. And blogging about it for two months. She refuses, especially because her travel companion is none other than super sexy, every woman in office is sleeping with Walker- or manwhore as she calls him. But she caves and agrees when her friend tells her he hired her so she could help him save the company. He needs her to do this. Walker Rhodes hates his job, lost his creative drive, and is tired of all the women throwing themselves at him. He needs to make a change, to get the creative juices flowing again. He couldn't wait another week for the blog tour to start, where he'd get to take pictures and video's again. He's repeatedly tried to be nice to Callie, she has cut him down and been quite rude towards him, and he has no idea why. Walker was scheduled to go on the traveling blog tour with his best friend Avery, until she found out she was pregnant and can't travel now. So instead of putting up with the ice queen as he's referred to Callie as, he quits his job. Their boss asked Avery to convince him to go on the trip, otherwise everyone will lose their jobs. Avery needs this job now that she's pregnant. Walker feels horrible for making Avery upset, when she has so much more to lose than he does if he doesn't go on the job. All because he couldn’t handle a tiny blue-eyed road bump on the way to finding himself.(*direct book quote). Can Murphy and Walker get along and save the company during their cross country trip, or will they end up killing each other and the company? Are their assumptions of each other correct, or do they have each other all wrong? This has been a funny romantic comedy from the get go. The sexual tension between these two is so tight, it's gonna snap. But which side will they fall on, together or at each other's throats? You'll have to read ROAD—TRIPPED to find out, but you'll enjoy it!! I laughed, I cried, I said WTH are they thinking, smiled- or smirked as my husband said, I all out I LOVED it!!! I CANNOT wait for Nicole Archer's next book! I received an ARC copy via IndieSage through bookfunnel in exchange for a blog tour review. Due to adult language and situations, this book is recommended for readers 18 and older! FAVORITE QUOTES -because he couldn’t handle a tiny blue-eyed road bump on the way to finding himself. -Mood lighting for when you’re churning butter.” -You are my sun, my moon, my inspiration, and my color.
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    Fantastic read!

    Smart and funny, this book will warm your heart, make you laugh out loud, sqeeze you heart with emotions and joy. It will make you dream of travelling, seeing new places, look for adventures in unusual places, see the endless beauty in ordinary things and dream of love and good men. Looking forward to the next book!
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    This was a non-stop funny read.

    Even when you are ready to cry Author Nicole Archer snaps us back with a funny line that makes you laugh out loud again. "His grandmother smiled, closed her eyes, and said her last words. “You owe me forty dollars.” Loved it!!!
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    Road-Tripping, Laughing, Living and Loving

    There's a slight difference between thinking someone is a manwhore and knowing someone is. But thinking sometimes leads to believing which leads to negative feelings which leads to nothing good really. Callie's perception of Walker was just that. Thing is, Walker wasn't that at all. Oh, sure, the women love him and flock to him in droves (sounds like a fairytale, lol) but he wasn't the kind of man to randomly pick a woman simply because he knew she was available. But Callie didn't know that. She might have if she'd seen the ending of that one event when her perception of him was born. Giving him the chance to explain was like... I don't know, exactly, but it was super frustrating to read. Walker's just tired of his four-wall job. His passion is photography so being indoors isn't his cup of tea. So a road trip that takes him outside for a while? He's all for that! Until he finds out he's stuck with Callie. Yes, Callie. Who's pissed off at the world because of a bad break up and who doesn't want to be around him to begin with. Did I mention she kinda, sorta, maybe takes all of that anger out on Walker? *cringes* She does. It wasn't pretty, I'll admit that, but man! I couldn't help but laugh at the stuff coming out of her mouth! The road trip, as bad as it started out, ended up being the perfect thing for both of them. Walker got in touch with his creative half, Callie got over the hurt of being dumped and finally came to see Walker as not a manwhore. For a debut, this is very well written. Ms. Archer has a wicked sense of humor and it shows beautifully in this story. Her use of made-up words and left-field phrases reminded me of my husband, who likes to do that crap to make me laugh (or at least smile) when I'm pissed off as hell. Thank you, Ms. Archer, for writing something I can relate to! It isn't just the narrative or dialogue that will keep you interested. It's everything. Ms. Archer describes everything so vividly it's like you're there with Walker and Callie, seeing what they're seeing, feeling what they're feeling, experiencing what they're experiencing. This is a great book. You'll laugh, frown, roll your eyes, and laugh some more.

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