Road-Tripped (Ad Agency #1) by Nicole Archer – Review by Sheri Schrader

Road-Tripped (Ad Agency #1)Road-Tripped by Nicole Archer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Road-tripped by Nicole Archer is the first in the Ad Agency Series. The story is about copywriter Callie Murphy and Shimura’s advertising manwhore Walker Rhodes. The two have ended up on a cross-country trip in an RV for a client’s ad campaign. Callie is brash, has a bad attitude, and does not like Walker or his good looks. Walker thinks that this will be the trip from hell versus time to find his passion for photography again. Can the two get along and survive for the two-month trip?
The characters are great in this story. Callie is small but fierce. She has been hurt in the past and does not want to let anyone in especially Walker. Walker is handsome and a Southern gentleman. All the women love being around him. Is there more to Walker than Callie can see? The development of the characters is good and reminds us not to judge a book by its cover, or a person. I could relate to Callie and her having to deal with people after her past experiences. Walker is great and is artistic and fun.
The two are fun and engaging. I enjoyed the story and could not put it down, while led to a long night. Ms. Archer pulled me into a fun story and I look forward to reading the next books in the series. After reading the book I want to take a cross-country road trip myself to see what all the fun is about.

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