Two virtual strangers, one teen, and the worst rental car in the history of mankind…
Let the road trip begin.
Avery Weston is a journalist and mom to teenager Eli. Gavin Eastly is an enigmatic photographer.
A botched schedule lands them all in a rental car for Christmas. With everything that goes wrong, it’ll take a miracle to get them anywhere. But miracles come in surprising packages – like a bait shop owner moonlighting as a mechanic and a deputy whose family can’t agree on how to remove a skunk’s stink.
It’s the perfect recipe for romance.
Join Avery, Eli, and Gavin as they learn that reaching the destination doesn’t mean the journey’s over. God has so much more in store for them.
After all—anything can happen on the road to Nowhere.
I enjoyed reading Nowhere for Christmas and journeying with the characters on their crazy and hilarious road trip to Nowhere, Oklahoma. Avery is a single mother with a 15 year old son, Eli. Avery works at the local newspaper in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and is sent on an assignment with a photographer to write a Christmas feature on Nowhere, Oklahoma.
Gavin is a successful photojournalist who walked away from his career for reasons that are not in the public domain. He has been hired by the newspaper and will be working with Avery on the new syndicated assignments that require travel. Gavin is not impressed when Avery arrives to collect him for their road trip assignment in an ancient hatchback rental with her teen son.
The road trip is one disaster after another, and both Avery and Gavin see each other at their worst. Desperate circumstances can be bonding, and the group of three gets to know each other as they face many unexpected challenges on the road to Nowhere. I loved the heartfelt moments and character vulnerability exposed as they all worked together to survive the road trip and somehow celebrate Christmas. I recommend Road to Nowhere to readers who like fun and laugh-out-loud rom com Christmas novellas underpinned by a solid faith message.