It was a great dream—while it lasted. At twenty-five, Amber Halliday thought life on the road with one of Nashville’s hottest bands was her ultimate fantasy come true. Then in the blink of an eye she finds herself abandoned at a truck stop in Kentucky. No money, no family and nowhere to go.
Navy veteran Joy Shepard, passing through on a cross-country trip, simply can’t ignore a woman in distress even if common sense tells her to drive on. She has room in her truck for Amber and a temporary job caring for her wheelchair-bound father once they reach Oakland. In a moment of weakness, she offers both.
Though grateful for the opportunity, Amber finds herself on pins and needles over Joy’s obsessive tidiness and stringent rules. Little wonder, since Joy finds her slovenly and undisciplined. No way will these two opposites attract—a romance this thorny can only be headed right back where it started: nowhere.
Piercing Fiction Reviews
Impeccable craftsmanship... This is a classic story of people who have a lot to teach each other... West of Nowhere is an entertaining story. KG MacGregor knows how to spin her characters so that they aren't annoying and her craftsmanship is impeccable. A reader doesn't have to worry about wasting money when it's one of her books.
This is a winner for Ms. MacGregor... If you've not read West of Nowhere yet and you're a fan of KG MacGregor, don't wait any longer! Grab a copy and get to reading. That's an order!