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The Mother Road by [Quinn, Meghan]
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Product Details

  • File Size: 2349 KB
  • Print Length: 360 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1523204206
  • Publisher: Hot-Lanta Publishing, LLC (January 12, 2016)
  • Publication Date: January 12, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01949HQ5E
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,533 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is definitely a difficult book to rate because even though it gave me some really outstanding kicks and giggles and some truly emotional moments that touched the heartstrings, there were also parts of the story that went a little overboard in regards to the humor. There is a lot of potty humor in this book. So if you're not a fan of jokes about sh*t, piss and farts... disturbing sexual fetishes, and over the top, insensitive and sometimes inappropriate pranks between siblings, then you will want to take a pass on this particular romantic humor. I find that humor is very much like ice cream, it's all about taste and what you personally like.
Do you know what I LOVED about the book? It was the reason why they went on this trip down route 66. A final trip to remember a mother who never got an opportunity to finish a lifelong dream before she passed. Every year they went on a road trip and the goal was to eat a hot dog in every state. She never got to finish. So, they decided to take one last family vacation together before her brother Paul got married to finish what they had started as a family in her memory. Every scene that involved them remembering her were truly touching and I really wish the book had more of those moments and less of the over the top humor. I am a huge sucker for books that touch the heart, so it's no surprise that those were my favorite scenes.
The other part that I loved about this book was our couple... Porter and Marley. Porter was such an appealing male character. He truly had everything to make a girl swoon. A great down to earth guy who is also sexy, sexy, sexy! Marley is a successful beauty blogger and I actually quite enjoyed all of the blog articles she worked on throughout the road trip.
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I want to get that out of the way now before we go any further with this review!! Don't even think of COMING close to my man.

I'm flying to Cali, searching out Marley, and stealing Porter for ME!!!! **cue maniacal laugh** AH! My God. Hahahahaha! Just kidding...well sort of. I just can't tone my book buzzing, crazy down.

My heart and my squishy belly (don't judge--I have so many books to read I'm practically drowning, so yeah... working on the abs... not happening) Anyway... as I was saying, my heart and my squishy belly dipped like crazy for him.

I couldn't stop swooning.
It was crazy.

At one point, I was sighing so blissfully and so heavily, my Husband looked at me and said, "What's got you all happy over there."
I didn't answer. After all, I didn't want to give him a complex. If I went into everything that was so amazing about Porter Smith... well, the poor guy.
So I just smiled sweetly and held up my Kindle in response.

But what I really wanted to say was, "It's not what, baby, it's WHO!!!!!!!!! It's Porter! Porter, the King of ALL book boyfriend magic. The man I want to eat up. Porter, who is sweet and sexy, possessive and protective, funny and flannel wearing, lumberjack looking, perfection. With his ovary busting smirk, his adorable chuckles, and his all-encompassing swoon, it's Porter. It's PORTER, the man with a heart of pure gold, the one I'm in love with.
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Marley McMann grew up on a farm in New York and still is a country girl at heart even after spending the last four years in California. When her father and brother arrive on her doorstep proposing that they take a trip in the old family RV along the Mother Road (Route 66) that their mother had planned before she passed away from cancer years before, how could Marley turn them down. Paul is getting married soon and Marley being so far away this could be their last family bonding moment not only spending time together but remembering their mother.

Little did Marley know that Paul had invited along his best friend Porter Smith. Porter grew up living next to the McCann’s and was like a son and brother to this family. Somewhere along the way though Marley began to see Porter as more than another brother and began to fall in love with him. Porter however broke Marley’s heart when he refused their relationship so seeing him again is not what Marley wanted for this trip.

I think what drew me into being interested in reading The Mother Road was simply the trip along good old Route 66. This is something that I’d love to do myself but never had but the thought of a family heading to all the wacky touristy sites along the way was just so appealing and the fact that others were saying how they laughed so hard reading this I just had to check it out for myself, I am so glad that I did. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from The Mother Road but something drew me in and didn’t let me go until the end.

The book is completely full of over the top juvenile humor that starting off I thought that it would probably end up annoying me. Boy was I ever wrong.
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