"Many of us can identify with...Christine, a rusty, newly single female rider...as she works through...the loss of her husband and old skeletons in the closet that come back to haunt her. There are twists, turns and unexpected bumps in the road, with life changing decisions...all while trying not to speed through it all...a little suspense, a little steamy romance and some interesting characters...I wanted to keep reading!" -- Leah Knight, Hoosier Motorcyclist
From the Author
I wanted a heroine that wasn't going to be a stereotypic helpless blond, but I also did not want her to be an unrealistic action figure or superhero. Christine is one of us, and yet...she's not. She has a fairly good head on her shoulders, some common sense, is good-looking but not supermodel-gorgeous, and life has made her overly cautious. She's just a bit on the timid side when it comes to life, although in her heart she doesn't want to be. That's why she's determined to keep riding her motorcycle. It's a symbol of empowerment to her. For everything she's been through, it's critical to her sense of self-worth. You see, Christine suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. She made huge strides in her recovery thanks to her husband, Gil, but then Gil died and she was left to make sense of everything, and keep moving forward alone. When she meets up with Doug the Biker, her straight and narrow road trip through life becomes a super-winding riding adventure, for he has PTSD also.