On The Way To You by Kandi Steiner

UGH, THIS BOOK and all its emotions and feelings and just EVERYTHING. Sometimes I want a book that is going to really make me fell and then give me that HEA I have been chasing and if it ONE OF THOSE DAYS, I want a Kandi Steiner novel. This was one of those days and this was REALLY one oh those books. Cooper and Emery took em on such a ride, both figuratively and mentally. This book felt with some heavy stuff and did so in the most beautiful way. By the time I got to the end I was filled with that feeling you get when you are about to cry but are just so overcome with the feeling you can't. I Loved every page. This book wasn't insta-love and it definitely had a nice slow burn, but when things took a turn, they really took a turn. If you love a good road trip and on-the-whim decisions, throw in a shirtless guy this just does it for you, grab this book. Also, grab it if you don't, you'll like it anyway. Buy On Amazon: http://amzn.to/2hDx18d Add to Goodreads


What makes you happy? That was the question Emery Reed asked me the day we met, and I couldn’t give him a single answer. I could have said my dog, or my books, or yoga — but I just stared. And then, I got in his car. It was crazy to take a road trip with a stranger, but after years of standing still, he was my one-way ticket to a new life, and I wasn’t going to miss it. We shared the same space, the same car, the same hotel room — and still, we were strangers. One day we’d be laughing, the next, we wouldn’t speak. Emery was surrounded by impenetrable walls, but I wanted in. Discovering his journal changed everything. I read his thoughts, words not meant for anyone’s eyes, and the more I learned about him, the harder I fell. It turned out nothing made Emery Reed happy, and I wanted to change that. I earned his trust by violating his privacy, and as wrong as it was, it worked — until one entry revealed a darkness I never knew existed, a timer I never knew was ticking. Suddenly, what made me happy was saving Emery from himself. I just didn’t know if I could.