This story was downright hilarious, and adorable, too. I felt like I was right there in the car with them! This is my first story from this author, and I can’t wait to dive into more!
Improbable in the best way, Accidental Detour crackles through it's crazy premise with snappy writing and cute banter. You'll be caught up in this story as every secret slowly gets revealed into a very cute HEA. Don't miss!
Accidental Detour is a brilliant short story that grabbed me from the first page. These two vivid main characters have fantastic chemistry to keep the pages flipping. I laughed my way through the safety-conscious kidnapping and road trip interrogation! You'll find yourself rooting for their HEA despite the complications that swiftly arise. Grab your copy and treat yourself to a wonderful read!
A fun (carjacked) ride. Read for the laughs, stay for the love.
I adore the work of DK Sutton, and Accidental Detour is everything I love about her work and a Christmas Story! Jonas is such a great character and Zane just smolders! I was rooting for them all the way. The set-up is fabulous what unfolds. A great short story and all I can say is I wanted more!
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