When Molly Baker is paired up with Carson Rhodes for a two week tour of the country for a magazine conglomerate, she is less than thrilled. She’s engaged and he’s a ladies man. They set off, she writing about what they see and he taking the photographs, and everything changes.
All the Way from Texas is very predictable, though that’s not necessarily a bad thing. The characters are full of stereotypes and some of the things said are just plain weird. It’s told in close third person point of view, but who the narrator is focused on changes, sometimes from paragraph to paragraph. At first, this was kind of disorienting but once I got used to it, I discovered it actually worked pretty well. This book reads fast and is a decent mind vacation.
3 (out of 5) Stars