Tenacious trucker Jojo Boudreaux and her co-driver beau Tyler Boone spend their days and nights delivering cargo coast to coast. Old Blue, their custom Peterbilt tractor-trailer makes the perfect home for a man who never had one and a Louisiana tomboy who thinks an oven is for storing guns. But life on the road isn't all sing-a-longs and sunsets.
When Jojo and Boone are called in to deliver an abandoned load of high-profile pharmaceuticals to a secure warehouse, they delay their vacation for the quick, easy job with the big paycheck, forgetting that nothing quick and easy ever comes with a big paycheck.
There were parts of this story I enjoyed and other parts not so much. The narrator did a great job and that is what kept me listening to the end. I wouldn’t have finished it if I’d tried to read it. Some parts were simply not interesting. I chuckled at some parts and enjoyed the different voices. Overall, the only thing that kept this book from being perfect was the plot.