Review | Hairpin Curves by Elia Winters

Megan Harris had hopes of seeing the world, but at twenty-five she’s never even left Florida. Now a wedding invitation lures her to Quebec…in February. When her ex-friend Scarlett offers to be her plus-one (yeah, that’s a whole story) and suggests they turn the journey into an epic road trip, Megan reluctantly agrees to the biggest adventure of her life.

A week together in a car is a surefire way to kill a crush, and Scarlett Andrews has had a big one on Megan for years. The important thing is fixing their friendship.

As the miles roll away, what starts as harmless road-trip games and rest-stop dares escalates into something like intimacy. And when a surprise snowstorm forces Megan and Scarlett to hunker down without the open road as distraction, they’ve got a bigger challenge than making it to the church on time: facing the true nature of their feelings for each other.

Rating: 3 out of 5.

I wasn’t quite sure to expect with this one, since it appeared to be second chance+hate to love+road trip, but it was a fun and entertaining read! This one is definitely lighter and sweeter than a lot of angst filled romances, so that in and of itself was refreshing. Also, seeing Megan and Scarlett work through things and grow from their past relationship and issues was wonderful – but there were a lot of things that were predictable kind of standard in their description/feel. This definitely changed as the story got going and you really get into the meat of their relationship and go through their journey with them. If you’re looking for a summery romance that is F/F and all about learning to grow and trust again, then pick this one up.

Happy reading!

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