I have been looking forward to this book since Dahlia first announced it was coming - maybe even before that. After meeting Graham in After the Scrum, I was most definitely intrigued to find out more about the illusive wanderer that he was.
So, sweet of I go starting this book, thinking that it is just gonna be another two guys meeting through mutual acquaintances and having a bit of fun not realizing it is turning in to more.. and then BANG the rug is pulled out from under me and circumstances I didn't even see coming happen and I was hooked.
Loyalty, strength, humour and love play a massive part in this story and I couldn't commend BC more for his amazing-ness he portrayed through out the entire story. Seriously was a top bloke.
I don't wanna say to much as I firmly believe everyone who reads this book should go in blind and go on the journey as the author expertly takes you on.
As much as I loved it being set in Britain (being English), some times I find the "Britainisms" a bit to much and kinda rolled my eyes through some of it so that was my only real downfall TBH.
Graham Hodson lives for adventure. His entire life has revolved around his obsessive wanderlust. His inner fear of staying in one place or being with one person for too long has kept him on the go. The last thing he expects is a sudden diagnosis to ground his travel—permanently.
Boyce “BC” Brooks has screwed up his lifelong dream of being the captain of the English national rugby team. He’s lost everything. When his uncle leaves him an inn and a dog in Cornwall, he has little choice but to try his hand at innkeeper.
Can two jokesters kicked around by life and their own decisions find stability when their world shakes beneath their feet?