Reviewed: 2017-12-10 - (Review Updated: 2018-03-28)
I can’t speak for everyone, but I have often imagined how much fun it would be to jump into a motor home and wander about the country. In the summer you can go north to escape the heat and humidity. In the winter you can do the opposite. The whole time, you would have your “house” and all your stuff with you!
Live vicariously through Steve as he does just that. He’s not a real happy camper at first...he is distancing himself from a failed marriage and an untenable job situation. So he surrounds himself with “the bare necessities”: books, music, and sustenance. His job is portable and he is now free to ply his trade wherever he is needed.
Naturally, his travels include meeting a very agreeable woman who is in some distress.
As with all Tedbiker’s stories, his characters are easy to like and you may even feel a connection. In addition, he gifts us with a window on life in the U.K.
After only a little bit into the tale, I wanted to be Steve. Do read this one, and see if you don’t agree.