Abandoned, betrayed, and feeling forsaken by God, truck driver Randi Davis crisscrosses Wyoming with a broken heart, vowing never to love another man. Suddenly Matthew Carter a pastor in search of a mobile ministry, is thrust into her life and into her cab.
And there’s nothing she can do about it.
Matthew sees the seedier side of trucking every day, and he feels a pull toward the people there–a definite call to minster to them.
But getting this ministry established is proving more difficult than he imagined.
Soon Randi and Matthew find themselves at cross-purposes. His life on the road has just begun. Her eight-year-old niece needs a parent to come home to every day. Will this be the end of the road for Randi and Matthew’s romance?
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If you are looking for romance where the pedal hits the metal in a heart-racing ride, then Hearts On The Road is for you! I love romance with a unique twist, and Diana Brandmeyer’s delightful tale of two over-the-road truck drivers who meet and fall in love is just the ticket for a romantic road trip you will never forget. Julie Lessman-A Passion Most Pure
Diana Brandmeyer’s delightful romance Hearts on the Road stars crusty trucker Randi Davis, who is content with her female work partner and her single life. Her rig skids out of the careful route she’s planned for her life when she meets Matthew Carter, who longs to combine his passion for the Lord and a heart for those who drive 18-wheelers. –Patti Lacy
“Hearts on the Road” was an entertaining read, full of interesting information about life as a truck driver. The characters were memorable, especially sweet little Emma, Randi’s niece, who suddenly is in need of a mother. A traumatic turn of events toward the end of the book and heartfelt moments throughout make this a wonderful read. –Penny Zeller
Ms. Brandmeyer has spun a tale that will make you laugh, cry and believe that there is hope and not necessarily all that far from home. I highly recommend Hearts on the Road and look forward to her next work.–Jenny