Mon
Jul 14 2014 7:10am

Who’s Your Ideal Fictional Road Trip Companion?

My One and Only by Kristan HigginsIt's road trip season and while many families and friends are piling into their cars for some good ol' fashioned togetherness, we've been having road trip and vacation romances on the brain! Last week I talked about road-trip romances and how those close quarters can lead to some pretty fun (and sexy) times between a hero and heroine—and sometimes is the only way they would have gotten together in the first place! A lot of you chimed in with your own favorite road romances, but it got us thinking: if you could have one fictional character as your road trip companion, who would it be?

Would you want someone who was an excellent navigator? Or maybe someone who could keep you laughing on the long road? Let us know in the comments who your ideal travelling companion would be!

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8 comments
Jennifer Proffitt
1. JenniferProffitt
I'm currently re-reading Dark Desires After Dusk (Cade and Holly's story) by Kresley Cole so since it's so fresh in my mind, I think that will be my pick for today. Though Cade is a total slob, but there would be some awesome jams, and he would make great conversation!
Megan Frampton
2. MFrampton
Given that my sense of geography is nil, and my ability to read a map is equally abysmal, I would want someone whose phone had a GPS and who wouldn't get mad when I got lost.

Oh, and if he were tall and foxy, that'd be a bonus.
Lege Artis
3. LegeArtis
Rupert Carsington! :)
Clearly I put laugh before those pesky things like navigation. :P
Jennifer Proffitt
4. JenniferProffitt
I agree with @MFrampton, that navigation would be pretty important but @LegeArtis, you would be laughing while you're lost so a lot can be said for that--like quite a lot.
Carmen Pinzon
6. bungluna
I never forgot how Cain McGregor, hero of NR's "Tempting Fate" took the heroine antiqueing for furniture for her new office and haggled for her. I would like someone like him on a road trip, who will stop and explore without complaining about the delays.
Jennifer Proffitt
7. JenniferProffitt
OMG, @ LegeArtis, **Succumb to Hiddles-induced flails** I would like to go on a roadtrip with Loki/Tom. I'll take him in either form, clearly. But I imagine I'll get in quite a bit more trouble with Loki.

@bungluna, that sounds adorably perfect! I
Teddy Pierson
8. TeddyP
The Devil
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