From beginning to end, outrageous and hilarious situations pop up for Rose, Jenny, and Kat-three best friends who set out on a road trip across the country. Along the way, they manage to get themselves into trouble with the law, in the presence of a rock star, and finding a stowaway on their behemoth, sixties RV, affectionately referred to as "Gypsy". Each chapter brings more comedy, but there is also some very tender moments as the women open up about the issues in their life. Miller's writing is genuine and I felt like I knew each of the women personally by the end of the story. While the book contains many amusing scenes, I ultimately consider this a novel based on the importance of friendships and learning to cope with change. Five stars and I'm eagerly looking forward to the next one!