In six months, Gwen Johnston turns thirty, and when she does, she vows she'll have her life together. She'll no longer be jumping from one job to another, from one relationship to the next. A new, more mature, Gwen will have emerged. She's giving herself one last hurrah across Canada to let all the wild out before she settles into the life her family wants for her. Blake Robinson knows what heartbreak feels like. It started with the realization his parents only truly cared about themselves. It expanded when he watched people surge after his medical convoy every time Doctors International withdrew from a violent area. It overwhelms when he watches the only woman he's ever loved die a thousand deaths in his nightmares. When Doctors International's latest assignment in the Democratic Republic of the Congo turns sour, Blake is given a mandatory six month leave of absence to take care of his mental health. After a phone call from his youngest sister asking him to walk her down the aisle in a few months, Blake opts to meander across Canada to arrive at his sister's doorstep just in time. But a chance encounter in British Columbia ends with Gwen and Blake agreeing to be adventure buddies. With a set of travel rules almost as long as their trip from British Columbia to Newfoundland, Blake and Gwen are destined to break every one, and in the process discover what they truly value.