After her husband cheats on her, 22-year-old Ginny’s revenge is to go on tour with her beloved rock band, the Rolling Stones. She buys tickets to all their shows across America and hits the road – hoping to live spontaneously for once. On the way she meets waitress Bree, who was once the subject of a popular rock song and now has an estranged relationship with her teenage daughter. The women band together and teach each other a few life lessons. Being a huge music fan, I totally get the thrill of taking off to follow a tour – I’d do it in a heartbeat! The author clearly has her own fascination with the Rolling Stones and knows her stuff – although the facts about Keith Richard’s infamous tree fall have been altered slightly to fit into this story. Mostly though, I found the constant references to the band and their history dragged the story down. The characters’ personal journey also didn’t feel fully explored either. With a Thelma and Louise vibe, the book had a great premise but never really lived up to expectations. But then again, I guess you can’t always get what you want.