Warning: Contains explicit steamy sex, hot gay romance, and two alpha males fighting over the woman they love!
When Sam meets her sister's sexy mechanic, Verlaine, she instantly falls for those gorgeous brown eyes and rugged charms. Soon a steamy romance begins! But unfortunately, there's unfinished business between Sam and her ex-boyfriend, the charismatic billionaire, Marcus.
Sam's sister, Gemma, knows that only Marcus can save her vintage-car business from bankruptcy, but Marcus is determined to win back Sam and save the day. He certainly won't let the hired help muscle-in.
Will Sam choose the penniless new love or the wealthy ex? And how will she tame her childhood nemesis, the classic Bentley, to become the strong and powerful woman she's always wanted to be?
Throw in some hot gay side-characters, and you've got a sizzling romance to rev you up and set you free!
©2013 Julie Farrell (P)2014 Julie Farrell
Yes. It's a fun, entertaining and enjoyable story.
Her delivery of the story.
'Drive Me to You' (London Loves #1) by Julie Farrell is a fun, entertaining story. I really enjoyed this story and the characters. I'd recommend this book to all fans of romance with some chick lit and suspense too! Can't wait to read the next book in the London Loves series 'Romancing the Real You'.
This book was very refreshing to me. It was about family, friends, love and living life in the moment. It had a lot of twists and turns, kept you wanting not to put it down. I really enjoyed Driving Me to You by Julie Farrell and plan on continuing the series.
I usually haven't read or listened to books similar to this one. I really was refreshed and enjoyed the story line.What I really liked was that it wasn't continually one hot and steamy sex scene after another, but actually had a story line!
She was a very good reader and had the accent that went with the story.
At times I thought this book was funny, but also sad in a few spots. Not too much sex which was nice I thought...
I plan to read the remaining books in the series and more books by this author.
I love this. I read the but the audio was such a treat. I love the accent and you truly enjoy the dialogue much better when it's spoken by someone that knows it. I realized I pronounce Verlaine name wrong the time. The story was so much funnier now to me than before. This is my second audio and I'm hooked.
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