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Driving on the Left Paperback – July 21, 2016
About the Author
A family vacation trip to Sedona, Arizona, prompted me to start writing Jeep Tour, my first novel. I fell in love with the red rocks and blue skies and started imagining what it would be like to start your life over in such an amazing place. My second novel, Guessing at Normal, is a rock-and-roll love story featuring dreamy poet Jill and sexy rock star James Sheridan. My 4th novel 'Second Guessing' is due out in early February. A hopeless romantic, I am married to the love of my life. I am mom to two young adults and two cats, and I enjoy reading, music, and travel.
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This book was told with an alternating first-person POV so that the reader could see both sides of the coin with the main characters, and I thought it worked really well. The author did an admirable job in capturing the voices of both a mature, experienced woman and a giddy twentysomething who's in love for the first time. Like Becca, I was swept away by the thought of romance in a foreign land. Sean was not just eye candy, though, he was a well-developed character and I appreciated that the author gave him such an interesting backstory with his family so that he had conflict about more than just Becca. Also, it was nice to revisit Jackie 20+ years after the events of Jeep Tour and see how things had worked out for her and the man she chose. Being a travel geek who's not yet had the pleasure of visiting Ireland, I really enjoyed all the descriptive bits about the country that were sprinkled throughout the story. I felt like I was discovering Ireland right along with Jackie and Becca. I even googled the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge because I was so fascinated by what I'd read about it that I wanted to see it!
This book is a great read for anyone who enjoys Women's Fiction, Romance, and/or mother/daughter stories. Although it's technically a sequel, I think it works just fine as a standalone as the author does a deft job of filling in the reader on Jackie's history when the book begins. Will Book 3 be a story about Becca and her daughter?
The author did such a remarkable job capturing the atmosphere and the emotions of the character, that I sometimes felt as if it was a true accounting of events. I especially like the easy camaraderie between Jackie and her daughter, Becca, and also her husband, Rob. Great chick lit.