Book Reviews

Driving Me Crazy by L.M. Brown at Silver Publishing

Genre Gay / Contemporary / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Serena Yates on 04-May-2013

Book Blurb

They say that people in love do crazy things. Brandon Walker can certainly relate.

Lusting after Lee Cooper, his sexy driving instructor, isn't the most sensible reason for failing his driving test for the third time and when he discovers the damage he has inadvertently done to his instructor's reputation and business, Brandon knows that he is on his last chance.

After persuading Lee to give him one final course of driving lessons Brandon makes it his priority to figure out if the spark he feels between them is one-sided or whether he can persuade his sexy instructor to move their lessons from the front seat of the car to the back.

 

Book Review

What a hilariously funny story! And it isn't just the premise of a guy failing his driving test (repeatedly!) so he can keep seeing his gorgeous instructor, but everything else as well that had me laughing. The way he fails the test, the way they talk to each other, the driving instructor's reasoning, and finally the things they get up to in that car… but I am getting ahead of myself.

Brandon ay be working in construction, and he definitely doesn't sound shy, but he has a problem with asking his sexy driving instructor out. He has tried – and failed. So, he does the next best thing: he decides to fail his driving test. Actually, he claims the first time was an accident because he was so distracted with the realization he'd never see Lee again, but I am wondering whether it wasn't his subconscious, even back then. Anyway, he goes on to very "successfully fail" numbers two and three before he realizes the damage he's done to Lee's reputation!

Lee, meanwhile, has been quietly pulling his hair out. And not just because he cannot explain why Brandon, who drives perfectly well during their lessons, keeps failing the test. He also has some other concerns – but you're going to have to read about those yourself. Suffice it to say that the "moving of the lessons from the front to the back seat" is a major success.

If you like stories that make you laugh with the characters' antics, if you enjoy a mixture of humor and passionate heat, and if you're looking for a quick read that is guaranteed to cheer you up, you should give this short story a try. I think it's really well written and know it will stay with me for quite a while.

 

 

 

 

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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Short Story, 49 pages/9140 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 22-January-2011
Price
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