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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Enjoyable contemporary romance

    Over Fourteen years ago, Brent Zartlich fled his hometown of Beason¿s Ferry, Texas where he was considered unacceptable trash. Over the subsequent years, Brent became a successful TV news anchor, and is now currently working in Houston. Only a request from his old school friend Laura Beth Morgan could ever get him to return home. <P>Brent agrees to participate in the dating game fund-raiser at the town¿s annual Bluebonnet Homes Tour. His only stipulation is that Laura Beth be one of the three female candidates. At the event, Brent easily identifies Laura Beth as the wholesome contestant among the three women ¿dying¿ for a date with him. He selects her, but is shocked when a beautiful woman comes from behind the barrier separating them. She looks nothing like the squirt that was like a little sister to him. As Laura Beth and Brent get to know each other as adults, he falls in love with her, an emotion she always felt for him. However, she symbolizes picket fence living, which does not fit into his career plans. <P>DRIVE ME WILD is a warm contemporary romance that sub-genre fans will enjoy. The lead couple is a wonderful duo, especially Brent with his struggle between needing love and wanting to succeed in his chosen profession. The support cast provides a glimpse into life in a small Texas town. The romance between two secondary characters, who happen to be delightful opposites, makes for a more complete tale as readers will fully enjoy Julie Ortolon¿s ability to blend that sub-plot into the wonderful prime story line. <P>Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2011

    Very good!

    I have read several other books by this author and this one did not disappoint. I could not turn the pages fast enough.

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