Driving Me Wild

Driving Me Wild

by Mia Carter

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I never in a million years thought that finding a lost pair of keys would lead to adventure.

All my life, I’ve been perfectly average. Compared to the rest of my high-achieving, type-A family, it feels impossible to stand out. While I’d love to make my big artistic dreams happen, I’m kind of stuck, thanks to a bunch of lame things like “affordable rent” and “keeping the internet on.” Dreaming doesn’t pay the bills. Freelance design work and part-time rideshare driving does. And it’s nice, for the most part. Finding a passenger’s thumb drive usually means reporting, returning, yay-hurrah-good-job-me. Except this time.

This time, I put the thumb drive in my computer. Hey, I’m just trying to be helpful! Suddenly a chat window pops up and the owner of the drive is bribing me to fly halfway across the world. Today. Turns out he's the super hot fare I haven't been able to stop thinking about...who just so happens to be Logan Weiss—the crazy-hot 29-year-old billionaire known as "the most eligible bachelor in tech”. What the hell am I even doing?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781640638525
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 09/16/2019
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 255
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Mia Carter, writer, coffee lover, music fan, and avid action/horror movie-watcher. Mia was born in central California and grew up in the Bay Area with her family. Mia relocated to the colorful state of Colorado a few years ago and has loved it ever since. She resides in the heart of Colorado Springs with her two adorable doggie-writing assistants. Her k-9 companions enjoy sitting at her feet while she plots out her next adventure on the pages of her notebook. Mia writes in the young-adult genre, adding a touch of romance and horror to her stories.

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Driving Me Wild 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Bookishly_Nerdy 21 hours ago
Drivng Me Wild by Mia Carter was so cute and the most perfect read. Chloe had some insecurities that had deeply affected her previous relationships. But she was determined to make the “most” of her life while still being happy. She finds some kind of fulfillment being a “Dryvr” driver and working on her freelance work and her web comic brings her joy and allows her to be herself. Logan Weiss was a self made billionaire and being drained by it. He had 27 hour days with no vacation or days off. And he makes a rookie mistake, leaving his keys containing super secret company secrets in Chloe’s car. And then makes his way to Helsinki. Chloe does the right thing and reports it missing. And then gets in contact with Logan and somehow ends up going on a trip to Helsinki. Cause that’s normal right? Logan and Chloe have outrageous chemistry and they don’t hold back. But both had severe communication faults. Neither of them communicated. Like at all. And when Chloe found something that needed explaining on Logan’s phone, she ran rather than confront him. Logan Weiss had issues and they came to the forefront of his mind with the relationship/feelings he gets with Chloe. However, Logan gets ticked off and does something about it almost immediately. Whereas Chloe wallows, as she’s allowed to, for a bit longer. And Logan came back with a vengeance. The way he fights for her is so cute and sexy. He really wants the best for her and it’s the sweetest thing ever. Chloe and Logan overcome, in part, their issues but not the way you think. Mia Carter uses this quote that I loved: I blush at you, and shake my head. “I didn’t change you.” “No,” he says, with a smile, “but you were there, in my way, a sign that I needed to change myself, or miss out on something that mattered. I adore that quote, for several reasons. Oftentimes we find our heroes and heroines changing because their loved one “made them want to become a better person for them”. And sometimes that can have detrimental effects on the relationship. I’m not saying always but that can be seen in several books. But Chloe and Logan don’t do that. They wanted to change for themselves. They just needed the push that the other person provided.
2kasmom 22 hours ago
Logan meets this amazingly charming young lady on the way to the airport. How did he find her? She is his driver for this trip. In a hurry, he rushes off - leaving something behind. If he is to get his project off the ground, he had better talk that charming driver into making a spontaneous trip to where he is. Chloe drives lots of people. She tries to make money to survive while she is working on getting her art to pay her rent. Then the trip drops in her lap. This trip is a chance of a lifetime, returning keys a billionaire asks for. He needs help. Is it crazy? I found this book very entertaining. I loved the banter. The heat grew in intensity and was weaved nicely throughout the story. The pace was steady. I really found this one hard to put down. ***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publishers, in exchange for an honest review.
FizzaYounis 23 hours ago
I loved it! It's very interesting, well-written, and has amazing characters. I especially enjoyed how the story started. That was fun and I was intrigued right from page one. Both Chloe and Logan are perfect for each other and their story is worth reading. Chloe has a degree in arts but she mostly works as a freelancer. Logan is a self-made billionaire, who is a tech genius. They meet unexpectedly as if fate has intervened. Soon, they're spending more time together and realizing that their might be something behind their instant attraction to each other. Honestly, I couldn't put down this book. It is one of the best billionaire romances I've read in a while. There wasn't even a single boring moment but I do think that the characters were the best part of this story. They're both the kind of people I love to read about. So, I thoroughly enjoyed it and I'd recommend it to all contemporary romance readers.
HeyerFan1 23 hours ago
Lust rather than Love 3.5*. I loved the humour in this book, especially in the online chat between the H and h and with the three sisters but I was disappointed that safe sex wasn’t practised (pregnancy is not the only risk) and I didn’t understand why a stranger was tasked to bring the H his thumb drive rather than his assistant or an employee. Each chapter is told from alternate POV but whilst their individual insecurities came across well, I didn’t really feel any emotional connection between the two of them. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
kandksmom5912 1 days ago
This is the first book that I have read from this author and I really enjoyed it. Chloe and Logan were such a great couple. They first meet in a ride share and that was just the beginning of their adventure together. Logan lost his flash drive while in her car as she was driving him the airport and Chloe ends up traveling to get it back to him so he can do his presentation. This chance meeting of two very different people will turn into something that they didn’t realize that they needed. If you are looking for a quick read that has laughs, romance and heat then this is the book for you.
Mamapeachie 1 days ago
Sometimes a story just hits you [right where it counts] and this one definitely did it for me. I loved Chloe and Logan - both were so full of self-doubt and feelings of wanting something just out of their reach, like they didn't deserve the happiness that they craved. I just really didn't want the story to end so obviously I felt the author did a great job of developing the characters. I'm not sure that I've ever read a story set in Helsinki, Finland and I really enjoyed the descriptions of the city through an artists' eye. I received a free Advanced Reader's Copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion and I will definitely look for more books written by Mia Carter!