Driving In Neutral

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  • ebook
  • 220 pages
  • Driving In Neutral
  • Sandra Antonelli
  • 18 October 2017
  • 0857991817

About the Author: Sandra Antonelli

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Driving In Neutral A New, Quick Witted, Quip Heavy Romance For Grown Ups From Sandra Antonelli About Facing Your Fears Because Love Is The Greatest Risk Of All Levelheaded Olivia Regen Walks Away From Her Car Racing Career And The Wreckage Of A Bad Marriage To Take On New Work That S Far Removed From The Twists Of Racetrack Her New Life Is About Control, Calm And The Good Friends That She Adores But Her First Task On Her Very First Day Involves Getting Up Close And Too Personal With Her Claustrophobic Boss, Alone In A Broken Elevator Her Unconventional Solution For Restoring His Equilibrium Shocks Them Both And Leaves Olivia Shaken Determined To Stick To Her Plan, Olivia Drives Headlong Into Work And Planning Her Best Friend S Wedding, Leaving No Room For Kissing, Elevators, Or Workplace Relationships But Emerson Is Not One To Be Out Manoeuvred Can He Convince Olivia That Her Fear Of Falling In Love Again Is Just Another Kind Of Claustrophobia One That Is Destined To Leave Them Both Lonely

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10 thoughts on “Driving In Neutral

  1. Roz ~ My Written Romance says:

    I was provided with an ARC of this book by Escape Publishing via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.While his sartorial choice said Lamborghini Diablo, the raging timbre of his voice said 1982 Datsun 210 with a rusted, holey mufflerRight from the moment that they get stuck in the elevator, and all the way throughout this fantastic book, it was clear to me that this was going to rev my reading engine pardon the terrible pun.I do harp on about it, but I love reading about the li I was provided with an ARC of this book by Escape Publishing via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.While his sartorial choice said Lamborghini Diablo, the raging timbre of his voice said 1982 Datsun 210 with a rusted, holey mufflerRight from the moment that they ...

  2. Sally906 says:

    DRIVING IN NEUTRAL was a great little read and had me laughing out loud onthan one occasion The bridezilla whose wedding was central to the story was something to behold although I probably would have walked out and left her rather than pampering to her bad behaviour Olivia was either demented or a saint for putting up with her It did take me a while to settle into the stories as there were a few characters that all seemed to be introduced at once after the elevator scene, and it too DRIVING IN NEUTRAL was a great little read and had me laughing out loud onthan one occasion The bridezilla whose wedding was central to the story was something to behold although I probably would have walked out and left her rather than pampering to her bad behaviour Olivia was either demented or a saint for putting up with her It did take me a while to settle into the stories as there were a few characters that all seemed to be introduced at once after the elevator scene, and it took me a while to work out which characters I should be concentrating on It also verged onto farcical rather than funny once or twice which again had me wanting to slap the characters concerned the two bridesmaids come to mind here The romance between Emerson and Olivia was very gradual and I liked that they weren t in bed with each other from page one the kiss in the elevator doesn t count as that was medicinal I also liked the conflict that needed to be overcome, although I felt tha...

  3. Jenny Schwartz says:

    Years ago and the fact that I can write years ago and mean years shows how much I appreciate Sandra s older heroines and heroes , I used to watch classic movies on Sunday afternoon Cary Grant being smooth, Katherine Hepburn being cool, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers making me dream Good memories Driving in Neutral reminded me of those old movies not because it s set in the old days, but because it has an underlying level of sophistication that is never in your face The sense of farc Years ago and the fact that I can write years ago and mean years shows how much I appreciate ...

  4. AusRomToday says:

    I started reading Driving in Neutral with a to do list that spanned 2 a4 pages telling myself I d read a chapter then get back to my work Do you think that happened Nope Once I started there was no way to put this one down and I must confess to devouring the entir...

  5. Marg says:

    Actually started reading this about a month ago which is actuallyabout me than the book.

  6. Elisabeth Lane says:

    DNF The head hopping was bad enough new perspective every three paragraphs , but when I hit the poorly rendered dialect I had to stop A word on dialect First, don t But if you have to, it can t be I one sentence and Ah the next You can t have ...

  7. Vivian Jane ✯ says:

    ARC provided by Netgalley for an honest reviewQuotes may differ upon publication No rating DNF 30%Too confusing Almost every paragraph was from a different POV and it required me stop and try to figure what was happening.Don t get me wrong, the beginning was great, plus I love heroines who are tough and put up a fight, but it s just the writing I m not planning on spending two hours of my life reading a book where I spend every page trying to figure out who s thoughts I m currently ARC provided by Netgalley for an honest reviewQuotes may differ upon publication No rating DNF 30%T...

  8. Lyn Taylor says:

    I didn t mind this book although I did get a bit lost at times with who s POV I was reading Seemed to waffle on in some places but had me laughing out loud in others The ending was disappointing and felt unresolved.

  9. Jenny says:

    DNF 23%Maybe it s me, but I felt SO LOST reading the first 23% of this book I was confused with who was speaking and there was no immediate attachment to the characters Ho hum.

  10. Jocelyn says:

    Another great read by Sandra Antonelli