Drive is one hot ride of a read! Aiden Dehart is one bad man but also a good guy and he just so happens to be helping the FBI. Okay so that rhymed, sorry about that, anyways...
I was pleasantly surprised at how much I really loved this book. I don't really know much about cars and have never really been interested in the details other than they get me to point b from point a. There is some car talk in Drive but it's not overly done and mostly it just gives me the notion that yes this is one bad car, it looks amazing, and can drive like a dream. I mean I do like the Fast & Furious movies and this definitely had that vibe going so I guess I shouldn't have been as surprised as I was that I enjoyed even the car aspects of the book. But as cool as all that was my main attraction to Drive was Aiden ( I so loved his character ), Madison, and their chemistry together. Aiden was exactly the type of male character to make me swoon... tough, passionate, and yet has a caring heart. Madison was fun too as she had this innocence about her despite being one heck of a roller derby player and a mouth that can definitely get her into trouble. I guess I like characters with multiple layers and that's exactly what I got from this novel. The others on the "team" were pretty cool too and I am looking forward to reading more about them in the following books of the series. So If you like hot guys with hot cars and romance with some suspense then Drive might just be the book for you.
** I received this book from the publisher for review purposes **