Driving Me Crazy

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Working for a limousine company that supplies twenty-four hour service, Peggy Anton loves her job. That is, until she has to be at the beck and call of celebrity, Kent Reynolds - an arrogant, womanizing man who thinks he can have whatever he wants, whenever he wants, including her. His way of thinking and his inappropriate actions almost cost Peggy the job she loves.
Finding herself in the same position one year later, Peggy must deal with Kent’s obnoxious, self -centered personality once again. Spending more time with the actor, she finds herself falling for the one man she thought she never would. After realizing she has feelings for Kent, she meets British journalist Jeff Birmingham, a man who treats a woman the way she should be treated. Peggy now finds herself torn between two men, and doesn’t know which man is right for her.
From a woman’s point of view, this book is a bit unrealistic in that Peggy finds herself falling in love with two men, all within days of each other. It’s also hard to distinguish the timeline in this story, the transitions aren’t clear and readers find themselves scratching their head trying to figure it out. The plot itself is very predictable, and the characters are lacking depth but with a little work this story has great potential.
Tonya Smalley