In every life there is always that…one.
Twenty-one year old Laura Sedgwick is a rebel without a cause. Her only plans for life are to make no plans She revels in her fascination of the unexpected as she navigates her way through mid -1990’s Dallas nightlife. One very bad night brings her face to face with the one man likely to change her mind about…well…everything.
Twenty-three year old Seth Whitaker has every intention of seeing through with his well mapped out life. He is a hard working over-achiever that has no intentions of slowing his pace for anyone. With a fierce determination to not let life pass him by without taking a huge bite, he finds himself inexplicably drawn to the one distraction that could keep him from his best laid plans. Little did he know his determination to keep his life on track would be the very thing to trigger the events that change the course of both their lives.
In this life she had only done one thing right…
…and she was his only chance at salvation.
Review by Tenise
I’ve been in a bit of a funk lately, nothing was grabbing and keeping my attention. I went waaaay back in my TBR and found this gem. 4 years it sat there waiting to be read, I can’t believe I had such an amazing book in my possession and didn’t even realize it.
Laura and Seth’s story starts all the way back in 1997. Back when people carried around pagers and had landline telephones. The book spans 15+ years and tells a story of first love, happiness, heartache, and oh so much more. I laughed with them, cried with them, and also reminisced about mine and my wife’s story that is so similar to that of Laura and Seth’s that it was almost eerie. I loved every word on every page. It’s going to be hard to move on from Room 212, but it was totally worth the book hangover it gave me.
USA Today bestselling author and Texas native, Kate Stewart, lives in North Carolina with her husband, Nick, and her naughty beagle, Sadie. She pens messy, sexy, angst-filled contemporary romance, as well as romantic comedy and erotic suspense. Kate’s title, Drive, was named one of the best romances of 2017 by The New York Daily News and Huffington Post. Drive was also a finalist in the Goodreads Choice awards for best contemporary romance of 2017. Her works have been featured in USA TODAY, BuzzFeed, and translated in five languages.
Kate is a lover of all things ’80s and ’90s, especially John Hughes films and rap. She dabbles a little in photography, can knit a simple stitch scarf for necessity, and on occasion, does very well at whiskey.
Contact Kate- Emailemail@example.com