Review: Drive by Jacob Chance
Publication Date: December 1st, 2017
Rating: 4.5 stars
Kissing a complete stranger shouldn’t be a life altering experience, but with him it was. One look into his mischievous hazel eyes and our lips were colliding without a second thought.
Now, months later, not only do I know his name, we’ve also become friends. Good friends. The kind of friends that kiss and cuddle together, all night long. The kind of friends that fantasize about being horizontal or vertical...and very much naked.
I’d never been attracted to the football playing jocks, but Nick’s different. When he’s not being a professional flirt, he’s undeniably sweet and funny. For every excuse my mind comes up with to keep my distance, my body finds two reasons to give him a chance.
Can he make the final drive into my heart or will I keep him in the friend zone?
DRIVE is a sports romcom standalone.
When I first started reading Drive, I just knew I would fall head over heels in love with Nick. And I did. Nick was such a lovable character, and the more I kept reading, the more I realized I couldn’t get enough. Nick is fun, kind, loyal, and he’s the perfect book boyfriend. The main thing I liked about him was how he didn’t just give up. I wish I could’ve loved Carter the same, but boy did she frustrate me. At first I liked her, but then she would move backward when I just wanted her to move forward. Character development is such a key role in most books, but I really felt Carter didn’t grow as much as I thought she would.
Overall, Drive was by far the best book I’ve read from Jacob. It had a really strong storyline, and it kept me interested until the end. I would’ve also like to see more sports scenes, but it didn’t take away from the book. It was definitely a very sweet and romantic book, and I would recommend it to anyone looking for something light and funny to read.