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    Carpooling

    This was a easy quick read. Loved it and recommend
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    An enjoyable romance.

    Another really good book from Ms. Adams. I enjoyed the story & how it all came together for them at the end. Enjoyable!
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    fun friends to enemy

    https://booknerdloleotodo.blogspot.com/ I was first introduced to Noelle Adams when she wrote under the name Claire Kent. I loved her book “Escort.” Even though “Carpool” is not an erotica like Escort, Adams still had me captivated by the main characters and I wanted to see how they would resolve their conflict. Marcus Greene and Jennifer are opposites. Where she was the good girl, Marcus was the legendary bad boy. They always had a bit of conflict between them. Jennifer always saw Marcus as unnecessarily difficult although very attractive. When Jennifer needs a ride to work he becomes her only option. Jennifer hates to ask Marcus for the help but other than moving out of town and closer to their common place of employment she has few other options. During their shared commute they slowly start to peel back their layers. During the 45 minute commute back and forth they begin to get to know each other. Marcus confesses that his reputation sometimes frustrated him but he stuck around his hometown to help his parents. In a similar situation, Jennifer is in a similar situation. She is also taking care of her grandma who is in a nursing home and facing health issue. Although Jennifer is attracted to Marcus she is not aware of his attraction to her. Marcus takes it slow until he is sure that Jennifer is open to taking their friendship to the next level. Overall, this was a short and fun read. Adams provided enough tension and chemistry between the main characters. She also added enough substance to their personalities to make them likeable. The conflict that arises is small but enough to help them see that they both have strong feelings for each other. Another aspect that I really like is that even though this is a short read, I am already looking forward to the next story in the series, “Office Mate”. “Office Mate” is about her friend Becky and her new office mate, the new English Professor. The immediately dislike one another and I immediately wanted to read the story!
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    Cute, fun, sexy

    This was so cute and fun with a low angst undercurrent to it. Who ever thought that carpooling could be so sexy? When Jennifer’s car is in for repairs, she asks Marcus, the one person she’s always tried to avoid, if she can carpool with him to work. As the only two people in their small town that work 45 minutes away in Milford, she’s desperate for him to agree. Their relationship starts off awkward, sometimes frustrating, and definitely aggravating, but quickly changes to something deeper as they begin to open up to one another. Jennifer was always the good girl, in her family and in her town. She’d not only been told about that bad boy Marcus, she’d seen some of it firsthand. I enjoyed watching her perception of him change even as her feelings for him began to morph into more. ”For some reason, this man can tempt me to do things I’d never consider before. My grandmother was right all along about how dangerous he is.” We never really get a chance to get to know Marcus as this is written in the heroine’s point of view. However, there are lots of subtle hints that allow us to guess as to what he’s feeling. I loved the way he challenged Jennifer to reach for more out of life. In contrast, she helped him to see the need for family and community. While the chemistry between them is a bit lacking in the beginning, as they move forward it begins to sizzle and build until my Kindle was on fire. You will be able to read this in one sitting if you desire, and I did. The characters are sweet and caring, both with their own quirks that helped them to shine. Secondary characters are minimal, with the exception of Jennifer’s best friend – I’m pretty sure her story will be up next. Definitely a fresh and original story by a master story teller!
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    Cute

    The story is short and easy to read the characters are cute and fun to read about. Will look at other books from this author.
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