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    Racing + Djinn =????

    Ladies and gentlemen start your engines on this book. Driven by Christine Pope is hands down one of my favorite books of 2018, it’s got a little bit of everything action, romance, adventure, and racing. Did I mention racing? As a female who enjoys auto sports and cars, this was written very well. Pope captured the language used in racing sports or anyone who is a car fanatic will tell you. It felt as if you were in the drivers seat and handling the car. This is third book in the Djinn Dominion series, like the other two books in this series it’s a standalone novel. There is mention of background characters from the first book but it’s not necessary to have read it to start with this one. Of the three books in this series, this one is my favorite. It’s a race from start to finish, with Bailey and Nasim as they navigate the roads of Los Angeles and their relationship. The build up this relationship has it own twists, turns, and bumps in the road. (Sorry for the car analogies, can you tell that I’m a race fan?) We’ve got Bailey on the run and jut trying to survive in this post apocalyptic world. Nasim, a djinn, who is curious about the rumors of the woman who drives the sky colored Porsche. Their journey starts with Bailey trying to win her freedom from Nasim, but drives down a path that leads us to a beautiful relationship with neither of them wanting to part from the other. There are sexual scenes, so please be eighteen years or older to read this book. I did receive an ARC.

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