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Driven (Shomi) by Eve Kenin
Review by Gayle Dixon
Love Spell Mass Market  ISBN/ITEM#: 050552709X
Date: 28 August 2007 List Price $6.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

Bodice-ripping meets the frozen tundra in this perky, near-future post-apocalyptic romance novel. It's every woman's fantasy: be a little better looking, a little faster, a little smarter, and a lot sexier than anyone else on the planet. Of course, you are also a trained killer. That's a good start. Then be universally abused by every human being on the planet you have post-puberty contact with, add a gorgeous guy with superhuman strengths, who has no emotions, and speaks without using contractions. Stir well with a monstrously-evil villain equipped with an army of henchman, action scenes, and melt-down sex, and the female reader finds an easy read, tough to put down during the bedroom scenes and just intriguing enough to pick back up after the inevitable interruptions of daily life.

From official release/information:

Book Description: ROAD WARRIOR -- Raina Bowen knows she can handle herself just fine against anything the harsh Northern Waste throws at her. Until it throws her an enigmatic stranger called Wizard. First, she has to haul him out of a brawl he can't hope to win. And next, her libido is shooting into overdrive at the feel of his hard body pressed against hers on the back of her snowscooter. But there's something not quite right about this guy. Before she can strip bare Wizard's secrets, they're lured into a race for their lives, battling rival truckers, ice pirates...and a merciless maniac with a very personal vendetta.

(Source: Love Spell)

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