Lilly is on the run and on her own.
She’s trying to make her way to her only chance of safety,
but with her pursuers at her heels, she might have to resort
to extreme measures. So, when she gets off the bus in the
middle of nowhere and sees her pursuers’ right behind her,
Lilly decides to “borrow” a car she sees on the lot of the
local dinner. However, when Lilly’s making her getaway,
mostly undetected, the owner of the car jumps in the car and
refuses to get out. Now, Lilly needs to decide what to do
about this stubborn man without involving him in the danger
that she’s in.
Jack has so far been having a pretty
routine day, but it’s only breakfast so things could
change. When he sees his car being driven out the lot of
the diner while being driven by the pretty woman he had
spotted earlier, Jack does the only thing he can – he jumps
into the passenger seat. Now, Jack can tell that this woman
is in trouble, but if he can get her to trust him maybe Jack
could help. Things could hardly be any worse with him
along, what with her being so accident prone and her utter
lack of sense of direction. Jack figures having him along is
a step up for her.
Now, they just need to avoid hired
killers, Lilly’s propensity to injure Jack and Mother
Nature’s surprises while they’re on the road.
I have to say that I never would have
picked up Carjacked had I been left to my own
devices, but I have to say it would have been my loss.
Carjacked is hilarious and a perfect book for an afternoon
when you are looking for a light read. Lilly finds herself
in the extraordinary situation of having to run from a
murderer; while Jack plays the knight in shining armor.
Both of them are incredibly entertaining and fun and their
chemistry is unmistakable. Carjacked is a
great book that reads along the lines of a wonderful
chick-flick; fun and engaging. Get Carjacked
for a day when you want mindless entertainment that also
packs plenty of steamy moments.