Drive Me Home by Chrissy Munder

Dreamspinner Press

M/M Contemporary

ISBN: 978-1-935192-92-3

Reviewed by Ley



Ericís life was turned up side down when the person he thought of as family turned their back on him and took away everything he loved. Eric hit rock bottom and found himself drifting through life. Ending up in Las Vegas, a place for lonely hearted loss souls seemed inevitable. Taking a job as a limo driver Eric finds himself surrounded by individuals who will make an impact on his life and future.  Two of those people are as different as night and day.

Brad, the garage mechanic where Eric works, makes him feel alive and his attraction to Brad is instant and strong. Marc, a wealthy casino owner, has much more to offer Eric, especially security wise. Choosing between the two isnít easy for Eric.

Drive Me Home is a tangled web of a story that is encased in mystery, misery, and despair. Eric is emotionally torn apart as most of his family has passed away or was taken away from him. He is alone and he never thought too much about how his actions may affect others.  The story starts with him in a very self-destructive state. I have so much pity for him, but I was also turned off by his actions.  I know he is hurting, but the fact that he cares so little for his personal well being really bothered me. 

I was actually bothered by a few of the characters and their actions in this story because not many of them were very likable.  Even with that said, I could not put this book down. The story had me intrigued and I needed to know what happened next and what the outcome would be. Readers who like to be taken on an emotional rollercoaster ride and donít mind having a love hate relationship with the main character will find Drive Me Home to be a very captivating read with some intriguing plot twists.


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