Alexia Spencer and Jayden Michaels were
high school sweethearts. Jayden loved motocross racing
almost as much as he loved Alexia, he did not however want
to choose between the two loves of his life. Not even a
near-fatal accident could stop him from racing.
Alexia asked Jayden to stop racing
before it killed him. He chose racing, leaving Alexia
heartbroken and alone.
Ten years have come and gone. Alexia
and Jayden have moved on with their lives. They have not
forgotten each other and what they each meant to each other.
Could they rebuild the love they lost? Or has too much time
and pain flowed under the bridges of their lives?
Driven by Desire is a forceful and superb look
at lost love found. I found myself wanting Alexia and Jayden
to realize they still loved each other and had never
forgotten or gotten over each other. I was pulling for them
to talk and figure out they were what each other needed. Ms.
McLane has written a story that looks at how life can, in
one instance, go totally in a different direction than what
one expects and how people can grow in different directions
while still keeping their basic selves. I totally enjoyed
Driven by Desire and Joyfully Recommend it.