Title: Confessions of a Carpool Captive
Author: Dawn L. Chiletz
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Release Date: March 24, 2017
This book was a breath of fresh air and I couldn’t stop smiling the entire book… well except when I crying, and frustrated. Although, even when I was frustrated, I was still smiling. This book. was full of surprised and I really didn’t want to put the book down. Once I finished, I immediately messaged the author because I NEED more of this book. I wouldn’t call it entirely clean, because there is some sex but it wasn’t a constant and I did’t feel the need to skim it because it was just too much.
I love Dawn’s writing, because even if the story seems simple and straight forward she always has these little gems and twists and turns waiting to be discovered and it makes it that much more enjoyable. It takes what is a great romcom above and beyond that into a story that you will want to read again and again.
I fell for Finn right off of the bat, Finn and Liz have one of the most unique meet-cute’s I have ever read and I can tell you right now, I will NEVER forget it!
“It’s like we’re magnets. Complete opposites in every way yet pulled together by an unknown force.”
Get ready to be captivated by this story!
My name is Liz Foley. I love my accounting job because I’d rather deal with numbers than talk to people.
My best traits:
I have (RBF) Resting Bitch Face.
I give snarky come-backs.
I have no friends.
My worst traits:
I speak in run-on sentences when I get nervous.
I’m attracted to assholes.
Enter Finnigan Walsh – the new guy at work.
His best traits:
He’s kind of hot, I suppose.
He has a working car.
He sings to me and brings me coffee.
Nothing ever gets to him, even when I add more people to our carpool.
His worst traits:
I don’t like him. At least, that’s what I keep telling myself.
After all, it’s not about how fast you get there. It’s the journey. Right?
Damn this carpool.
You’d better buckle up.
Dawn L. Chiletz is the author of The Contest, Waiting to Lose, Enough, Can’t You See, and The Fabulist. She currently resides in Illinois with her husband, two boys, and three dogs. In the summer of 2014, armed with a dream from the night before, she sat at her kitchen table while her boys played on their computers and began the first words of “The Contest.” She’s been writing and drinking large amounts of coffee ever since.