Driving on the Left

Driving on the Left A trip of a lifetime and a love that changes everything Becca Colby was not expecting to fall in love while vacationing in Ireland with her mother yet she falls hard for sexy tour guide Sean Donovan

  • Title: Driving on the Left
  • Author: Gail Ward Olmsted
  • ISBN: 9780692714874
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Paperback
  • A trip of a lifetime and a love that changes everything Becca Colby was not expecting to fall in love while vacationing in Ireland with her mother, yet she falls hard for sexy tour guide Sean Donovan He s everything she never knew she wanted, but a summer fling is a complication that she really doesn t need right now Becca s got a life waiting for her back home, but SeanA trip of a lifetime and a love that changes everything Becca Colby was not expecting to fall in love while vacationing in Ireland with her mother, yet she falls hard for sexy tour guide Sean Donovan He s everything she never knew she wanted, but a summer fling is a complication that she really doesn t need right now Becca s got a life waiting for her back home, but Sean may be just too good to resist Her mom Jackie knows all too well how a seductive stranger can change the entire course of your life, so how can she advise her daughter to resist Sean s charms And besides, Jackie has a problem of her own She needs to decide just how much she is willing to sacrifice for the man she loves.Driving on the Left celebrates the unbreakable bond between mother and daughter two women with only one week to make decisions that will affect the rest of their lives as they travel through the beautiful Irish countryside.

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    1. It's deja vu for Jackie Sullivan when her daughter, Becca, is smitten by Sean, the hunky and charming tour guide who's squiring them around the Irish countryside. Jackie knows all about vacation romance as she fell instantly in lust with her tour guide when she was visiting Arizona years before Becca was born. Jackie was so ga ga over Rick that she quit her job and moved cross-country to be with him! While she wants her daughter to be happy, she doesn't want to see this new romance derail her li [...]

    2. Driving on the Left follows on from Ms Olmsted's novel, Jeep Tour. Becca's parents Jackie and Rob have their part in this story and although characters from the previous book are mentioned, this story is nevertheless a standalone. One generation later, Jackie and Becca embark on a tour of Ireland with sexy Sean Donnovan as their tour leader. There is an immediate attraction between Becca and Sean and Jackie ruefully admits that karma has come back to bite her. Sean has women throwing themselves [...]

    3. Another awesome story by Gail Olmsted. I loved jeep tour but this is equally as good. We are introduced to Jackie daughter becca who is 21. They are taking a holiday in Ireland and Sean is their hunky tour guide who becca falls head over heals in love with. Of course Jackie doesn't want her to make the same mistakes she did years earlier when she left her marriage and moved to sedona when she fell for rick the tour guide on the jeep tour. The story pulls you in from the very beginning with the r [...]

    4. Oh what is not to love about this book! I loved how the author told alternating points of view in the book, it was so nice reading mom and daughters perspectives! I really enjoyed the story. Mom and daughter vacationdaughter falls in love.I had such a hard time putting down and going to bed at night! I cannot wait to read more from this author!

    5. A VERY fun read !The descriptions of both Sedona and Ireland were so vivid . I live in Arizona and have been to Sedona many times and I have taken a two week tour in Ireland, which was always a dream of mine . AND even though I loved every thing I saw and experienced the Dingle Penenseial was my very favorite. I was sad to see the book end, I loved the characters.

    6. Driving On The Left, is not what I expected. It was a pleasant surprise. Told from alternating POV, this book is a wonderful depiction of relationships, mother/daughter, husband/wife and quick crushes. The author did such a remarkable job capturing the atmosphere and the emotions of the character, that I sometimes felt as if it was a true accounting of events. I especially like the easy camaraderie between Jackie and her daughter, Becca, and also her husband, Rob. Great chick lit.

    7. Slow goingI really wanted to love this book. Touring Ireland, finding love, mothers and daughters Jax and Bex are likeable enough but one-dimensional. Jax and her husband Rob are eternally in love and their biggest conflict is whether to run their separate but equally successful businesses or travel And if they travel, will it be domestic or abroad? Bex is brilliant and always does well, but is hiding the horrifying secret that she has to write a paper to get the diploma that she told everyone s [...]

    8. Received a copy in exchange for an honest review.Driving on the left is the story of Jackie and her daughter Becca who take a trip from Arizona to Ireland. To begin with I was introduced to the characters through a little back story before the Ireland trip began.Nomad tours is a guided tour service of Ireland and the tour guide, Sean, is a hit with most of the ladies on the tour. Although a little older than her, Becca sets her sights on the tall, sexy Sean and homes in like a missile.Once back [...]

    9. Originally reviewed for Chick Lit Central (chicklitcentral)I really appreciated the mother/daughter dynamic between Jackie and Becca. Even though there are undercurrents of friendship, I got the impression that Jackie in no uncertain terms has laid down the groundwork for what she feels is an appropriate relationship to have with her young adult daughter. She knows she needs to let go of the reigns, allowing Becca to live her own life, but she also wants to ensure Becca won’t make the same mis [...]

    10. The relationship between Jackie and Becca was interesting. They are mother and daughter, they seem very close, and they are going on an overseas vacation together. I saw so much of myself in Jackie, the mother. The need to control, make decisions, and question Becca’s actions are something that I find in myself. It does drive my family crazy sometimes just as it drove Becca crazy sometimes. As with most mothers Jackie was worried that Becca was going to follow in her footsteps and make mistake [...]

    11. FTC: I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review. I received no other compensation and the opinions expressed in this review are one hundred percent true and my own.Driving On The Left by Gail Olmsted was a good book. I did read the other book in this series and if you want to check out what I thought of that book you can click here to read that review. I enjoyed the characters in the book, but I knew I would because I liked them in the first book. I love [...]

    12. I've enjoyed Jeep Tour and I always worry that a follow-up story will not be as good but this one didn't disappoint! M lovother and daughter are touring Ireland, there's a sexy tour guide with an Irish accent - I was hooked. Writing from a first person perspective, the author gives us glimpses into the thoughts of both mother and daughter, their fears and pain, their joys and love for each other. Jackie is worried her daughter is making the same mistake she made all those years ago and Becca has [...]

    13. "Driving on the Left" by Gail Ward Olmstead is my first read from this author and I loved it. It is a sequel to a book called 'Jeep Tour' but it is also a read alone book. Jackie and her daughter Becca are on vacation in Ireland. Becca is 21 years old and her Mom is trying to let go her baby while Becca is trying to find her independence. Bring in a sexy tour guide named Sean and Becca is enamored. She is finding out about love and sex, and Jackie is worried that the apple might not fall too far [...]

    14. The hubby & I have been so several jeep tours, such an adventure indeed. We are campers, love being outdoors, taking pics, etc. I would love to have one in Ireland, even to go overseas, would a real blast!! w that would so fun. It is on my wish travel list for sure. Loved this book. A quick read, no matter when you read it. I see in the reviews that a lot of folks read it in the summer, I read it in the freezing January so I am happy it gave me hopes for warm months coming soon. ( :

    15. 3.5/5.0An intriguing character study, "Driving on the Left" displays the dynamics between the various characters' interactions and within their individual relationships.Read full review in the 2016 November issue of InD'tale Magazine.

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