DRIVE ME CRAZY by Nancy Warren takes you on a romantic adventure as Duncan and Alex race to look for a Van Gogh painting before a madman who is also looking for the Van Gogh and is taking lives with him. Duncan and Alex let their attraction lead them to some hot and heavy moments - and fun and games. But there were times when their relationship seemed forced and superficial especially when you compare it to the secondary romance going on in the story. It is the sweet and touching reunion of teenage lovers - Alex's cousin, Gillian and the town sheriff, Tom Perkins - that makes you want to continue to read DRIVE ME CRAZY until the last page. Gillian and Tom's relationship was much more believable, tender and romantic.
I really enjoy this author and this was a great read.
Smart, well-written contemporary romance. Good plot, sharp dialogue, well
fleshed-out characters. This might be a fast read, but a very enjoyable one.
Better Brava than most! I enjoyed this one.
I could not seem to finish this book. It has a mystery in it and mystery is not always my thing, but the romance part was good from what I read
It's about an art professor thats searching for a missing painting. He comes to this small town looking for it and meets the town librarian who may or may not be connected to the missing painting. A dead body shows up in her library.... Some steamy sleuthing ensues from there!
Combine and stir thoroughly one sexy librarian, one stolen vanGogh, a college professor who recovers stolen art, a cocaine addict, a cop and a misunderstood sister and you have lots of romance, action, and humor.
Steamy sleuthing up in Oregon finds dead bodies, missing masterpieces, family secrets and dangerous threats that keep the town librarian and the Indian Jones of the Art world in close contact.
Great Book! Nancy Warren is a great writer of Romance anyway!!
Dead bodies, missing masterpieces, family threats and a man who like to feel his way around a problem and a woman who enjoys being the problem.
A very enjoyable read...will definitely read more of Nancy Warren's books