Monday, July 28, 2014

Title: Drive Me Sane
Author: Dena Rogers
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Unable to perform her duties in the army after a twelve-month deployment to Afghanistan that leaves her with scars no one can see, Sera Cavins returns to her hometown hoping that some time alone will help her find her way back to being the girl everyone once knew. That is, until she finds herself sharing a house with the man who left her heartbroken merely weeks before her deployment. Tyler Creech made it to Nashville and even earned a number one hit, but being a rising country music artist isn’t as easy as he thought. He’s back in Cobb City, Kentucky, looking for something to ease the stress of his next release. He discovers it standing on his mom’s and stepdad’s lawn when Sera, the girl he once planned to marry, shows up. They’d been perfect for each other, until the strain of Sera’s deployment and pressure of Tyler’s career drove them apart. Now with neither of their lives going the way they anticipated, both are fighting different yet similar demons. But change is good, and sometimes going a little crazy is too. Sometimes it’s what keeps you sane.


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Drive Me Sane begins with Sera going to stay at her uncle's house while he's out of town after getting out of the army. She has a lot of problems she's trying to work through, and she doesn't need to have to deal with her ex boyfriend. The boy she loved  than anything who broke her heart.  
Tyler is still trying to make it big with the music he's singing and writing, but lately he just hasn't felt up to it. So he thought he would go to his mom and new step dad's house to spend some down time there. He never expected to see his ex, the woman who he was still in love with, at his mom and step dads.. But that is what happened. Now these two are forced to spend time together trying to work out their own issues, and maybe work through the problems they had when they were together... 

I really did like this book. It has very interesting characters, and nice easy plot to follow. There were even a few really sad parts too, and it ended very nicely. 
The only issue I really had with the book was it just felt like there was something missing with it. I'm not exactly sure what it was, but it was something that made it less intense that I really think it should have been.   
Other than that this ways a nice short easy read, that had lots of drama, and a sweet romance. I do recommend this story to help pass the time by!
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