Drive Me To Ecstasy

Drive Me To Ecstasy Drive Me To Ecstasy by Monica Walters
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Teaching young, impressionable minds has always been Kendall Washington’s passion. She thrives on reaching them where even sometimes their parents can’t. Their welfare is also important to her. Coming from a loving, two-parent home, she feels that she knows what love looks like, however, when she meets Cassie Daniels, she isn’t sure if she’s seeing love or neglect of some kind. When she reaches the child’s father, she gets the answers she’s looking for and most of them have nothing to do with Cassie.

Price Daniels has a difficult task at hand. The mother of his eight-year-old daughter is in the wind, leaving Cassie with him for a weekend visit and not returning. While Price loves his daughter and will do anything for her, he’s facing a dilemma. He doesn’t know the first thing about being the full-time parent of a little girl. The youngest son of deceased parents and only having an older brother, there are no women in his life to show him the ropes. When he gets a note from her teacher, he’s praying she doesn’t report him to CPS, however, when he meets Ms. Washington, he wants to solicit her help with Cassie and so much more.

                                                             BOOK REVIEW
This story centered on the "insta-love" connection between Price and Kendall. From the moment they met, they belonged to each other. While Kendell attempted to stall things by dating someone who would eventually bring harm to her, it didn't work. There were a couple of shocking moments involving the supporting characters that made me gasp, but, I loved it and need more. The story was quick, short, and sweet. The primary characters were developed. The supporting characters were interesting and I need to know more. What is Shayla up to now? What did we miss with the Karter, Peyton, and Tricia situation? Walters delivered another good performance and showcased the power of love

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