Driving Miss Crazy

Driving Miss Crazy An alternate cover for this ASIN can be found here She wants to go places He s got the car If only things were that simple Widowed father Adrian Adams isn t looking to change his life He just wants to

  • Title: Driving Miss Crazy
  • Author: D.J. Van Oss
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • An alternate cover for this ASIN can be found here She wants to go places He s got the car If only things were that simple Widowed father Adrian Adams isn t looking to change his life He just wants to keep his seven year old daughter Charlie safe and happy The last thing he expects is to suddenly lose his job as a driver for the Washington DC diplomatic community LuAn alternate cover for this ASIN can be found here She wants to go places He s got the car If only things were that simple.Widowed father Adrian Adams isn t looking to change his life He just wants to keep his seven year old daughter Charlie safe and happy The last thing he expects is to suddenly lose his job as a driver for the Washington DC diplomatic community Luckily, he s offered a new embassy driving assignment, one that starts with a tea cup and tie collision with a clumsy, cute, and oddly charming Irish woman with a penchant for talking to squirrels Maggie MacNally always seems to fall short, especially when it comes to her family s expectations She s bracing again for disappointment as she tries to forge a new life in DC Then an out of the blue summons from her influential grandmother offers her one last chance at success a chance that puts her in Adrian s back seat and on the road to a career in the family business of international diplomacy Is Maggie finally headed where she wants to go, or is her big opportunity just another wrong turn Is Adrian ready to take a second chance at love, or is he determined to put on the brakes before Maggie drives him crazy And what s with all the squirrels

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    1. (3.5 Stars) Based on the title, I was expecting something similar to "Driving Miss Daisy" and I got something that was similar in some ways and different in others. Maggie is Irish and working in Washington DC. She needs rides all over the city and Adrian is the lucky one who gets to drive her around. Adrian is a widower and an extremely overprotective father to seven year old, Charlie. Recently out of a job, he's grateful to have this new opportunity. This is a decent debut novel but a few thi [...]

    2. Funny comedy of errors romance. Maggie Macnally, the daughter of Irish Diplomats works at Bella Bella her best friend Jelly's custom dress shop. Maggie's grandmother. the ambassador of Ireland to the United states, wants to get her to join the family in politics.Maggie takes a position with her grandmother and has to set up the annual gala. Maggie doesn't drive, so her grandmother sends a hired driver to pick her up at the shop. She is outside early, feeding her squirrel friends and then walks t [...]

    3. This looks like cheese, I can't wait.21/06/201I was really enjoying this (I recommend it if you're in a slump) but the last 5% was too cheesy for me.RTC

    4. I adored this cute story it had the right touch of winsome and left me with warm fuzzies. In particular I liked the message I got about how striving for the perfect can make you miss out on the good right in front of you and that someone else’s perfect might not be your own. One of the things I enjoyed most was the banter between Adrien and Maggie, they were so cute together and I really liked it when Adrien’s daughter was added to the mix. The smaller side story added some intrigue and a to [...]

    5. I picked this up from Netgalley because of the cute graphics on the cover and the pun in the name, and then was intrigued to find it was a sweet romance debut by a male author. However, I wasn’t really bowled over by the plot. My favourite character was Adrian’s daughter, rather than the couple themselves, and the “intrigue” at the embassy was signposted so far out that nothing came as a surprise in the end. There was a love triangle, of course, and lots of people telling Maggie what to [...]

    6. Such a delightful, sweet, funny, romance story. All the characters were so entertaining. I loved the banter and dialogue between them all. I found myself going Awwww and laughing out loud at times. The squirrels cracked me up. I found it hard to put down it was so much fun. I am so looking forward to the other stories in the series. The only downfall on Kindle, was there many errors. But happily to say, it didn't distract from the true fun.**Received this book for free and voluntarily reviewed** [...]

    7. I'm not usually a fan of comedy books but I thoroughly enjoyed Driving Miss Crazy! Maggie, the granddaughter of an Irish ambassador, and Adrian, a professional driver, are strong well-written characters. Adrian's young daughter is delightful. You'll see a taste of what life could be like at an embassy and behind the scenes in Washington, D.C. Don't trust everyone! I received a complimentary e-book from the author. This is my honest opinion.

    8. This is a Rom-Com and an absolute riot! It's light and fluffy. Comedy of errors and just a whole bunch of what can go wrong does. As I was laughing my 9 year old daughter read over my shoulder ( Maggie driving is all I'm saying) and my daughter busted a gut as we mimicked the scene. A great little pick me up that will just leave you grinning ~

    9. A surprisingly good debut novel, Driving Miss Crazy was fun, quirky, and had all the elements we love in a fluffy romance - even an appearance by the Queen of England! Another great option for your summer beach reading. Read our full review at wp/p5s62b-Um

    10. Very sweet romance set in Washington D.C. with an Irish gal trying to find her path in life meeting a widowed chauffeur trying to enjoy life again. Funny, heartwarming read!! Really recommended.

    11. Sweet romance between an Irish immigrant and her driver. His daughter is a charming addition to the story. Both had issues in their past they needed to overcome, but love won in the end!

    12. This book had some great potential, but I think it got a little lost in it's own plot. It carried along a little choppily, picking up and losing threads of the story along the way. It was a bumbling story, much like the main character, and lost a lot of what seemed like should have happened. Adrian was smaller than life - with reactions that felt unrealistic. Maggie's flaws and mistakes were a bit too obvious to make her likable enough to ignore them. Their interactions were often sweet and love [...]

    13. Romantic comedy with a touch of sweetness. The plot is not original but the characters are interesting. I liked the end, felt like watching the ending scene from a rom-com movie.

    14. A sweet, sunny, quirky, crazy, clean, feel good story.2,5 stars, rounded up. I must admit to a very random choice why this book got my attention between all the books listed on NetGalley: the last name of the author. It’s a Dutch last name which also closely resembles my own and that doesn’t happen very often. Then I read the blurb, saw it was a debut novel, and since I’m more than happy to help new authors if I can, I put in the request for the ARC, which was granted. And I started readin [...]

    15. This is a fun-filled romp through Washington D.C the center of power and diplomacy.DRIVING MISS CRAZY, STORY LINE:Driving Miss Crazy is a fun-filled romp of laughter, fun, missteps, and love. Widower, Adrian Adams, is raising a seven-year old daughter, Charlie. To say he is protective of Charlie is at the very least an under statement. His goal in life is providing Charlie with a stable home and safety. Adrian's employment, as a diplomatic driver, works well for him and Charlie. Suddenly, he mus [...]

    16. I must admit that I had a few preconceptions on choosing Driving Miss Crazy, the debut novel from D. J. Van Oss. At first glance, I couldn’t help but think it would be another stereotypical boy-meets-girl and they lived happily ever after affair. Of course, it wouldn’t be a ‘rom-com’ without this inevitable plot line running through, but what Van Oss does particularly well is take all these traditional tropes, explore them, then satirise them.Although we are served the boy-meets-girl sto [...]

    17. I would rate this book a 3.5 if I could. The dialogue between Adrian and Maggie is the best part of the book, and Charlie is very funny. The dialogue between the H or h and other characters is weaker, though. Between the dialogue sections, the plot lags. I found myself skimming if people weren't talking. The mystery isn't -- at all. Still, I got several laughs out of this, and it was pleasant, clean entertainment. Therefore, I rounded up to 4 stars. I will read more by this author in the future. [...]

    18. Driving Miss Crazy reviewDriving Miss Crazy is the first sweet romantic book in the D.C. Diplomats series written by author D. J. Van Oss.

    19. This is a delightful story filled with humour, fun, love and family. Adrian Adams, a widower, is raising a 7-year-old girl, Charlie, on his own, following the death of his beloved wife. He's a diplomatic driver. Maggie MacNally is the granddaughter of an influential Irish woman who offers her a job at the Irish embassy in Washington, helping to organize a huge fundraising gala. Interesting things start to happen when Adrian becomes Maggie's driver. I appreciate the skill with which the author de [...]

    20. I adored this cute story it had the right touch of winsome and left me with warm fuzzies. In particular I liked the message I got about how striving for the perfect can make you miss out on the good right in front of you and that someone else’s perfect might not be your own. One of the things I enjoyed most was the banter between Adrien and Maggie, they were so cute together and I really liked it when Adrien’s daughter was added to the mix. The smaller side story added some intrigue and a to [...]

    21. Maggie works at Bella Bella a custom dress shop owned by her best friend Jelly. Maggie’s Grandmother who is the ambassador of Ireland wants Maggie to join her in the politics side of the family. Maggie gives in and and has to set up the annual gala. Since Maggie doesn’t drive she is sent a driver to pick her up at the dress shop.She is feeding a squirrel and little does she know Adrian is following her to the coffee shop but he has no clue who she is until Maggie spills hot tea when she trip [...]

    22. * I've got this book from NetGalley in exchange of an honest review* I didn't have much expectations for this book. I thought that it will be just like other chick-lit books, fluffy, funny, over dramatic. But I didn't expect to like it as much as I did. One thing that I liked the most about it was, that there were no instalove. The relationship between main characters begins with a friendship and it was so refreshing. Of course this book was fluffy, funny and sweet, but nothing too over the top [...]

    23. This is a great book with a wonderful story and well developed characters. This book will keep you reading long into the night. This was such a great read and full of surprises. I am looking forward to reading the next book by this great author. A Review copy was provided to me in exchange for a fair and honest review. The free book held no determination on my personal review.

    24. I loved this story of a widower with a seven year old who is trying to make ends meet by driving an Ambassador of Ireland's Granddaughter, Maggie MacNally around Washington DC. Adrian Adams is lost the minute she runs into him and spills tea all over his red tie. A romance with a mystery and lots of laugh out loud moments. I highly recommend this book. It is such a good read.

    25. Funny, clean & enjoyable. Loved both the main characters along with their nearest & dearest - happy to dislike the "villain" lol what story is truly complete without one?! The main characters interactions had me laughing no end - although there were a few cringe-worthy interactions (intended to be this way I am sure) a happily ever after ending is guaranteed :)

    26. A sprightly Irish lass and an upstanding single dad with a cutie of a daughter provide plenty of laughs. A nice travelogue of Washington, CD too.

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