Confessions of a Carpool Captive by Dawn L. Chiletz

REVIEWED BY Tina Shobe 


Confessions of a Carpool CaptiveConfessions of a Carpool Captive by Dawn L. Chiletz
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Liz Foley is in bumper to bumper highway traffic on her morning commute to work when she notices someone is pulled over for misusing the carpool lane. A man, Finnigan (Fin) Walsh, whom she recognizes as someone who just starting working for the employer has a blow up doll strapped in the passenger seat attempting to pass it off as a passenger.

Liz is a reserved, keeps-to-herself person. She prefers to be by herself and have as little contact with others as possible. She wants to no part of carpooling but Finn finally talks her into it due her car breaking down. She's uncomfortable with the situation and pulls some others into carpooling too.

The interactions these characters have is absolutely hilarious. They each have their own story. Through carpooling they become friends and look out of each other.

As Liz's relationship develops with Finn
she opens herself up with others.

This was an absolutely wonderful read full of humor.

I received an ARC in exchange for honest review.

Reviewed by Tina for Joandisalovebooks Blog


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