Saturday, June 3, 2017

Driver Confessional by David L. Winters

Driver ConfessionalBook Description:
Antonio uses his Italian good looks and personable manner to elicit conversation from his ride-share passengers. Following a full day at law school, he picks up a mysterious woman at the upscale Palm Restaurant in Washington. On her way to late-night meeting at a Senate office building, she confesses too much and plunges Antonio into a world of Russian mobsters, corporate henchmen and secrets.

My Thoughts:
I signed up to review this book because the description intrigued me.  Antonio is a driver for a ride-share and gets a lot of the riders to share way more than average.  The job gives him money for law school but it is also an intriguing way to learn information and see the town.  One passenger unexpectedly get Antonio drawn into way more than he anticipated from a simple ride-share!
I liked Antonio and how he tried to be a vessel for God to use.  He seemed like a realistic person that you would want to know.  The job is a means to an end but it is entertaining and he gets to share God when he feels lead to.  There are some pacing issues, but once you get into the story you really won't want to put it down.  The book is rather short so it is a good, quick read that has quite a bit of action in it.  I think the scenes with Antonio's family were my favorite, just because that added a different dimension/new element to his character.
Overall it was a 3/5 for me.  I enjoyed it.

Thank you to the author/publisher for the review copy of this book (via LitFuse).  I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.


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