Monday, May 24, 2010

Jayne Rylon, Driven

Title: Driven

Author: Jayne Rylon

Rating: Four And A Half Siren Stones

Genre: Romance

Sub-Genre: Ménage (MMF)

Keywords: Older Woman/Younger Man

ISBN E-Book: 9781419927720

Publisher: Ellora's Cave

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Reviewer: Stacey Krug


A standalone title in the Cougar Challenge Series


Lynn Madison transformed from repressed corporate drone to bold seductress overnight when her online friends at Tempt the Cougar encouraged her to take charge of her destiny. Their advice haunts her as she drools over the hottest Italian stallion on the planet while stranded in an airport.

Sebastian Fiori is a master of speed. A rally car driver, he’s used to winning on and off the track. He sees no need to put on the brakes when a sexy sophisticate revs his engine. After spotting Lynn’s decadent ménage novel, he decides to take her for the ride of a lifetime—with his navigator Mark.

Storm delays would be far more upsetting if Lynn’s young stud wasn’t offering a first-class ticket to indulge her fantasy. Neither of them expects their rendezvous to last beyond their transatlantic flight on his private jet. But sometimes there’s no escaping the forces of nature.


Driven is a great story. It is fast-paced, action filled, and sexy making it a definite page turner. Sebastian and Lynn have great chemistry together. Their characters are both a little cheeky and funny, which adds wonderfully to the story.

Lynn’s girlfriends also supply another dimension of humor and fun. When Sebastian’s friend Mark, is added the sex turns erotic and steamy.

This is a great romance that starts out fast, ebbs and flows realistically, and leaves the reader happy and hopeful in the end.

The editing was great and the story can be read in one sitting, which is good since you won’t want to stop! Based on the wonderful characters and smooth flow of this story, I would check out other works by Jayne Rylon.


Desiree Holt said...

Congrats, Jayne, on a great review for a really great story.

Cerise DeLand said...

FAB review for a FABULOUS book!