Going Nowhere Fast

Going Nowhere Fast Leave your mundane cares behind sit in your favorite chair and be prepared to travel the road of love loss and no return Travel down roads most women would never dare Delve into the lost and found o

  • Title: Going Nowhere Fast
  • Author: K.D. Bloodworth
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Leave your mundane cares behind, sit in your favorite chair and be prepared to travel the road of love, loss and no return Travel down roads most women would never dare Delve into the lost and found of life s trials and tribulations by Going Nowhere Fast.

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    1. I had a hard time deciding how to review this book. At first I thought it was just another story of sex, but then I think back to the sixties and seventies and remember what a different world it was. People who didn't live then don't know but a lot of girls and guys hitchhiked across country and did what they had to for money.In the story Dawn Sharkey is doing something like that, She finds herself in a lot of strange situations, usually with sex and drugs involved. Although I found the novel a [...]

    2. K.D. Bloodworth takes us through her heroine’s eyes on an adventurous journey through the 60s and 70s, in a story from which sex, fun and heartache aren’t missing. Dawn is a daring young woman and her impulsivity takes her on the meanders of danger and thrill, by turns, until she manages to find her way and become the person she really wants to be. But until then, she enjoys herself by GOING NOWHERE FAST….

    3. I was given this to read as part of a blog tour.At the start, based around the 60s and 70s it has all of what you would expect from that time in history. The dominant lady in this story tries it all. She's very daring.Will what she does bring regrets.Will what happened bring misery or contentment.I find her a strong woman, a bit weak in other parts, but that sums most of us up right?The author tells a good story that keeps you flicking page after page.Well worth reading.

    4. The tale being told here is all about Dawn, a young girl growing up in the turbulent era of the late sixties. Drugs and alcohol are the norm, running free the desire of pretty much everybody. Dawn lives in small town America, where everybody knows every one, and all of your business is headline news. School and work are the requisite activities and hanging out smoking pot and drinking some pilfered beers are what the teens do. Yet Dawn seeks something more, and steps out on a journey to grow.Man [...]

    5. 4 Stars~arc was given to me for an honest review~"I wanted to jump into his arms but I didn't. I wanted to kiss him and let him know I was willing but the fear I was making a mistake held me back. Sometimes a gal should pay attention to those feelings, but do we ever?"This is a coming of age story. In this book we follow our leading lady as she goes through the 60's and 70's. I myself was born in the 80's but have always had a fascination of what it would be like to have lived in a past era. I w [...]

    6. First off I have to say that I really enjoyed this book. It was like reading a train wreck and watching the main character navigate through her life. This is truly an amazing coming of age story for one girl who lives her teen years in the 60's and the 70's.Reading this story was like a roller coaster ride because you never knew where the dip was going to be or where Dawn was going to go. She made decisions based on what she wanted and what she feeling at the moment. Being a teen during this era [...]

    7. Once I got into this story, I couldn't put it down. There's a depth to it that is perhaps not evident at first. The main character, Dawn, is so real, so strong and courageous, as she navigates the pitfalls of youth in the 60s.I love the pace and how the author seamlessly drives the storyline. Sure, it's a fast gallop, but that's how life was for the heroine. This story broke me through the outpourings from this young woman's heart. It was pure; a tragic young life being lived out by this amazing [...]

    8. A little odd, but I really liked it. I say odd, because it bounces back and forth throughout time without really stating what year it might have been. Of course there's clues in the context of the surroundings, but at one point I was really confused about when it was, lol. I figured it out eventually though. I'm about twenty pages shy of finishing but I needed to get this posted. I can't wait to get back to it and finish the story. The things Dawn goes through in her lifeis book will make the re [...]

    9. with association to C.B.R Captivating coming of age storyI have to admit that I was on the fence about this novel when I started to read it, but I was very pleasantly surprised. This is a very well written coming of age story placed in the 60’s and 70’s era. I have to admit that while that time period has never really pulled at me this story sure did. The Authors attention to detail and story telling kept me tied to this story and invested. It was more like one of those horrible train wreck [...]

    10. The title of this book pretty much sums up this story. Going nowhere fast about Kelley and Dawn's adventures on a road trip based in the 60's. Hopping from one pool hall to another in different cities. They meets up with old friends new lovers an finds a lot of trouble along the way.Kelley and Dawn has a don't ask don't tell kind of relationship. Although Dawn has a hard exterior but she's falls in love fast and wears her heart on her sleeve.For me this one was just ok. I couldn't fall in love w [...]

    11. Going Nowhere Fast is a fast paced, fly by the seat of your pants kind of read. Dawn and Kelley are two pool playing, country hopping friends that live on the road and make no promises to settle anytime soon. Dawn is a character that is very passionate and daring. She gets into trouble, and manages to get herself out. See the rest of the review and a link to a giveaway at my blog. Link hereThanks to My Family's Hearts Reviews and Book Tours for my copy of the book.

    12. This is a really good coming of age story. I loved reading about life in the 60s and 70s. I found this to be a great rollercoaster ride. I really couldn't guess what was gonna happen next in this story. The author did a great job of this story. I really felt for Dawn as she went through her tough times. She is a really great character and I loved reading about her. Great read that I'll definitely be recommending. Received in return for an honest review.

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