On The Edge by Pamela Britton (‘NASCAR’ series Book #2)

HQN Books

Format: Mass Market Paperbound - Published: September 2006 - 384 Pages - ISBN: 0373771037 - Published By: HQN Books

 

On The Edge

by Pamela Britton

‘NASCAR’ series Book #2

Unknown NASCAR driver Adam Drake has some of the best moves Rebecca Newman has ever seen, both on and off the track.

But she can’t afford to feel anything but respect for the new driver she’s hired to pilot her race car. With the financial security of her team hanging in the balance and everyone in the series thinking she’s nuts, the last thing she needs is lust getting in the way of logic. Too bad Adam has other ideas.

Adam isn’t afraid of a challenge, but getting close to his new owner is proving to be a tougher road than some fo the superspeedways he’s driven. It’s going to take a secret weapon – his daughter. Soon his precocious ten-year-old has Rebecca on the run – straight into Adam’s arms. But can he convince her to stay with him, and leave behind the ghosts of her past once and for all?

Review: Another awesome book in the series! I’m more of a drag racing fan (1/4 mile straight track,) but I watch NASCAR every now and then.

Britton knows how to connect her characters, and make the reader feel that connection. Even though Britton’s books are more romance than anything (HQ,) there is still suspense attached to it, like the racing, the maneuvers, etc… She’s got an eye for detail, and her descriptions make you feel like you’re actually there, at the track, feeling the truck/car engines rumbling. I think that’s what I like most about the series. Britton’s spent most of her life at the track, she knows what she’s talking about, and if she’s not certain, she asks for advice.

I adore the series, and hope that she’s got plenty more of her NASCAR series to come!

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