?One of the romance writing industry?s brightest stars?(Romance Reviews Today) returns with a flat-out delightful, new, and sexy contemporary romance about a woman who?s happy being single?and the man determined to change her mind. Independent single mother Tamara Briggs wanted to find a new,... show more
?One of the romance writing industry?s brightest stars?(Romance Reviews Today) returns with a flat-out delightful, new, and sexy contemporary romance about a woman who?s happy being single?and the man determined to change her mind. Independent single mother Tamara Briggs wanted to find a new, sexy, no-strings-attached man?just not one as young as NASCAR driver Elec Monroe. But he sure does get her heart racing. And after she?s tricked into a blind date with him, Tamara gives in to her passion. Things screech to a halt, though, when he asks to meet her children. Whatever happened to wham-bam-thank-youma?am? Suddenly Tamara has to decide how much risk she?s willing to take to experience the power of true love.
Publish date: November 4th 2008
Pages no: 291
Edition language: English
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Sports And Games
, Sports Romance
Series: Fast Track (#1)
Yep, this series is SO much better than her True Believer series.. It was great to reread Flat Out Sexy. Can't wait to reread book two. :)
Hello Hotness! This was such a great book! The writing was awesome, the characters were very well written and the story itself was great! I think the thing I loved most was that Tamara and Elec were such a mature couple. Tamara's situation, having two young kids and all her self esteem issues resul...
Awwww, that was probably one of the sweeter romances I've read. Though engaged in a testosterone laden sport, Elec is a refreshingly sweet, through-and-through decent hott beta hero, and the way he treats Tamara and her insecurities about her body after two pregnancies was really well done. I though...
Cute story. The H is very hot and very direct and allows the h to know right away that he is all about her. He does not waver in his pursuit of her. The h has insecurities but, thank goodness, the whole book wasn't spent with her crying and breaking up with the H because she doesn't understand how h...