Hard and Fast
The sequel to Flat-Out Sexy, starring a bad boy race car driver hero who's met his match-from a hot USA Today bestselling author. Grad student Imogen Wilson realizes she's hit on the perfect thesis for her sociology degree. If she follows the so-called "rules" on how to get a man, can she steer... show more
The sequel to Flat-Out Sexy, starring a bad boy race car driver hero who's met his match-from a hot USA Today bestselling author. Grad student Imogen Wilson realizes she's hit on the perfect thesis for her sociology degree. If she follows the so-called "rules" on how to get a man, can she steer her way into the world and hearts of stock race car drivers, and establish their dating- and mating-patterns? Although sexy and reckless racer Ty McCordle is the ideal test subject, Imogen knows that for the sake of science, she can't give in to her growing attraction for him. Yet he's the one who's chasing after her, and Imogen realizes that she actually wants to be caught. A southern gentleman like Ty will satisfy all her curiosity-and make all the risks worthwhile...
Publish date: May 5th 2009
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Sports And Games
, Sports Romance
Series: Fast Track (#2)
24/6 - 52 pages in and this is sooo much better than Hot Finish . I think my enjoyment of Imogen (Emma Jean, LOL) and Ty's characters is colouring everything, but Imogen's unintended one-liners are great, Ty is more lovable and sympathetic and I really felt the instantaneous attraction between them....
4 stars, this series is super cute even though I could maybe do without the Oh, so-and-so, I love you too. Marry me! like two weeks after they meet, but these are tons of fun, have me giggling and there are definitely some swoon-worthy moments and they're pretty hot. I liked this one better than th...
I loved Ty and Imogen, they are so cute together. This story put a smile on my face for days:)
Still an enjoyable read but I didn't like it as much as the first. Maybe because the conflict wasn't that interesting or because I felt their relationship moved too fast, I don't know. Imogen was a very unique heroine to say the least. She was very logical and would discuss the most embarrassing thi...