As a tribute to her late journalist father, Tuesday Jones is planning a career benefit, auctioning off racing memorabilia and meet-and-greets with drivers. Ex-racing star Diesel Lange has had his own brush with death, and is determined not to waste another minute of his life- especially when... show more
As a tribute to her late journalist father, Tuesday Jones is planning a career benefit, auctioning off racing memorabilia and meet-and-greets with drivers. Ex-racing star Diesel Lange has had his own brush with death, and is determined not to waste another minute of his life- especially when he meets Tuesday. He wants nothing more than to shift their romance into high gear, but he knows she's still grieving. Can Diesel do the one thing he could never do on the track and take it slow?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 4th 2011
Pages no: 283
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Sports And Games
, Sports Romance
Series: Fast Track (#5)
This book would have received five stars..if I hadn't been so confused. Didn't Evan retire from racing? I thought he retired in the last book.
*3.5 stars* I liked Tuesday and I liked Daniel (Diesel) but I was a bit frustrated with Erin McCarthy. I've read the other books in the series and I really enjoyed them but this time, I felt like the editing was off. Words were misused which was unusual for this author. But what really just ripped...
I really enjoy these books. Although, I think I needed a little more plot in this one. That and the alcohol is what kept it from 4 stars for me. I have little patience for people who drink rather than deal with their problems. Apparently that transitions into literature as well. Is it just me, or is...
Definitely my least favorite of the series. I liked Diesel enough but Tuesday got on my nerves especially at the end. She was flat out wrong and the fact that no one seemed to see that and call her out on it made me crazy. I also felt like a whole chapter or two was missing at one point. They seemed...
The story started out pretty good with an adorable hero and there was lots of steam but I thought the heroine was rather offensive despite her circumstances. Sports blogger Tuesday cries on Diesel shoulder at her fathers funeral then a few days later he drives her home from a wedding where she got ...