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To The Limit (NASCAR #4)

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Engineer Kristen McKenna loves to make things go fast. So when NASCAR team owner Matthew Knight offers her a job, Kristen's competitive spirit shifts into overdrive. But she has to struggle to keep her mind on her blueprints and off her dangerously appealing boss. Kristen's always been more comfortable in a lab than on a date--but suddenly both Matthew and Todd Peters, the ...more
Paperback, 378 pages
Published March 1st 2007 by Harlequin Books (first published March 1st 2005)
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To The Limit by Pamela Britton
Kristen McKenna lost the things she loved most in her childhood after a tragic accident. Since then she left her old dreams behind and enjoys her engineering job at Knight Enterprises. Then one day her boss dropped from the sky and offered a job that was a dream come true, working in the field that didn’t always welcome women, racing.

Mathew Knight needed to slow his life down. He had built his fortune from scratch and had become a bit of a workaholic, until
Kirsten is an engineer who's been a chance at doing something she loves - designing cars for NASCAR. She was a promising driver herself, but then after an accident that killed her sister and crippled her, she never drove again. Now, she's determined to succeed. Everything would've been easier if it weren't for her boss, Matt.

Matt is seriously attracted to Kirsten. And he didn't become one of the richest men in America for not going after something he wants. Even the fact that he has competition
I don't expect much from Harlequin novels and I read them when I'm in the mood for something light and breezy and quick. That said, I was disappointed with this book. It started off kind of cute, I enjoyed the lead character (Kristen) at first. She was quirky and kind of nerdy cute, but that all changed. The Lightning McQueen part at the start made me laugh.
Once the romance started, the novel fell apart for me. I despised the behavior of Kristen and both of her love interests. Kristen repeated
I felt this one in the series was just ok. I didn't feel the connection about any of the characters with one another. I didn't think she wrote chemistry with the three lead characters at all. I didn't understand why the female lead ended up where she did when nothing was truly settled. As always I enjoyed the behind the scenes of Nascar storyline with the new development of the rear deck lid. I liked the interplay between one of the lead male characters and his bodyguard. Overall, it continues w ...more
Feb 24, 2008 Evaine rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Genre romance fans
I'm a new Nascar fan. As such, how could I resist Harlequin's Nascar series? I wasn't expecting much, genre romances are what they are. Fun, mindless, feel-good entertainment. And this one had spots of fun, didn't take a tight focus to read and yeah, it made me feel good at the inevitable happy ending. So in that it was a success. My favorite character, however, was not the hero, the heroine or even the second male lead - nope, it was the hero's bodyguard. HE was the one I wanted to know more ab ...more
I don't usually read paperback romances... but a friend showed me this "Nascar library" series of romances and I was intrigued - a NASCAR romance!? I enjoyed reading this on my vacation. Main character was a strong female who's an engineer designing racecars - she has 2 guys interested in her (both very different - one is a driver; one a billionaire who owns the raceteam) and she needs to figure who she's interested in. For the type of book it is, I gave it 4 stars - I found it enjoyable.
I really liked this little NASCAR romance until about 3/4 of the way through, when I realized she was going to pick the wrong guy. Not that the other guy was exactly a stellar choice, either. Still, until her amazingly bad choices when it came to the men in her life, Kristen McKenna was a pretty awesome heroine - what, with her super intellect and snarky mouth.
A cute fluffy romance. Not very descriptive in the romance department, by page 200 the leading lady had only kissed two of the main characters. But it did have one of the best quotes I have seen in a long time, "She's smokin'. Like one of those librarian chicks, all prim and proper on the outside, but probably a real wild woman in bed."
I hate stories with a bad/unhappy ending. I felt so horribly pitiful in the ending. It was my first Britton book and I can honestly say I do want to read the next one in the series. 3/5 stars.
BJ Rose
I'm sure car-racing enthusiasts would rate this book higher, but since I'm not one, I will just say that this was an OK read for me, but I won't be reading any more of this series.
Chick lit based on NASCAR. I enjoyed it. Light easy read about a woman engineer who joins a successful NASCAR team and the owner and driver both fall for her.
This was a very quick read and quite a cute story!!
Sep 10, 2007 Gayle rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Race fans with a heart
Good love story with lots of facts about Nascar. Good read.
Heather Blythe
Loved the book. could not put it down..
Brilliant and hillarious as usual~
Another the whole series :)
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With over a million books in print, Pamela Britton likes to call herself the best known author nobody’s ever heard of. Of course, that’s begun to change thanks to a certain licensing agreement with that little racing organization known as NASCAR.

Nowadays it’s not unusual to hear her books being discussed by the likes of Jay Leno, Keith Olbermann, or Stephen Colbert. Flip open a magazine and you mi
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