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Miles Apart (Harlequin NASCAR, #15)

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He lost his family...and gained a rivalTwenty-five years ago Jack Dolman's life shattered the day his wife left him--and took their four-year-old son. Now a three-time NASCAR NEXTEL Cup winner, Jack is focused on the here and now--until he discovers that his ex-wife has died. It's then, when he reluctantly goes to pay his respects, that he comes face-to-face with the son h ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published December 1st 2007 by Harlequin Books
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Judy
Miles Apart by Ken Casper
Harlequin NASCAR Library Series
Jack Dolman wants to finish his last season of NASCAR well, at fifty years old it’s time to retire. Before the new season starts he finds out his ex-wife has died, he sees his son for the first time in twenty-five years and he’s reunited with his first love. Looks like it’s going to be quite a last season.

Margaret Truesdale made the mistake of leaving Jack for someone she thought was more exciting, she had chose the wrong man. By the time s
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Cary
I think this is the first romance book I have ever read that was written by a man! More over it was a NASCAR series Harlequin romance so I gotta tell you I learned more about NASCAR than I ever wanted to know. I guess that is the male perspective for you! I'm done with NASCAR NOW
Crystal
I hate admitting I like the feel good books. It takes time for estranged father and son to come to terms and put aside misconceptions. Along the way, they, of course, find love.
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Ken Casper was born and raised in New York City. After graduating from Fordham University with a degree in Russian, he joined the Air Force, was stationed in the Far East, served in Vietnam, and lived five years in Germany. He also earned a Master's degree in Education from the University of Southern California. Ken retired from more than 33 years of government service in September '97.

Now a trans
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