He's fast. She's furious. They're in for the ride of their lives.
Rising star Roxanne St. Claire puts the pedal to the metal in a story of intrigue and passion that will get your heart racing!
When sexy NASCAR racer Beau Lansing tracks down high society debutante Celeste Bennett, it's a matter of life or death. Stunned at the secret Beau reveals, Celeste is forced to mak...more
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Celeste Bennet just got engaged for the third time for the lamest reason, she couldn't say no when her dad was watching. What phooey and I thought what a push-over, okay but that is just the start, then she sees NASCAR driver Beau Lancing while she is meeting with her friend and she knows. You see Celeste has a secret, since the age of 14 she has know that she is not her father's daught...more
Celeste was such a stick in the mud at the beginning and it took having her world brought to question to make her question things, even things she knew, Beau was just luckily that he arrived when he did. Beau comes with surprising news for Celeste an is surprised when it seems like he has talked her i...more
Once I started this book I was all in. There were several interesting layers to this story that involved the two main characters Celeste and Beau. You watch Celeste navigate her way through secretly getting to know her long estrange father while deciding if she will give h...more
I really like Roxanne St Clair's Bullet Catcher series and thought I would try one of her earlier books. I didn't expect as much out of this one because when I read it was about a race car driver I was expecting your typical contemporary romance. It ended up being a pretty good romantic suspense book....very originally done with the hero being a NASCAR driver, rather than the typical cop, FBI agent or spy. I'm not a racing fan but the behind the scen...more
Well-written and well-paced with a plethora of interesting and different characters, smokin’ hot, exciting in its race-track imagery...But there was something off. First of all, the initial premise was ruined by the heroine and her rather self-centered offer of possible help for a dying man. Second, and biggest problem of all, the suspense somehow didn’t work. Okay, it did work, until the real motive was revealed. It just caused a great d...more
Overall the author could have been a little more subtle :
- the heroine's mother seems totally brainwashed and stupid to me ;
- the heroine's inability previously to the story to stand for herself pricked on me (her engagements, her non-choice of career) - however it goes with the poor little rich girl who never had enough attention while growing syndrom
- the hero was extremely n...more