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Out of Line (Harlequin NASCAR, #23)

3.81 of 5 stars 3.81  ·  rating details  ·  42 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Computer specialist Lucy Gunter was determined to uncover the blackmailer sending threatening e-mails to a NASCAR driver. She knew that for every dirty little secret, there was always a trail left behind. But exposing the culprit was as difficult as keeping her mind off charismatic Sawyer Branch, whose routine visits to the sick children at the hospital where she worked to ...more
Paperback, 251 pages
Published June 1st 2008 by Harlequin Books
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Out of Line by Michele Dunaway
Harlequin NASCAR Library
Secrets And Legends Series Book 7
Lucy Gunter had hopes of being a NASCAR wife but things didn’t work out with Justin Murphy. Things are looking up though when Sawyer Branch starts showing an interest in her. Maybe she’ll still get her happily ever after. Meanwhile she wants to help her friend Tanya find out who’s been trying to blackmail her fiance Kent Grosso, that is until it’s looking like she may not like the answer.

Sawyer Branch is the y
Nascar fan Lucy Gunter has all but given up the sport after she broke up with a driver, but when Sawyer Branch shows interest in her she begins to reconsider. Sawyer is the brother two drivers, he has his own troubles with a family scandal rocking their world, the only piece of calm is spending time with Lucy. When computer whiz Lucy is asked to investigate some email blackmails secrets begin to interfere with her new relationship with Sawyer, will they be able to move past his betrayal?

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This is probably one of my least favorite books because of the stilted language and the somewhat unrealistic situation. I found the dialogue to be overly formal, but the charachters themselves to be relaxed and interesting despite this. Furthermore, the situation itself is just a little too out there for me, gambling and blackmail, and I had a hard time forgiving Sawyer. Perhaps if this would have been a full length novel and had room for more development I would have liked it better.
Jeannie Lee
Not directly NASCAR, a brother of 2 drivers. Although still enough track smack and engine revs to satisfy. Great story line, loved Sawyer myself. The best part??? No gratuitous sex! They did have it, but its not described in detail like some of the books.
I'm impressed that the author managed to make what could potentially have been an action-filled story just a boring talkathon about feelings.
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Ever since she was in first grade, Michele Dunaway wanted to be a writer. Even later in life, she found herself writing, and served on Kirkwood High School's newspaper staff, her college paper, and a local music newspaper (which led to Michele's five-second appearance on MTV's "The Week in Rock").

"I've always wanted to write fiction and I published my first stories using my sister's manual typewri
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