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Black Flag, White Lies

3.87 of 5 stars 3.87  ·  rating details  ·  52 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Ex-socialite and new widow Zoe Lane Hitchens isn't exactly sure how she's going to face NASCAR driver Will Branch. Ten years ago Zoe fell madly in love with Will and became pregnant with his child--but chose another man to share her life.Will is totally focused on winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship this year...until he learns about the death of Zoe's husband ...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published February 1st 2009 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published January 1st 2009)
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I really enjoyed this one. It was a typical storyline I think. Boy meets girl, girl marries someone else (in this case, boy’s best friend), and then the rest of the book is about boy and girl trying to get back together again. But the great part is in the detail. It has a NASCAR setting, which is always a plus for me, but the pace, the dialog, and the characters were great. I think my favorite was Sam, the little boy, although the two main characters were well suited and had a great back and for ...more
Desiree reilly
i can say the book is wow standard i got the book of nascar and i read them all
in 3 days i am fan of nascar and then i read the books well the story this is
for the twin will and brad they go form family to family and the great story
well the twins will and brat are both races and then will get a call from
a friend that his best buddy died well will go to the funeral and then find
out after the furneal he is to take care of the wifes money and then the kid
well will find out that the kid zoe who was
Jean Brashear, you always come through. Up 'til now, my experiences with Nascar Romances have been disappointing to say the least, but you managed to bring just the right touch of humanity to a group of folks who too frequently come across as...well...rather unlikeable in their fictional forms.
Black Flag, White Lies by Jean Brashear
Harlequin NASCAR Library
NASCAR: Hidden Legacies Book 2
Playboy NASCAR twins, Will and Bart, had a tough year after their dads betrayal to his business and family, but they survived. Will’s dad had pushed him to give up someone special to him ten years ago and she ended up marrying his best friend. His life changes quickly when his best friend dies and the girl he once loved tells him that he has a son. At the young age of thirty he wasn’t quite ready to grow
There were actually several things I really liked about the dynamic added witht he presence of Sam in this. There were definitely things that frustrated me nut there were also some surprising NASCAR Harlequin firsts (among what I've read) implied condom usage! (nevermind it was in the past) brief mention of religious services! direct mention of prayer!
Jeannie Lee
Will Branch's story. Loved it!. I love the Branch family. I wish they were real racers, though, and not fictional.
I really liked the characterization and development. I'll have to read more of Brashear.
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A letter to Rod Stewart resulting in a Cinderella birthday for her daughter sowed the seeds of New York Times and USAToday bestselling author Jean Brashear's writing career. A lifelong avid reader, at the age of forty-five with no experience and no training, she decided to see if she could write a book. It was a wild leap that turned her whole life upside down, but she would tell you that though s ...more
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