Speed Bumps (Harlequin NASCAR, #7)
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Star NASCAR driver Gabby O'Farrell can't believe her mother is harping at her again. How many times does she have to say it? She's "not" going to help run the family's corporation. She's "not" shopping for a husband of the right pedigree. And there's "no way" she's ever going to give up racing! Who cares what the other macho, hothead drivers are saying about her? Gabby kno...more
Paperback, 250 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by Harlequin Books
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Pam Masters
Let me say it has a predictable ending, but what romance doesn't have the ending where the happy couple marries or at least gets engaged?

There were some things that were different with this compared to others that are based on NASCAR. The biggest, is that the heroine was the driver. The other is that the hero is "flawed", he has a disability that affects how he lives. One of the other differences is that he is her boss as he is the team owner and a former driver.

There were a few things that I wo...more
Judy
Speed Bumps by Ken Casper
Harlequin NASCAR Series Library
Gabby O'Farrell might have flitted around trying to decide what she wanted to be when she grew up, but now she has not doubts. She discovered car racing and that she's good at it. She moved up from Busch Series to Nextel Cup and is doing great in her rookie year. And she sure is enjoying pleasing her boss on and off the track.

Vaughn Steiner’s accident took away his ability to drive in NASCAR so he became an owner instead. Running two cars h...more
Victoria
Oct 01, 2008 Victoria rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: People who like romance novels and NASCAR.
Recommended to Victoria by: No one
Read this book doing "research" for a NASCAR romance novel that I'm planning on writing with a friend. But out of the 5 I read, it was one of the top 3. I even kind of liked the characters, though the writing could have been better. I mean, it's a NASCAR romance novel. Enough said.
Maria
The hero, a widower with a 6 year daughter, is an ex-Nascar driver who suffers from "reflex sympathetic dystrophy", a syndrome that causes pain in his damaged/dysfunctional right arm and hand. Miraculous partial recovery at the end.
Quillracer
Not a bad story, but the numerous errors regarding NASCAR ruined it. If you're going to do it, Ken, do it right.
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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...more
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