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Hart's Victory

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Maybe there is life beyond Victory Lane... Driver Hart Hampton is hot..until his winning streak tanks. Now he's not even allowed to watch the next race. Instead, Hart's delegated to charity work at a kids' camp to overhaul his image. Single mother Kellie Thompson knows Hart's trademark smile promotes everything from beer to boxers. But she won't let his grin melt her defen ...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published December 1st 2007 by Harlequin Special Releases
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Jan 16, 2016 Judy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Hart’s Victory by Michele Dunaway
Harlequin NASCAR Series Library
Kellie Thompson is a widow who’s son has been fighting cancer for years. Since her mom moved in to help them, Sunday night became NASCAR night, a night to put aside health issues and for Charlie to cheer his favorite driver on. Their family joke when someone asked Kellie about dating was that she was holding out for NASCAR driver Hart Hampton. She never really ever thought she would meet the man in person.

After a crash that knocked
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Oct 29, 2011 Christina Sedlmyer rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-in-2011
Although the story was good, the writing was terrible. The author is an english teacher and the writing in this book was terrible. there were words missing from sentences, phrases were over used, and a ton of grammatical errors. the poor english really detracted from the story. Two pages that really stand out that have words missing in sentences and grammatical errors are page 101 and 108, although there are a bunch more. Not sure who I blame more for the poor english the author or the editor. A ...more
Jan 12, 2008 Crystal rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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I kind of expected to hate this tale of romance at camp, where Hart falls for Kellie, a mom at a camp for kids with life-threatening illnesses. I thought too over the top. But no, it was touching and sweet and not really so trashy at all. In fact, I don't even feel guilty about reading this book...except maybe a little. But feeling guilty doesn't mean I enjoyed it any less. A very nice little read.
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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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