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On The Edge (NASCAR #3)

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Unknown NASCAR driver Adam Drake has some of the best moves Rebecca Newman has ever seen, both on and off the track. But she can't afford to feel anything but respect for the new driver she's hired to pilot her race car. With the financial security of her team hanging in the balance and everyone in the series thinking she's nuts, the last thing she needs is lust getting in ...more
Paperback, HQN, 375 pages
Published September 2006 by Harlequin
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Ana
Rebecca (the widow of Randy, the driver who died in Dangerous Curves) is trying hard to keep her racing team. She had a lot of problems lately and no good results to show to her sponsors. So when a little girl shows up claiming that her father is a good driver and that she should hire him, she isn't really optimistic. But when she meets Adam and sees him drive, she starts to feel hope. If only she wasn't attracted to him.

Adam is a man who gave up his career so that he could raise his daughter Li
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Kay
Feb 03, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: print
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Charli
Jun 17, 2008 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: NASCAR & Romance Fans
Shelves: read-in-2008
I finished “On The Edge” by Pamela Britton last night at work. I have to say, this installment in her NASCAR series of books was, as always, a great read. Now I have to admit, I never realized it was a series until I realized that I kept seeing the same characters. Duh. LOL I have all but one of the books and I ordered the one I’m missing from PaperBackSwap last night, so I’ll have it in a couple of weeks. :)

“On The Edge” is the story of Becca Newman and Adam Drake. It’s the third book in the se
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Ana Tereza Ferreira
Feb 15, 2017 rated it did not like it
It could be a good book, because it started cool, the little girl is amazing, but the couple almost didn't spent time together.
Judy
Jul 19, 2010 rated it it was amazing
On The Edge by Pamela Britton
NASCAR #3
Rebecca Newman’s past four years haven’t been her best. Her husband Randy had died and now her racing business is in dire straights. What she needs is to find the best driver around and start winning. She didn’t expect the answer to her problems to come knocking on her door in the form of a ten year old girl.

Adam Drake had one priority, his daughter Lindsey. His daughter had one priority as well, getting her dad back into racing. Adam raced the local dirt tr
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Gina
Mar 11, 2008 rated it it was amazing
Another awesome book in the series! I'm more of a drag racing fan (1/4 mile straight track), but I watch NASCAR every now and then.

Britton knows how to connect her characters, and make the reader feel that connection. Even though Britton's books are more romance than anything (HQ), there is still suspense attached to it, like the racing, the maneuvers, etc... She's got an eye for detail, and her descriptions make you feel like you're actually there, at the track, feeling the truck/car engines r
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Samantha
Dec 19, 2007 rated it it was amazing
I think this is her best book about Nascar. It's more tightly woven with the characters. I enjoyed the interaction of the characters. I loved the little girl and how she kept getting involved in everything especially getting her dad a job. You see the two previous couples in the story and find out what they have been doing. I'm really enjoying this series when I didn't think I would. I thought it would be sappy and not have enough about Nascar in it. Instead I've found that the books even have s ...more
Evelyn
Nov 29, 2007 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: amy
Shelves: cute-romance
Ten-year-old Lindsey Drake secretly travels to North Carolina to persuade NASCAR team owner Becca Newman to hire her dad as a race driver. After they meet, Lindsey determines Becca is an idealized version of everything her lonely dad needs in his life and does her best to get them romantically involved.


A cute, lighthearted romance with a feel good ending. You don't have to like racing to get involved in the story. Highly recommend.
Simone Stephanie
Apr 29, 2012 rated it liked it
An all around okay book. I really liked Adam and his crafty daugther Lindsey. I think i would have given i 4 stars if it wasn't for Rebecca. I liked her okay in the beginning, but the more i got into the story and got to know her, the more she began to annoy me. She keeps finding excuses and ruining herself by making dumb choices that only makes her own situation worse.
Katie
Jul 09, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: read-13
Great read. Lots of plot, not a lot of development between the characters - they kind of saw each other and fell in love? Seems a bit unlikely, but it was still a really fun read and I liked the characters.
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With over a million books in print, Pamela Britton likes to call herself the best known author nobody’s ever heard of. Of course, that’s begun to change thanks to a certain licensing agreement with that little racing organization known as NASCAR.

Nowadays it’s not unusual to hear her books being discussed by the likes of Jay Leno, Keith Olbermann, or Stephen Colbert. Flip open a magazine and you mi
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