Beth Cutwright's Reviews > Racing to Love: Carter's Treasure

Racing to Love by Amy Gregory
Rate this book
Clear rating

's review
Jul 12, 2012

really liked it
Read in July, 2012

This was a romance novel through and through. I enjoyed it thoroughly. Molly West was a damaged youth, taken in by James and Karen Norland who continued to work with her in the sport of motocross racing. She had been racing since she was four years old. After her biological mother died, Molly was left at the unmerciless hands of her father, Ray. He physically abused her until the day he actually could've killed her and was sent to prison for attempted murder. That's when she met the Norlands who took her in as one of their own. They were over protective parents to both her and her brother Brody; as they knew what she had gone through and the scars it left. The story was one filled with love for the broken girl and the frailties scarring her soul. Would she ever be able to let a man near her? Was there such a thing as a good man out there? You'll have to read the book to know if Carter Sterling is the one or not.

Ok, the writing was clear and direct. I know more about motocross racing than I expected to now and Amy Gregory did an excellent job in developing her characters. Molly was not depicted as weak in any sense of the word....she was a strong athletic woman and could hold her own in a sport full of men. But she certainly had some baggage from her past. Along with her good looks and her famous career sport, she had attracted a stalker who sent a variety of assorted threatening letters. Molly had a lot to overcome; but she also had a lot of people who loved and cared for her. Her parents, her brother,his girlfriend and her new found friends Carter, Eli and Jesse. You could just love all of them, they were so well rounded. It was delightful sharing their world, even if it was a short ride! Some adult scenes were included, but all in the name of love!
2 likes · flag

Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read Racing to Love.
Sign In »

No comments have been added yet.