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Black Flag, White Lies (Harlequin NASCAR Series)

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  • Posted July 3, 2013

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    Black Flag, White Lies by Jean Brashear Harlequin NASCAR Library

    Black Flag, White Lies by Jean Brashear
    Harlequin NASCAR Library
    NASCAR: Hidden Legacies Book 1
    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 up yet. Can he? 

    Zoe Lane Hitchens had loved Will. When he chose racing over her she was devastated. When Will’s friend Tanner offered her marriage, security and to love her baby as her own, she took the deal. Only after the I do’s he became a different person, and not a good one. Will says he wants to be a father to Sam, but she can only think how he left her high and dry all those years ago. Can she ever trust the handsome hunk with her son’s life and her own?

    The previous books in the Secrets and Legends series introduced the reader to the Branch’s. Hilton’s betrayal and the struggles it caused his wife and four children. Bart’s story is told much later in Right Before His Eyes: End Of The Line by Abby Gaines. The secrets continue in this series with Checkered Past where we meet another Matheson brother. Chad was first introduced in Back On Track.

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  • Posted April 1, 2010

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    Perfect balance of Nascar and romance!

    When I first became a Nascar fan not too long ago, I was beyond overjoyed to discover that there were romance novels focusing on the sport. Having read and enjoyed other sports-related romances when I didn't even care about the sport in question, I was confident I would love the Nascar-focused romances. Not so. I couldn't seem to get invested in any of the Nascar romances I tried. So I gave up...until I saw Jean Brashear's name on one of them.

    Jean Brashear is one of my favorite Harlequin authors: I'll read just about anything she writes. So I picked this up...and loved it. Jean Brashear manages to bring just the right touch of humanity to a group of folks who too frequently come across as rather unlikable in their fictional forms. And yet she's careful not to ignore the ambition, intensity, and hardship that make the sport what it is. Because I enjoyed this so much, I decided to give the Nascar romance another try and found there actually are a few I can enjoy!

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