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Hot Pursuit (Harlequin NASCAR Series)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2008

    fun romance

    Four years may have passed since her policeman husband died in the line of duty, but Kylie Palmer has not had time to fully mourn her loss as their child now ten year old Ryan needed her then and now. Her bossy widow mom Madeline ¿Honey¿ Richardson ordered Kylie to move into her lake house in Moorseville, North Carolina so that Ryan¿s maternal grandma could help her raise him Kylie acquiesced and she and her son moved from the Charlotte suburbs. --- Kylie works as PR for the Motor Media Group her prime job being to promote NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Driver Will Branch, whose father Hilton vanished after apparently absconding with family and bank money. Kylie takes Ryan to soccer practice something Honey has always done. She meets his single with no kids coach Arthur Treadway. They are attracted to one another over changing a tire but as he tells her to call him Sean and learns he works security, she thinks four years five months and eighteen days and counting since her eight year marriage ended in death. --- NASCAR plays an extremely minor role in this superb second chance at love romance. The support cast is solid and the racing car game in which Honey is the champ adds depth. However, this is Kylie¿s story even though Coach is a fully developed strong protagonist. She must decide to chance on love especially with his line of work or remain cocooned by fear. --- Harriet Klausner

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