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Over the Wall (Harlequin NASCAR Series)

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  • Posted July 4, 2013

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    Over The Wall by Dorien Kelly Harlequin NASCAR Library NASCAR: H

    Over The Wall by Dorien Kelly
    Harlequin NASCAR Library
    NASCAR: Hidden Legacies Book 5
    Nathan Cargill is ready to get on with his life and business in Boston. He has stayed on as general manager at Cargill-Grosso Racing for six months but it's time to get back. It's not bad enough that his father was murdered, but he's still on the suspect list. If that's not enough his partner back in Boston was embezzling and almost ruined the company. The final straw is the new hire that he can’t seem to keep his mind….or his lips…. off of.




    Stacy Evans has an ulterior motive for wanting to work at Cargill-Grosso and so she’s determined to get the job. The handsome man who hired her could be trouble though, not only with keeping the job but to her heart. He’s given her one month to get the over-the-wall team in physical condition to cut their time down and she’s going to give it her all.




    This NASCAR focus in this book focuses on the pit crew, the guys who jump over the wall and do what they can to get the driver back on track within seconds. Quiet a synchronized dance that takes seven to eight men doing a job as a team, working independently together. The sixth book is No Holds Barred where the reader is introduced to the Hunt family for the first time.

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