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  • Posted July 16, 2013

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    Right Before His Eyes Harlequin NASCAR Library NASCAR: Family Se

    Right Before His Eyes
    Harlequin NASCAR Library
    NASCAR: Family Secrets Book 8
    At Last By Liz Allison & Wendy Etherington
    Gil Sizemore is a real blue blood who can trace his ancestors back to the Revolutionary War. Sheila Trueblood is at the opposite end of the scale, trailer trash was what she considered her beginnings and it got worse after that. A secret she’s kept to herself as she built her new life within the walls of her diner. Gil persistently asked her out and oh how she wanted to say yes, but if he knew her secrets he wouldn’t want her. And as always secrets always have a way of coming to light at the worse possible times.




    End Of The Line by Jean Brashear
    Bart Branch is working towards winning the championship this year. His twin Will is now happily married with a family as are the rest of his siblings. He can't see having a family after the way his dad behaved, that is until Mellie Donovan and her adorable daughter Lily. The skittish young woman holds Bart’s interest as none other ever has. Mellie is on the run and is searching for her step-dad to help with Lily. She wants to tell Bart her secrets and lean on him, but she can only imagine she’ll hurt him more with the truth.




    Hilton Branch continues to write in his journal while in prison. Locked in bars of prison and another jail of his own making, he feels helpless. The woman he loved has died without knowing he didn’t just abandon her and now what is left of what he had with her is missing. He can only hope that his son can help even if he’ll be doing it out of the goodness of his heart and not for any love for his father. Hilton knows he lost any hope of that when he betrayed his family.




    This is the last book in the Harlequin NASCAR Library and has been worth the read. A majority of the books had the same characters so the reader really gets to know them along the way. I personally find it’s one of those series that it’s hard to say good-bye to.

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