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The Rookie by Jennifer LaBrecque Harlequin NASCAR Series Library
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From the outside it looks like Maddie Felton is a spoiled little daddy’s girl, from her view it’s that she is being smothered and pampered by her dad and two older brothers. Wanting to join the family business instead of just shopping, they hand her the most unlikely job….working with their NASCAR sponsorship. Not her thing.
Tucker Macray can't believe they sent this spoiled rich girl who knows nothing about racing to work with him. She's so clueless that she thinks the cars actually have keys! And yet she seems to be a mystery and if there’s one thing Tucker enjoys besides racing….it’s solving a mystery.
Enjoyable story how people aren't always what you think, outside appearances definitely can be deceiving. With Maddie’s secret about her mom and Tucker’s bad childhood they both come with a bit of baggage and some damage. Another exciting story both on and off the racetrack.
Posted December 9, 2008
A fine contemporary NASCAR romance
Over the objections of her two older brothers, wealthy Maddy Felton is elated that her businessman father has placed her in charge of public relations for their rookie NASCAR driver, Tucker Macray. This is her first job ever and her knowledge of NASCAR is noisy and dirty.------------- Maddy gets off to a bad start with Tucker when she recommends he sees her stylist to fix his hair, which she realizes is why he is called 'Bed Head Macray.' However, as they go around the Atlanta Speedway together with his hair a mess and she proving to be a klutz, they fall in love.---------------------- Although this reviewer agrees with Maddy¿s siblings that she should not be in charge of PR for Tucker as the only business she has run is credit card bills for other businesses, THE ROOKIE is a fine contemporary NASCAR romance. The lead pairing of the rich girl who never gets down and dirty getting down and dirty for the driver who never has a strand of hair in place ready to go to the salon for her makes for a fun team. Fans will enjoy their laps around the speedway with their hearts racing as they find an oval path to love.---------------- Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.