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Teaming Up

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2008

    A winner

    Part of the famous Murphy NASCAR family, Kim became a highly regarded research scientist working at Booth Labs. However, her doctor tells her she has kidney problems that she must not ignore.. Feeling healthier than the horse that won the Derby, she plans to do nothing until she finds her list of 10 things to do before she dies in her family¿s Charlotte home.------------- Kim decides to complete the list which includes dating and dumping a jock. She chooses NASCAR Crew chief Wade Abraham to help her complete those items. He is more than willing to accommodate her. As they fall in love, he remains in the dark as does her family as to why she implemented her dying list of ten.------------ In spite of her family and his job, NASCAR plays a minor support role in this angst laden contemporary romance as Kim facing death decides to complete her list with Wade being her chosen one. The story line is driven totally around the oval by Kim as she engages the audience who pray that a compatible kidney is found in time. Abby Gaines provides a deep tale starring a young brilliant woman living her life to the fullest as begins counting down.-------- Harriet Klausner

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2008

    Racing at it's best

    This was a book you couldn't put down because you wanted to know how it turns out. It was a lot of fun reading about two people who did not want to be in love. And how your world can be turned upside down at a moments notice.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 29, 2013

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    Teaming Up by Abby Gaines Harlequin NASCAR Library Secrets And L

    Teaming Up by Abby Gaines
    Harlequin NASCAR Library
    Secrets And Legends Series Book 10
    Kim Murphy, adopted daughter of crew chief Hugo Murphy, has a kidney disease and needs a transplant. Unfortunately she has a rare blood type that maybe her mother would be a match, but she took off thirty years ago and never returned. While getting her life in order Kim finds an old list of ten things to do before she dies. What does she have to lose if she’s on her last few laps anyways? More than she ever bargained for.




    Car Chief Wade Abraham is somewhat intrigued by the beauty who has asked him out. His ego takes a hit when he finds out he was just a jock on her list but her her dad, his boss, wants Wade to find out how sick his daughter really is. So what if he’s using her? Since she’s using him as well. What he doesn’t expect is to actually enjoy his time with her.




    A secondary story is Isabel Rogers, part owner of Justin’s team, and Clay Mortimer who is the main sponsor of Justin Murphy’s car. Isabel will do almost anything to convince Clay to not pull his sponsorship. There are still several people missing who have been mentioned in this series, Sylvie Ketchum, Isabel’s mother, and Hilton Branch is still on the lamb, too. Sophia Grosso seems to be more accepted by Hugo Murphy and his gang but the feud is still alive and well. The series continues with Terri Whalen from the Branch team in Tailspin.

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