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The Bride Wore Coveralls
     

The Bride Wore Coveralls

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by Debra Ullrick
 

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Can bitter rivals come to love each other? Fighting deep prejudice against her femininity, her choice of vehicle, and even her heritage, Camara Cole is determined to win the mud-bog racing championship this year. Her biggest competition seems also to be her worst enemy. Chase Lamar has been racing mud-boggers as long as Camara, and he grudgingly admits she's the best

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Can bitter rivals come to love each other? Fighting deep prejudice against her femininity, her choice of vehicle, and even her heritage, Camara Cole is determined to win the mud-bog racing championship this year. Her biggest competition seems also to be her worst enemy. Chase Lamar has been racing mud-boggers as long as Camara, and he grudgingly admits she's the best driver-mechanic he knows. Their rivalry has been long and bitter. But Chase is a new Christian. As he begins to change, he finds his relationship with Camara changing, too. When Camara's vehicle is sabatoged, she naturally blames Chase, despite a growing attraction. Chase must prove his innocence, but evidence points his way. When the smoke clears and the truth is known, will each be able to extend forgiveness, maybe even love?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781620292938
Publisher:
Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date:
03/01/2012
Series:
Truly Yours Digital Editions
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
176
Sales rank:
403,426
File size:
2 MB

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Meet the Author

Debra Ullrick is an award winning author who is happily married to her husband of thirty-seven years. For over twenty-five years, she and her husband and their only daughter lived and worked on cattle ranches in the Colorado Mountains. The last ranch Debra lived on, a famous movie star and her screenwriter husband purchased property there. She now lives in the flatlands where she’s dealing with cultural whiplash. Debra loves animals, classic cars, mud-bog racing, and monster trucks. When she’s not writing, she’s reading, drawing western art, feeding wild birds, watching Jane Austen movies, COPS, or Castle.  Debra’s other titles include, The Bride Wore Coveralls, Déjà vu Bride, Dixie Hearts, A Log Cabin Christmas, The Unexpected Bride, and come January 2012, The Unlikely Wife.

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Bride Wore Coveralls 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
dgottreu More than 1 year ago
The Bride Wore Coveralls by Debra Ullrick is a wonderful romance with Christian values and with God’s love and forgiveness shown throughout the entire book. Camara Cole is a beautiful young woman and she is happiest when she is working on a car as a mechanic, building a mud-bog truck, or racing her mud-bog truck in the hopes of winning the championship. She also has a deep faith in God but she fights daily against her pride and her need to prove herself as good a mud-bog racer as any man. Chase Lamar has been Camara’s friend since they were young and they have a running feud about which is the best, her Chevy bogger or his Ford bogger and they each consider the other their greatest competitor. At the beginning of the story, Chase does sabotage her truck a few times but after he becomes a Christian he stops the tampering and prays for her safety. On the last day of the racing season, Camara is again fighting her prideful attitude but if she beats Chase, she will be the Swamper Speedway’s mud-bog champion. Someone has tampered with Camara’s truck and that results in a terrible accident that sends Camara to the hospital and Chase forfeiting the race to go to the hospital to be with Camara. All the characters were portrayed so realistically that I felt as if most of them were my friends but there were a few that I did not want as friends. I was happy that the author did have at least one of the bad guys become a Christian and end a feud that ran through the entire story. It was heart warming to read the way that both Chase and Camara grew in their spiritual walk with God. The author did an excellent job in showing how pride can hurt us and that God is always willing to forgive us and to shower us with his mercy and grace and to give us the desire to forgive others and to show them mercy. A well developed plot with some twists and turns kept me reading and not putting the book down until I had read the last page. I have never been to a mud-bog race but Debra’s descriptions of the scenes and action made the races come alive and I could clearly see in my imagination exactly what was happening. I could even hear the roar of the engines, the cheers of the crowd, and even feel the mud on my face. The ending of the book was great and even provided me with some good laughs. I highly recommend this book to everyone who likes a great Christian romance that also provides laughter and tears. I also recommend that you read the sequel, Deja Vu Bride, which is just as enjoyable and as much fun to read. Thanks to the author, Debra Ullrick, for providing me with a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
CathyRN More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book by Ms. Ullrick. The 2 main characters are attracted to each other but have a history of being rivals. Chase has become a Christian and has put that behind him, trying to have a relationship with Camara. However, she has difficulty putting the past where it belongs and rushes to blame Chase when things are done to her vehicle. How these conflicts are overcome makes for great reading. I recommend this to all who love to read clean Christian romances.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Grest book amazing author
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I totally loved the fact that the main character in this story was a tomboy car loving indepedant woman. You dont see many heroines like that. It was a fun book to read especially seeing two rivals become friends and later fall for each other. And seeing the main character become comfortable with her more feminine side. It made her a well rounded individual overall which is what anyone could hope for.