Physical therapist Dana VanAlstyne's dreams of a family were lost in the dust of a motocross racecourse. Although she's filled her life with her work and church activities, it hasn't filled the empty space inside her. Nor has it eased the heartache of being abandoned by a man who wasn't ready for a wife and children. Now her dream is to open her own private practice. All she needs is the capital to make that happen.
Anton, "Mac," Macachek may be the top professional motocross racer in the country but he still has one race that matters more to him: winning a championship at Unadilla Raceway and showing the hometown folks the bad boy did amount to something. But when a horrific accident sidelines those plans, he makes a deal with the women he once loved with all his heart. A woman who abandoned him. If Dana will get him back in racing shape, he'll fund her new practice. Then an even more dangerous risk is revealed. If Mac races again, he could die.
Does Dana have enough faith to risk her heart again? She loved Mac once, but feared he loved motocross racing more than he loved her. If she helps him mend his broken body, will it also mend her broken heart? Or will it all be lost again in the dust and danger of a motocross racetrack?
TEAM MACACHEK: Meet the strong women and fearless men of the motocross circuit.
About the Author
Jean C. Gordon's writing is a natural extension of her love of reading. From that day in first grade when she realized t-h-e was the word "the," she's been reading everything she can put her hands on. A former financial planner, Jean is as at home writing retirement- and investment-planning advice as she is writing romance novels, but finds novels a lot more fun.
She and her college-sweetheart husband tried the city life in Los Angeles, but quickly returned home to their native Upstate New York. They share a 170-year-old farmhouse just south of Albany, NY, with their daughter and son-in-law, two grandchildren, and a menagerie of pets. Their son lives nearby. While Jean creates stories, her family grows organic fruits and vegetables and tends the livestock de jour.
Although her writing and family don't leave her a lot of spare time, Jean likes to give back when she can. She and her husband team-taught a seventh-and-eighth-grade Sunday school class for several years and currently serve on her church's Evangelism Committee. She also shares her love of books with others by volunteering at the church's Book Nook.
You can keep in touch with her at www.Facebook.com/JeanCGordon.Author, @JeanCGordon, or www.JeanCGordon.com. Sign-up for her Readers Group and Newsletter http://littl.ink/NewsSignup.