Racing Storms

Racing Storms

by Sara Russell

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BN ID: 2940157359454
Publisher: North Loop Books
Publication date: 02/27/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 200
File size: 733 KB

About the Author

Sara Russell is a longtime Texan, weather junkie, and motorsports fan who sees nothing wrong with using “y’all” for the second-person plural. Though tomboyish in interests, Sara maintains that one can do practically anything in a cute dress and flats. She lives in the anything-goes capital city of Austin. Sara is a member of Writers’ League of Texas and Romance Writers of America. Racing Storms is her first novel.

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Racing Storms 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
RuthieJonesTX More than 1 year ago
In Racing Storms, Decoursey and Kennan embark on a whirlwind courtship set in motion by Decoursey’s need for protection against a dangerous ex husband and Kennan’s need for a place to stay in a fully booked Dallas/Fort Worth because of the NASCAR race at Texas Motor Speedway. When these two come together, look out! Instead of simmering or ambling along at a snail’s pace, this budding romance takes off at race-car speed and with tornado intensity. Even though the romance is front and center in Racing Storms, the story does touch on some interesting and serious issues, such as the dangerous and debilitating consequences of concussions and the crippling and often paralyzing effect of not letting go and moving on from failed relationships. While the overall story is quick paced and fun, I wanted the romantic aspect to slow down a bit to avoid falling into that unrealistic trap. I was already skeptical of a single woman having enough trust to put out an advertisement for a man to stay with her over the weekend (background check notwithstanding) for protection against her dangerous ex husband, so having them behave as if they had been dating for months on the very first night made my head spin. Not that I'm complaining too much, of course. The good news is that the mushy sweetness and subsequent steaminess of their immediate physical attraction are tempered by three things: Decoursey’s ex husband, the tornado that wreaks havoc at the end of the story, and the Jolly Roger doily that Decoursey is crocheting.