Ken (K.N.) Casper
is determined to interview Adam Sanford for her new racing biography. Problem
is, the enigmatic team owner is frustratingly private—he refuses to have
anything to do with the project. Is Adam hiding something? Because if he is,
Tara will do whatever is necessary to find the truth!
Racing is Adam's life. The last thing he needs is Tara's pretty little nose
sniffing at the skeletons in his family's closet. But even as Adam grudgingly
lets her into the NASCAR world, he realizes he may have made the biggest
mistake of all—falling for a woman who could ruin both his family and his
reading this series since the beginning and the stories are all a lot of fun to
read. Readers should keep in mind that the romance in these stories is usually
second to the sport of NASCAR. When you read one of these series be prepared to
learn more about the fan favorite sport. I've been a NASCAR fan for several
years now, watching the sport every Sunday. I've learned a lot about the sport
over the years as a fan, but since I started reading these books my knowledge
of the sport has grown greatly.
said, even those who aren't NASCAR fans will enjoy this series, especially now
that Harlequin has decided to connect the story and add a little murder,
mystery and intrigue. Scandals and Secrets started the off the month providing
readers with a glimmer of what is come in the next 16 books.
starts at the infamous NASCAR awards banquet, beginning where the last book
left off when Dean Grosso won the NASCAR Sprint Cup. Immediately after the
dinner Grosso's car owner is killed. What is to be believed as a mugging may be
A few new
NASCAR families are introduced in Scandals and Secrets giving viewers a look at
some of the new characters they will be reading about in the next few books.
This story centers on the Sanford family. The three brothers have grown up in
the NASCAR world. The hero, Adam Sanford, is the owner of the racecar that his
brother Trey is driving. Another brother left NASCAR under a cloud of suspicion
several years before. Each brother will be featured in one of the Harlequin books.
is an author who is set to write a book about NASCAR families. She chooses the
Sanford family to write about. The book itself isn't bad, but the couple really
didn't work well. I was a little disappointed with that aspect of the book. Being
the true fan of NASCAR that I am though, I really liked all the information the
author shared about the pre-season setup of NASCAR, so the author scored some
points with me there.
As with all
first series books, authors have to take some time for readers to get to know
all the players and provide the mystery, etc. This doesn't leave a lot of time
for character development. Maybe if this couple had a little more time we would
have been able to like them as a romantic couple a little bit more??
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