The street racer meets the shy librarian.
Luke grew up on the wrong side of the tracks, but that never stopped him from making his dreams a reality.
When Violet stumbles into his shop, Luke knows he's met his match. But Violet isn't like most girls. She's sheltered and quiet, content to live in the world provided by the books she loves so much.
Both ruled by the lessons of their pasts, will their relationship ever get a chance at a future?
I loved this book and I didn’t have to be a “gear head” to enjoy it. Actually, once I started this book I didn’t put it down until I was finished!
In my opinion, I felt the book was paced appropriately, the characters were believable, and the “sex scenes” didn’t make up the whole story. I was disappointed that the editor was not a bit more thorough when doing their job but the errors were not so numerous to distract from the story.
If you like stories about “wrong side of the track” bad boys then be sure to give this book a read
The story is full of laughter, love, and sadness. It has a great mixture of feelings and was a good story to read. Luke works at a garage and Violet works at the library. They are completely different from each other but are brought together by Luke’s sister Frankie. I enjoyed how things worked out and will be looking forward to the next book.
I loved this story and can’t wait to read the next 2 in the series. Cute romance with some real life problems.