Chase Calhoun has worked hard at making Calhoun Customs a world-wide sensation and keeping his father’s dream alive. He hasn’t had time to think about settling down, so he’s not expecting to find love or new life in their garage amongst the ghosts of his family’s past.
Charlotte Jackson is on the run from a rebellious past, determined to prove she can be a good mom to three-month-old baby, Zoe. Tired of being delegated to the back office of the racing team her famous NASCAR family owns, she sets out to establish herself as a custom design artist. But her past soon threatens her future and everything she’s worked hard to build is challenged.
While Chase slowly loses his heart, Charlotte learns that sometimes family is more than just blood and DNA.
Previously titled Overdrive
Good but too short
This book was a good short read. The story construction was solid and the writing style is excellent, but the dramatic pieces were wrapped up a little fast. I can see places where it could have been expanded, and if the novel was at least a third longer it would stand on its own instead of feeling like a prequel.
I loved the characters ,good and bad. I can’t wait to see how the rest of the Calhoun settle down .
Sorry. Don’t usually leave a bad review but…
The plot is OK, the characters are good, but more research into 1. NASCAR and 2. Parkinson’s. Both are really poorly represented in these three books.
You make Parkinson’s sound like a death sentence…there are a lot of different treatments out there, some are absolutely mind blowing. Now, people can live decades with this disease.
NASCAR. I am not sure which division you are modeling after, but… this is just a really bad depiction. None of it works this way…at all. You probably should’ve just went with “racing” and left NASCAR out of it.