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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Review: Race for love by Nana Malone

Race for love by Nana Malone
Release date: June 22,2015
Publisher:CreateSpace Independent 
My rating: 3
buy here: Amazon

Up and coming racecar driver, Kisima Jennings, is all alone in the world and that’s exactly how she likes it. Who has time for family or friends? She has to keep the pedal to the floor before the career she’s worked so hard for goes up in smoke. But when a near-fatal crash jeopardizes her future, she’s forced to lean on someone for the first time in her life. As a star athletic trainer, Derek Donovan has always kept his eyes on the prize, never letting personal entanglements come between him and his dream of being head trainer for the New Orleans Jaguars—until one misstep costs him everything. Now he’s starting over, but with a client as tempting as Kisima, is he destined to repeat the mistakes of his past? Will the Race for Love trump the race for their futures, or can Kisima and Derek both find the success they’re longing for in each other’s arms?

My Thoughts:
I usually like books about racing, but for some reason this book didn't gel with me. I absolutely loved the characters though. Kisima was a really strong female lead. There was real chemistry between Kisima and Derek. If you liked Erin McCarthy's racing series, you'll love these books.