Hot Pursuit

Hot Pursuit NASCAR PR rep Kylie Palmer is a widow and a single mom and she sure isn t interested in dating especially not someone with a dangerous job But bounty hunter A T Treadway is young gorgeous and every i

  • Title: Hot Pursuit
  • Author: Wendy Etherington
  • ISBN: 9780373217953
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Paperback
  • NASCAR PR rep Kylie Palmer is a widow and a single mom and she sure isn t interested in dating especially not someone with a dangerous job But bounty hunter A T Treadway is young, gorgeous and every inch the perfect guy Suddenly Kylie is struggling between her feard a feeling she never thought she d experience again.A.T has his job cut out for him His secretNASCAR PR rep Kylie Palmer is a widow and a single mom and she sure isn t interested in dating especially not someone with a dangerous job But bounty hunter A T Treadway is young, gorgeous and every inch the perfect guy Suddenly Kylie is struggling between her feard a feeling she never thought she d experience again.A.T has his job cut out for him His secret investigation to find a fugitive is drawing him deeper into the world of NASCAR and closer to Kylie, a woman who is proving harder to pursue than his elusive target But when their fragile relationship is tested, can A.T convince Kylie that he s worth the risk

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    1. Hot Pursuit by Wendy EtheringtonHarlequin NASCAR LibrarySecrets And Legends Series Book 12Widow Kylie Palmer works for Motor Media Group and is the PR rep for NASCAR driver Will Branch. She’s been busy so far this season with the media wanting to drill her client on his missing father, Hilton Branch. When she meets her sons soccer coach she fights the attraction. She blames it on his being younger than her, but the truth may be that she’s still not ready to take a second chance on love after [...]

    2. It's been a tough week, so I needed a particular kind of book for bedtime reading. Something serious, but nothing too taxing. I don't often read for escapism, but when I needed to, this book was here for me. Thanks, Wendy.

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