Over the Wall by Dorien Kelly
(Harlequin NASCAR)

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When his father's sudden death forces Nathan Cargill to take over his family's racing team, he's determined to ratchet up their performance. That's why he's just hired fitness trainer Stacy Evans, who's tempting the Cargill Motors interim manager to break his cardinal rule: never mix business with pleasure.

Coaching Nathan's over-the-wall crew is Stacy's chance to be part of the racing world. Falling for her handsome boss could derail all her plans. But with Nathan under suspicion and a scandal brewing that could blow the NASCAR world wide open, Stacy is determined to fight for her future with the man she loves....


About Dorien Kelly

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Her three favorite fictional works have remained constant through the years, although their rankings tend to shift: War and Peace, The Lawrenceville Stories, and A Town Like Alice. Favorite historical works are One Vast Winter Count, On the Border with Mackenzie and Crossing the Line. Favorite crime fiction authors are Michael Connelly, John Harvey and Peter Robinson.And that's all she can think of that would interest anyone. Carla Kelly is quite ordinary, except when she is sometimes prevailed upon to sing a scurrilous song about lumberjacks, or warble "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" in Latin. Then you might wonder about her.
Published June 1, 2009 by Harlequin. 224 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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