The Racer's Widow by Aly Grady

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The racing industry has all types of people involved from the drivers to the mechanics even to the office support staff. The wives of those who travel, even if they aren’t drivers, call themselves racing widows. These are the women who stay home and raise their children. They shuttle the kids to preschool and soccer games and anything else to keep the kids in as normal an upbringing they can. The Racer’s Widow is a story of one such family.

Christie and Keith McClure are a racing family with twin sons who are active in karting, which is a competitive form of motorsport racing used as a training ground for children. Keith is an engineer on a professional race team. Tragedy strikes and Christie is left to raise her sons alone. But life keeps going and she finds strength in her children, friends and eventually a new relationship with Devin Sinclair.

Devin is a man of many talents. He is introduced to Christie as a handyman when in reality he is the CEO of his own company. He continually offers to help Christie around the house so he can get to know her better. When Devin exerts his possessive, take-charge personality at the wrong time it scares Christie when all she needs at that moment is to focus on her children.
Devin publically opens up about his childhood and how he wants to help make life a little easier for the kids of the city. Christie admits to a friend that she is too stubborn to confess her feelings to Devin. In the end, it is Christie’s children that bring the two back together to work out their differences.

About Aly Grady

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Published November 19, 2012 by Telemachus Press, LLC. 92 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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