Book Reviews of A Chance Worth Taking (Harlequin NASCAR)

A Chance Worth Taking (Harlequin NASCAR)
A Chance Worth Taking - Harlequin NASCAR
Author: Carrie Weaver
ISBN-13: 9780373217809
ISBN-10: 0373217803
Publication Date: 11/1/2007
Pages: 256
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Great book - loved the play of the slightly older than normal characters. Especially loved that the mom was very realistic, she was looking out for her son but learning to have a life of her own too. Great romance and the son's character was a lot of fun too. The NASCAR setting was realistic and well-done. No major errors here so if you enjoy NASCAR you should enjoy this book.
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A Chance Worth Taking by Carrie Weaver
Harlequin NASCAR Series Library
After her risk taking husband left her alone to raise their toddler, Tess McIntyre became overly cautious. A bit of an overprotective mom, well actually a very, very overprotective mom. When her genius son Michael turns away his full ride to Stanford to announce he wants to race cars, her life falls apart. Or is this just a new beginning for her?

Sam Kincaid had a good feeling about this kid, even if he was only eighteen. His instincts told him to put Michael on his NASCAR Busch racing team, he just didnt know the kid would come with his mother, his very beautiful but protective mother. He only had to put up with her for six months and then send her back to Phoenix. Sam had no clue things could change so much in a mere six months.

This was a really unique story. Michael is a genius and it adds to making him a good driver, it also gives a unique view of fame at such a young age. Tess has been the best mom she could, but the story shows how sometimes we have to let our kids fail to help them in life. As always there is just as much action off the track as on it.