- Tapa blanda: 290 páginas
- Editor: Createspace (17 de febrero de 2011)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1456552805
- ISBN-13: 978-1456552800
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Racing Outside the Line: A Love Story at 190 Mph (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 17 feb 2011
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Alexis Winston has been obsessed with famous race car driver Seth Keller ever since her older brother became best friends with him. After her parents pass away, Seth's father becomes her legal guardian, and Seth begins referring to her as kid sister. But when she returns home from college a grown woman, she becomes determined to prove to him that she is definitely not a kid, and the spark that ignites between them is anything but sisterly. Now they must battle her brother, her guardian, and his fiancé, all under the watchful eyes of the media as they fight to hang onto each other.
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Part of what bothered me about this story is that Lexie (h) equated sex with love in their first encounter and she's still doing it despite very mixed messages from Seth (H). Since the rekindling of their relationship happens while he's still engaged, I found her attachment odd - and the lack of references to his fiancee troubling. I'm the first person to admit that romance novels are escapist and inherently unrealistic (in most, not all, cases) but wouldn't a sane woman be more hesitant? It's as if Ms. Montague pulls out the fiancee card when she remembers it instead of weaving it in throughout the story.
I liked the idea of the plot and liked some of the characters but felt the execution could use some refining and editing.
I would have liked the love story to have played out a little slower because it felt a bit rushed and the characters didn't feel completely developed to me. Then again, I really want more of their stories and hope will come soon. Recommend.
There were times where some typos got in the way of the scene, but they were easily overlooked overall. Another pass over by an editor wouldn't go astray.
I am not a car buff, nor will I ever be, so I was quite happy when Kimberly didn't go into too much detail about the cars and the racing. It was enough to satisfy my interests in the topic, providing enough filler to make the characters real and three dimensional, while not too much so as to cover up the real reason we want to read the story... steamy, sexy Seth! I loved Seth... maybe it was the bad-ass racing boy that got to me?
I will admit, that at times I wanted to smack Lexie... she got a little too frustrating towards the end of the book with all her emotional baggage. Don't get me wrong, I fully understand why she was going through it, but I felt we got to see just a little too much, which made her become a bit annoying at times.
I LOVED Gene! I wish we'd got to see some more of him... perhaps a side story about Gene?
I quite like the cover art, though Seth is better looking than the guy on the cover in my mind :)
The sexy side of this story was both sweet/romantic and sexy/steamy. I liked that we got to see both sides of the couple, not just the sweet and gentle side, but the crazy out of control side too.
Thanks for an enjoyable read Kimberly!