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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio; Unabridged edition (24 Sept. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1452609667
  • ISBN-13: 978-1452609669
  • Product Dimensions: 16.3 x 2.8 x 13.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,161,223 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Erin McCarthy is the author of sassy, sexy tales of contemporary and paranormal romance. She also writes paranormal young adult novels as Erin Lynn. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Tester on 4 May 2009
Format: Paperback
"Hard and Fast" by Erin McCarthy is the second book in the Fast Track series and an absolute hit. It's funny, sexy and hot, sweet and overall just great to read. I liked Erin McCarthy's books before this series but now I really love her work.
The book is about Imogen Wilson, a sociology grad student and stock car driver Ty McCordle (they met each other for the first time in "Flat-out sexy").
On the first glance two people couldn't be more different but still they are fascinated by each other. Imogen likes how relaxed but still focused and sure of himself Ty is and Ty is fascinated by Imogen's need to understand why people behave the way they do and her honesty. When they get to know each other more closely and discover that together they can relax, have fun (their camping trip is hilarious) and talk about Skakespeare they are suprised but also delighted by it. But after turning their relationship in a serious one they have to realize that the differences can be hard to overcome especially when Ty reveals his biggest secret (but don't worry, there will be a happy ending for them).
"Hard and Fast" is a great book and Imogen and Ty are an awsome pair. The way they treat each other is really sweet and I loved reading about them. This book has everything a good romance needs and Erin McCarthy's way to write makes this a fantastic read.
Another terrific point is that you get to meet Tamara, Elec, Evan, Suzanne and Ryder from "Flat-out sexy" (you need to read that one before "Hard and Fast") again. That's just great because it's not like with many other authors where characters from previous books just seem to disappear and are neglected. It's nice to see that Erin McCarthy really cares about her characters from "Flat-out sexy" and gives the reader more of them.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By readaholic on 13 Feb. 2010
Format: Paperback
Oh my, oh my. This is the second of this series and is just as good as the first (Flat out sexy), there just has to be a third. This is about Ty and Imogen and you will just be willing them to get it on from the very begining. I have read this book four times. I love it and want everyone to read it, tell your friends i have, they love it too. You will feel all warm and happy inside once you've finished this book. x
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Format: Paperback
Flat Out Sexy was the very first book I read by this author, and by the end, I'd googled her and ordered this book as well as Hot Finish, the third in the series due out later n 2010. I think I've discovered a fave new author.

Imogen (aka Emma Jean as Imogen's too fancy for regular-Joe Ty, and Engine as as he says, she gets his motor racing!) and Ty's interactions in FOS had already intrigued me, as it was clearly a case of a school-marm type and a bad-boy type, opposites attracting, but set in modern rather than historic times, and therefore without many of the social hang-ups, and it was great that this book started pretty much immediately after FOS ended, so all was fresh in my mind. I loved how Imogen was slightly gawky socially, despite her obvious intellect and how her frankness and honesty led to the relationship with Ty taking off in 5th gear and never stopping til they got their HEA. Nothing was taboo, and both leads played off each other so well that the book was over before I realised it. In some ways, she reminded me of the character of Temperance Brennan in the series Bones, but with more genuine warmth.

We got a fast-paced, hot, sexy and LOL funny tale, and we got to see Tammy & Elec and their HEA, as well as seeing more of Suzanne and Ryder, and I can already tell that sparks are about to fly in their tale, which I can't wait for. Yes, the path of true love could not run entirely smoothly, so there was the typical misunderstanding, heartbreak then HEA, and I enjoyed it from start to finish.
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Hard and Fast is the second book in Erin McCarthy's Fast Track series. This is Ty and Imogen's story. Imogen is working on her thesis for her PhD in Sociology with a topic of testing the idea of “How to marry a race car drive in 6 easy steps” to see if it is true. Ty is a race car driver who's life revolves round driving. He has only dated women for sex but when he gets to know Imogen, he wants more of a relationship. Imogen has been attracted to Ty for quite a while but has hidden her feelings for him so she is surprised and really happy when Ty shows he is interested in her.

I have really liked the Fast Track series but in this book I thought Imogen was too controlled and thought everything out way too much. In the last book, Ty was shown as a man who slept around a lot but not so much in this book. I enjoyed this book but found it to be more of an erotic romance than I would have liked. There were a lot of sex scene which I found unnecessary.

The covers are fantastic but, honestly, I don't picture race car drivers to be that muscular. In all of the books in this series, the only 'work out' the men get is when they are having sex and, I could be wrong, but I don't think sex gives muscles like the one on the covers.

I think “Flat-Out Sexy” #1 in this series was a great book so it is hard for the rest to hold up to that one.
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