Dangerous Curves Paperback – 1 Jul 2008
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While investigating the murder of a NASCAR driver, Special Agent Lea Blackwell, a former drag racer, must team up with NASCAR superstar Blain Sanders, the object of her teenage crush, and they soon find themselves on a crash course of danger and passion. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
With over a million books in print, Pamela Britton likes to call herself the best known author nobody’s ever heard of. Of course, that’s begun to change thanks to a certain licensing agreement with that little racing organization known as NASCAR. But before the glitz and glamour of NASCAR, Pamela wrote books that were frequently voted the best of the best by The Detroit Free Press, Barnes & Noble (two years in a row) and RT BOOKclub Magazine.
Top Customer Reviews
Whether you're a rookie or a fan of Nascar this book is well worth a read as well as the subsiquent books in the series! :)
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Cece Blackwell is a FBI Agent. She's in the middle of a case ready to break open when her boss yanks her from that assignment and pushes her into a racecar circuit case. She has to work undercover, posing as a NASCAR groupie, while trying to get to the bottom of a racecar driver's death. She threatens to quit her job because of it, but her boss is determined to keep her on the case since she is the only one with enough knowledge to be believable in the high-powered, high-states world. Exacerbating the upset is the fact her high school crush, Blain Sanders heads one of the racecar teams. Sanders' NASCAR team employed the man who died. When she confronts Blain, he says he requested she run the investigation. He knows she is good with the cars, the circuit and can blend in well, so will cause minimum fuss while the investigation runs its course. Blain would accept the death of the other driver was an accident, but for the threatening letters, which came just before the man died.
Cece must race to find a killer, while the throttle on her attraction to Blain is thrown wide open. The fast pace of the writing matches the racing theme, and the hero and heroine are deliciously attractive, drawing you in to the high-profile world of stockcar racing. Britton makes the transition from historical romance writer to contemporary romance writer with ease. It's pedal to the metal fun.
Blain explains that it appears on the surface Randy, his team's driver, died in an accident except for the fact he received threatening letters. Reluctantly she accepts the case. Rather quickly Blain and Cecilia (as he calls her) struggle with an attraction for one another, but unlike high school she is hesitant to act on her feelings for fear of rejection and the danger of her work. As the threats rise and the killer becomes even bolder, the duo works together to uncover the murderer while falling in love.
DANGEROUS CURVES is a fast-paced police procedural romance that stars two wonderful protagonists whose romance has a bumpy detoured path. The investigation is cleverly handled and shares lead theme with the romance and the insightful look at a racing car team. Cece is handled brilliantly throughout but especially when she suffers a traumatic injury while Blain is more of a surprise as he seems so confident and sure of himself yet (read the book). Pamela Britton provides her audience with an exciting spin.
CeCe Blackwell is a no-nonsence FBI agent who left her small town to pursue a career in law enforcement. But she gets a case that she can't shake working for Blain Sanders, someone she tried to forget way back when. He is a Cup car owner who lost a dear friend to what doesn't look like an accident and he needs CeCe to help him figure it out.
This is a page turner, and you won't be able to put it down!