Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Accelerate: A Hotwired Novel

Accelerate: A Hotwired Novel by Tracy Wolff

A sexy carjacker takes a would-be starlet for the ride of her life as a pulse-pounding new series from New York Times bestselling author Tracy Wolff begins.
Once the brains behind a car-boosting ring, Nic Medina has spent the last three years playing it straight. Now drag racers flock to his L.A. auto shop, Hotwired, for a shot at going head-to-head with the man himself. But when a crooked cop gives Nic a treacherous ultimatum—steal ten high-end cars or watch his nephew disappear into the system—he makes the only choice he can, one that puts the life he’s worked so hard for at risk. No sooner does Nic agree than he spots some nasty competition—and a gorgeous bystander in harm’s way.
A small-town girl with Hollywood dreams, Jordan Bass never expected to be swept up in a real-life drama. But that’s exactly what happens when she witnesses a violent crime. And when a smoldering stranger takes the wheel and practically kidnaps her in a desperate bid to keep her safe, she’s not sure whether to scream . . . or kiss him. Nic’s bad news—but the real bad guys aren’t above silencing a witness. On a collision course with danger, Jordan finds herself falling for the man whose street smarts are keeping her alive . . . and whose touch puts her in high gear.

5.0 out of 5 stars want moreJanuary 5, 2016
This review is from: Accelerate: A Hotwired Novel (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book to read for an honest review*
I love love loved this book. It's bad guy without the over used bad guy thing going. He's not a jerk, not mean, he's just someone with a checkered past who gets involved in a bad situation. I love the cars, the suspense, the interactions. We have 2 severely damaged people and it's amazing to see them develop a real relationship. There's wit, humor, sexiness and more!
"I get how painful the past can be."
This was such a well written novel that by the end I was screaming "Ehrmagawd" because I want more more more!
I look forward to more of this series.
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