When life in the fast lane threatens to implode …
Melanie Hunt’s job working for the Delta racing team means she is constantly rubbing shoulders with Formula One superstars in glamorous locations like Monte Carlo. But she has already learned that keeping a professional distance is crucial if she doesn’t want to get hurt.
New Delta team driver Aiden Foster lives his life like he drives his cars – fast and hard. But, no matter how successful he is, it seems he always falls short of his championship-winning father’s legacy. If he could just stay focused, he could finally make that win.
Resolve begins to slip as Melanie and Aiden find themselves drawn to each other –with nowhere to hide as racing season begins. But when a troubled young boy goes missing, everything is thrown into turmoil, including Aiden’s championship dream.
I’m delighted to join the blog tour today for the new book from Kathryn Freeman: Before You was published for kindle by Choc Lit on 7th June, and is available from Amazon in the UK and US. I often say “I just couldn’t fit in the reading”, but I was particularly gutted about this one. I know that anything from Choc Lit is going to be a great read, but I’ve read and loved Kathryn Freeman’s writing before – here’s my review of the excellent Search For The Truth. She’s also a great supporter of Being Anne, and has been my guest a few times – and she’s also one of the very best retweeters I know. Ah well, I’m sure I can catch up with it later…
How about I offer you the chance to win a paperback copy of Search For The Truth? With thanks to tour organiser Brook Cottage Books, the author, and publishers Choc Lit, here’s the rafflecopter for entry (open internationally):
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Kathryn was born in Wallingford, England but has spent most of her life living in a village near Windsor. In 2011, backed by her family, she left the world of pharmaceutical science to begin life as a self-employed writer, juggling the two disciplines of medical writing and romance. Some days a racing heart is a medical condition, others it’s the reaction to a hunky hero…
With two teenage boys and a husband who asks every Valentine’s Day whether he has to bother buying a card again this year (yes, he does) the romance in her life is all in her head. Then again, her husband’s unstinting support of her career change goes to prove that love isn’t always about hearts and flowers – and heroes can come in many disguises.
Kathryn has an excellent website, and can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.