Posted in Books by Juanita Kees, Calhoun Customs Garage, Small Town USA Romance

Fast Lane


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Hello dear readers and thank you again to Kelsey for hosting me.

Kees with Australian V8 racing heroes, Garth Tander.

When I created Calhoun Customs Garage, I wanted at least one of the children to be a racing car driver. Having started the series with the eldest sibling, Chase and featuring middle brother, Mason, I figured I’d go to the end of the line for book 2,Fast Lane, and write a story about the youngest Calhoun. Of all five siblings, Trinitywasthe hardest one to write. She’s a hothead, runs on adrenaline and racing fuel, and seldom passes up on a dare. Poor Reece, he’sin for a rough ride.

Trinity comes crashing into Reece’s life at a time when he’s struggling to comes to terms withhaving to be a single-parenttohis godson, Tyler.Our hero and heroine have both loved and lost someone special to them, both are learning…

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ARRA 2014 Nominee; RWA RUBY Nominee; Diploma in Proofreading, Editing and Publishing; Published author since 2012; Debut Author with Harlequin's digital pioneer, Escape Publishing.

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