“Ladies, Start Your Engines” by
Days before Christmas Savannah is fired
from her NASCAR job, by her father no less. But, she is
going to use this opportunity to do what she was born to do,
be a mechanic. She knows just the man to help her out, whom
she can help in the deal but will Mackenzie Briggs let her?
And can she keep her hands off him?
Start Your Engines” is a heartfelt tale about a woman
who wants to finally live her own life and not the life
someone else wants her to live. She finally breaks away and
does what she has always wanted to and the consequences are
not only revved up but, quite studley.
“'Tis the Silly Season” by
Roxanne St. Claire
NASCAR racer Clay needs the
unthinkable. He needs a family and he needs it yesterday or
he might be out of the running for a much-desired
sponsorship. So he launches a harebrained scheme to hire
the waitress he just met that is full of spunk. He will
give her and her kids the storybook Christmas she will never
be able to pull off alone. But, is more than Christmas in
the air? Is Cupid running around also?
the Silly Season” is a fast paced story about love at
first sight even if the main characters don't see it right
off the bat. Ms. St. Claire points out that sometimes
charades have some truth to them.
“Unbreakable” by Debra Webb
Rush needs help, and his sponsor
agrees. For some reason there is a slanderous smear
campaign going on featuring him with women he has never done
things with. So one of the ways they are hoping to change
this is to hire an independent consultant to prove that
NASCAR drivers are serious athletes. Hoping that Dr.
Max(ine) Gray can help show that Rush and his sport is not
to be taken lightly. But, what will happen to Max and
Rush’s hearts, spending that much time together before
tells the story about what a former child prodigy and a
super hot NASCAR driver have in common? Ms. Webb shows that
they are just people like the rest of us and you can't
always choose who you will love.
these three stories centering around NASCAR and Christmas to
be nicely packaged together. While all three stories and
writers were different styles and settings they fit together
well for this anthology, A NASCAR Holiday. You
don't have to be a NASCAR fan to enjoy them, but if you are
it will be a bit of a bonus. Take a chance and delve into
the world of NASCAR with the spirit of Christmas, you won’t