Review: Hard and Fast by Erin McCarthy

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Review: Hard and Fast by Erin McCarthy
Hard and Fast
Book Info

Released: May 5, 2009
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Fast Track #2
Pages: 304

So I was really excited to read this book since I liked Imogen from the beginning of Flat Out Sexy. She is just quirky, a bit weird and has a crude personality. She’s very smart but doesn’t really know how to interact with other people. Ty on the other hand gave the impression of being the carefree player. However, there’s a whole other side to his story. He has dyslexia and was never able to learn to read, something he has battled his whole life with and kept secret. Once we get to know him more, he is actually very thoughtful and a character with deep emotions.

Imogen figures out a topic for her thesis. She will follow the rules outlined in a book on how to snag a race car driver. Of course, she’s never been good at flirting, how will she be able to do it. And of course the one driver she decides not to test the rules with is Ty because she has an interest in the result. But Ty doesn’t let her get away with that. He can’t figure out what it is about her but he is fascinated and just has to have her. Even after finding out what she wants to do for her thesis.

Their sexual encounters are hot, their conversations are hillarious. She really just says whats on her mind, you gotta love her. Even though at the end it seemed a bit rushed for them to want to get married in my opinion, the whole proposal was so romantic and their problems at the end felt real considering they hadn’t been even dating that long.

I am not really looking forward to Suzanne’s book. Even though I didn’t mind her character in this book as much as in the first one, now she got a bit depressing along with her annoying qualities. Boo hoo, so you have to go back to work because your ex husband is not supporting you anymore. But I’ll get to her book soon enough. I do enjoy this series and how its written!!!

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About Erin McCarthy

USA Today and New York Times Bestselling author Erin McCarthy sold her first book in 2002 and has since written almost fifty novels and novellas in teen fiction, new adult, and adult romance. Erin has a special weakness for New Orleans, tattoos, high-heeled boots, beaches and martinis. She lives in Ohio with her family, two grumpy cats and a socially awkward dog.

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