Fast Lane by Juanita Kees

Fast Lane by Juanita Kees
Calhoun Customs Garage Book 2
Publisher: Tule Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full length (151 pages)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Mistflower

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Reece Balmain arrives in Big Fork a broken man. He’s lived and breathed through horror accidents, haunted by the faces of the people he’s cut from vehicles. He knows one thing–speed kills. He’s hoping not to see too much of it in small town Montana, until he hears about the drag races taking place outside of town. He knows Trinity Calhoun. He’s watched her race, seen her win, held his breath when her car somersaulted into barriers in Daytona Beach. He doesn’t like what she does, but he can’t stay away from the woman who’s claiming his heart.

Honestly, this was a really good read. I didn’t realize it was the second book in a series until after I finished it. I sensed it was, so wasn’t surprised when I found out it indeed was part of a series. There was a sense of family and community that I connected with. Now, knowing that I missed the first book, I want to go back and start from the beginning.

I can report that Fast Lane was an entertaining read with super “cool” leading characters. The heroine is a NASCAR race car driver and the hero is a paramedic – a pretty awesome combination with so much potential to make a riveting story. While I can’t say it completely met its potential, I can say that it was a pleasant read. The heroine’s name was Trinity Calhoun and she is full of sass and strength with a touch of vulnerability. The hero’s name is Reece Balmain. He’s a bit weak and he can’t make up his mind in the difficult situation that he’s in. Reece made the story feel like a head banger with his “woe is me what should I do” attitude. I prefer my leading men to be confident.

Overall it was a heartwarming story involving several well-developed characters that were easy to relate to. As I said, I’d like to go back to the first book so I can get to know all other characters better that were present in Fast Lane. As much as this could be considered a standalone book, I felt that I was missing a connection that was developed earlier in the series.

If the synopsis sounds interesting to you then I’d recommend giving this book a chance. Reece and Trinity touched my heart and I am glad that I got to share their happily ever after love story.

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