Crossing the Line (Hard Driving #3)

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He wanted her the first time he saw her. It didn't matter that he was on stage in front of a room full of reporters, or that his publicist was telling him to move on, or that she was asking him a question about racing. One look at her "just been bedded" hair — completely at odds with her deliciously prim appearance — and Ty Riggs is hooked.

Corrine Bellows is one of the woefully few women in a male profession: sports reporting. In a field where "Hey, sweetheart, can you fetch me a cup of copy" is part of her job description, she's determined to keep things professional. And while interviewing Ty Riggs, the hottest new driver on and off the track, is a major scoop, Corrine knows that she is in major trouble when it becomes clear that Ty wants so much more and is determined to get it. As things heat up between them, Corrine finds herself on shakier ground. Her big secret just may destroy everything.

Book Info

  • Original Title:Crossing the Line (Hard Driving #3)
  • Author:
  • Rating:7.34 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:9781466889040
  • ASIN:-
  • Publisher:Published June 14th 2016 by Swerve

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Chapter 1


“And Riggs makes another attempt to—yes! He grabs the lead with only ten laps to go! Ladies and gentlemen, keep your eyes peeled because this will no doubt be a finish y’all don’t want to miss!”

Cori Bellowes pressed her face against the glass wall that overlooked the track. Throughout most of the race, the announcer’s voice had barely cut through the din in the press box. But now that they were getting close to the finish, the race was becoming more intense. The reporters had grown quiet, barely breathing as they watched the drivers jockey for position at over a hundred fifty miles an hour.

One of the series’ newer drivers—Ty Riggs—had just overtaken a veteran racer and was pulling away from the pack. It was his second year in the Intercomm Cup, the highest level of stock car racing, but he’d come up through the ranks over the past dozen years to make a name f...

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