Revving Her Up is another great book that I couldn't put down. The sex scenes were hot, the male was hotter and successful. The woman was beautiful and successful. You add some fast cars to it all and you can't help but love it. I may have read another book by this author but I can’t remember. After this one I will definitely look for more. Joy Daniels had me from the first pages and kept me till the end.
Sarah is an overwork attorney who needs some R&R. She also needs someone to make her engine purr. But along the way she ends up hitting a pot hole. She gets stranded in the town of Rapture and meets the hunky hero, Cole. He has been hurt by a woman before and has given up on relationships. Women just want his money. In my opinion, he’s definitely someone who would make anyone's engine purr. Cole grew up liking fast cars and speed. Luckily Sarah likes the same. They both discover that they can help each other. Will they give in or let it pass them by?
Her love life is running on empty. And he’s just the man to make her engine purr.
Sarah Katz’s career as a New York lawyer is in high gear—and the stress has left her hormones sputtering. With strict doctor’s orders to relax, she books the cure: a spa vacation in the cool, green mountains of Virginia.
When a pothole sends her Porsche to the side of the road, she finds herself stuck in small-town Rapture. She’d love nothing more than to blow this Hicksville and be on her way…until she meets sexy stockcar mechanic Cole Cassidy.
Coles knows exactly how to handle that fancy car, and its uptight driver. Sarah’s not his type, but neither can deny that their attraction is firing on all cylinders. Soon he’s introducing her to the thrill of speed at the local track—in his car, and on it.
But Sarah’s troubles aren’t so easily left in the dust. Unless she forces herself to decide if she’s willing and able to let someone else take the wheel.
Warning: Contains a false start, breakdowns of the automotive and erotic kinds, creative uses of shower massagers and silk ties, and thrill-rides in, on, and outside of a racecar.