Friday, May 15, 2009

Review: Hard and Fast by Erin McCarthy

Boy, I'm impressed with myself... today is like the day from hell ^_^; I'm just being extremely busy at work. See, Monday is a holiday, so technically, this week-end is a long week-end... and my supervisor scheduled an experiment on Tuesday. Thing is, I have to prepare all the samples for Tuesday... and well, let just say if I had an extra day or half-day, it would be sooooo much better! I hate it that everytime we do a big/important experiment, I have to rush like crazy to get all the samples prepared... It takes freaking 1.5 days to prepare the samples and I can only do 3 at the times... But wait, I don't only have to make the samples, I have to concentrate them and label them with dye! So yeah, rushing here so I don't have to come in during my LONG week-end.

Anyway, I still managed to write a buddy review with Ames for Breezing Through:) We've read Hard and Fast by Erin McCarthy earlier this week and started discussing it right away :) We learned our lessons with Flat-Out Sexy (if wait too long, it's not going to happen ^_^; )... and I'm currently discussing The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie with Leslie... so expect that one next week! So yeah, that's why I'm impressed at myself... multi-tasking :)

Focus, Nath, focus. So yes, Hard and Fast by Erin McCarthy! This book takes place in the world of stock car racing and is the second book in the Fast-Track series :) Enjoy the review here!

Grad student Imogen Wilson realizes she's hit on the perfect thesis for her sociology degree. If she follows the so-called "rules" on how to get a man, can she steer her way into the world and hearts of stock race car drivers, and establish their dating— and mating—patterns?

Although sexy and reckless racer Ty McCordle is the ideal test subject, Imogen knows that for the sake of science, she can't give in to her growing attraction for him. Yet he's the one who's chasing after her, and Imogen realizes that she actually wants to be caught. A southern gentleman like Ty will satisfy all her curiosity—and make all the risks worthwhile...

2 comments:

  1. I'm impressed with you, too. :D

    I'm also rather busy at the moment, but unlike you, it's a hell of my own making and so far, I didn't manage to write a book comment. Or read. LOL

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  2. Yeah, well I'm grasping at straws a bit ^_^; I guess, it does help that blogland is quiet LOL, blog-hopping goes faster :D

    Hope you get unbusy soon!

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