New Release Book Review: Fast Lane by Juanita Kees

I really enjoyed Overdrive: book 1 in Calhoun Customs Garage series when I read it last year, but I loved Fast Lane: book 2 even more.

Fast Lane (Calhoun Customs Garage, #2)There’s plenty of adrenaline-packed action and chemistry to be had in this book as well as some more serious issues.

Trinity Calhoun is a world-class race car driver and she’s just about to retire and return to Bigfork to be with her dad who is struggling with Parkinson’s. A freak accident in her last race has her meeting gorgeous paramedic Reece, better known as Angel.

Racing is a dangerous sport and a tragedy has touched Reece and he is now guardian for 9-year-old Tyler. This tragedy has also brought him to Bigfork.

I really enjoyed returning to the town and to the Calhoun family.

Trinity’s love of speed and Reece’s dislike of the dangers of speed and cars mean that these two getting together have them needing to overcome some obstacles. I really enjoyed the growing relationship between these two, something that started out as a fun kiss turns into so much more. I liked the way they discussed things and tried to work out what they both wanted.

One character I hope we get to hear more from was Tyler, he has survived a tragic accident, but has definitely not come out of it unscathed and it will take a lot to make him feel whole again. Having Reece and Trinity in his corner will definitely help his healing and I really want to know how he goes after this book.

I also look forward to seeing how the other Calhoun siblings go with finding their HEAs, it was great to see how Chase and Charlie were going from book 1.

I hope I don’t have to wait 12 months for the next instalment of the Calhoun Customs Garage.

Thanks to NetGalley and Tule Publishing for a digital copy of this novel in return for an honest review.

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