Moto Grand Prix #3
This final book in the Moto Grand Prix series is everything I could've hoped it could be. Written in quarantine during the Covid-19 Pandemic, it's the book that kept me going, even as everything around us was falling apart. I hope Mason and Chiara grant you the same joy they brought me.
Coming Aug 2, 2022 from
I am so incredibly privileged to be working with such a supportive editor, Mary Altman, and the entire Sourcebooks team. It’s been a joy from conception to cover art, and I have to offer a million thanks to my rockstar agent, Kelly Peterson of Rees Literary, for bringing us together.
One hotshot motorcycle racer
Plus the girl who's always been off-limits
Equals the ride of their lives.
Mason King has spent his life making the wrong choices. Not that anyone notices—the Moto Grand Prix racer and bull-riding bad boy lives forever in the shadow of his World Champion big brother. But anonymity has its perks when he's invited to dinner by Chiara Martes—an off-limits ex-girlfriend of a rival motorcycle racer.
Chiara may be a bit flaky, but she's always supported her moto racing best friend, and watching him fall in love with another woman wasn't exactly the highlight of her timeline. After being left (secretly) heartbroken, a one-night stand with infamous Mason King seems just the ticket to a successful rebound.
The two hit it off far too well, their sexual chemistry explosive, and soon Mason and Chiara's single hot date expands into a stream of circuit rendezvous and covert vacations until they're falling for each other at warp speed. But Chiara fears her strained childhood friendship will crumble apart if her romance with a rival is discovered. Still, she may not have a choice when a high-profile rodeo dares Mason back into the arena—eight seconds forever defining three couples, and revealing one very big secret between them.
What Early Readers
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"Mason and Chiara’s chemistry burns bright as they attempt to keep their romance under wraps against a backdrop of high-speed races and pounding adrenaline."