In The Groove

  • Title: In The Groove
  • Author: Pamela Britton
  • ISBN: 9780373770984
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Paperback
  • In The Groove She wouldn t know a NASCAR star if he hit her with his car and he just did Sarah was a kindergarten teacher until a sleazy ex boyfriend got her fired Now the only job she can find is driving the motor
    She wouldn t know a NASCAR star if he hit her with his car and he just did.Sarah was a kindergarten teacher until a sleazy ex boyfriend got her fired Now the only job she can find is driving the motor coach for racing star Lance Cooperwhoever that is Sarah doesn t know a thing about NASCAR she just needs a job, and she s off to a rocky start when she doesn t even recoShe wouldn t know a NASCAR star if he hit her with his car and he just did.Sarah was a kindergarten teacher until a sleazy ex boyfriend got her fired Now the only job she can find is driving the motor coach for racing star Lance Cooperwhoever that is Sarah doesn t know a thing about NASCAR she just needs a job, and she s off to a rocky start when she doesn t even recognize her ultra famous boss.Lance can t help but notice Sarah s sweet smile and how seriously unimpressed she is with his fame It s a reaction that piques his interest that is, until things get a little too friendly on the bus But Sarah has no interest in Lance s jet setting life she d rather deal with spit balls than one super sexy race car driver.But when things begin to heat up on the track, Sarah begins to wonder if life in the fast lane might be a detour worth taking and if maybe, just maybe, she might be able to take a famous race car driver down a rocky road to find love.The high speed thrill of NASCAR racing meets the high stakes game of love in this whirlwind romance from the author of Dangerous Curves

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    About Pamela Britton


    1. With over a million books in print, Pamela Britton likes to call herself the best known author nobody s ever heard of Of course, that s begun to change thanks to a certain licensing agreement with that little racing organization known as NASCAR.Nowadays it s not unusual to hear her books being discussed by the likes of Jay Leno, Keith Olbermann, or Stephen Colbert Flip open a magazine and you might read about her, too, in Sports Illustrated, Entertainment Weekly, or Southwest Airlines Spirit Magazine Channel surf and you might see her on CNN, ESPN, ABC or NBC But before the glitz and glamour of NASCAR, Pamela wrote books that were frequently voted the best of the best by The Detroit Free Press, Barnes Noble two years in a row and RT BOOKclub Magazine She s won numerous writing awards, including the National Reader s Choice Award, and a nomination for Romance Writers of America s Golden Heart and the Holt Medallion.When not following the race circuit, Pamela writes full time from her ranch in Northern California where she lives with her husband, daughter and, at last count, twenty one four legged friends.If you d like to chat with Pamela you can find her on her myspace where she loves to hangout with her readers.


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    1. I like the plot - a lot. Sarah is a kindergarten teacher who thanks to her ex-boyfriend and a bit of Photoshop was forced to quit her job. Hearing that there are a lot of teaching jobs available in North Carolina she pack everything she has and embarks on a trip. However, when she gets there she can't find a job, so when she sees an ad looking for a bus driver she jumps on it. If only her new boss wasn't so attractive.Lance is immediately attracted to Sarah. She is so different from everybody he [...]

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    2. If you're a NASCAR fan, you'll love this book. Another excellent one in the series, and I can't get enough of them. The characters are great, the author knows what she's talking about so the characters don't look like idiots. And awesome joyride!

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    3. 3 1/2 Stars! ~ After losing her job, her boyfriend and being publicly humiliated, Sarah Tingle packs her little bug of a car with all her belongings and moves to North Carolina hoping to find a teaching job, where she quickly learns that outsiders are not easily accepted as teachers. So she falls back on her bus driving experience and applies to drive Lance Cooper's coach. On the way to meet her new boss, her car breaks down, so she decides to walk the rest of the way, only to be struck down by [...]

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    4. Very cute funny beginning. Liking Sarah so far she seems like a character who is normal and down to earth and easy to relate to. Love the part where Sarah googles Lance's name and 900,000 results come up. She then googles her own name and 1 comes up for "Naked and naughty teachers". Hahah! Good stuff, the wonders of google. When Sarah and Lance hook-up, the reader doesn't get to read about it just the author telling us they did which is strange for this type of book, I also thought the hook-up [...]

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    5. There are certain books it is difficult for me to approach with an open mind. I tried with this one, I really did. I wanted to like something about In the Groove, but the only thing that brought me joy was when I finally finished it. I found myself unable to walk away from this wreck of a NASCAR romance because I kept hoping it would improve. Well sports fans, it did not. However, I did learn a few things:1. There is a NASCAR Library Collection segment of Harlequin Romance and this collection ha [...]

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    6. In The Groove by Pamela BrittonNASCAR #2Sarah Tingle is most comfortable with kids, she loved being a kindergarten teacher until her ex went out for revenge, causing her to lose everything. Off to North Carolina she heads hoping to teach, instead she finds herself getting a job to drive a race car drivers bus. Sarah don’t have a clue about the racing industry and wouldn’t even know her famous new boss if he hit her with his car.Lance Cooper was intrigued with his new employee. She could car [...]

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    7. Sarah Tingle is a kindergarten teacher who just lost her job due to a slight "indiscretion" from years ago. She has taken on a job as a motor coach driver for race-car drive Lance Cooper to earn some money and time to find a new teaching position. She knows nothing about racing and just needs the job.Lance Cooper is in a bit of a slump and needs to focus on his driving. Sarah is a distraction he doesn't think he needs. This is a really sweet romance. Very clean--only a few curse words in the who [...]

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    8. Agggh! I finished the previous book and immediately found this one, so excited when I realized it was Lance's story. And then he's paired up with this door mat of a woman. No back bone. No chutzpa. No nerve. No confidence. She constantly found fault in herself. Allowed others to use and hurt her without batting an eye. "Oh no, pretty girls are saying I'm ugly, I can't handle this!" Fucking GROW UP.That bitch refused to bake Lance cookies even though she knew he couldn't win the race without them [...]

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    9. Though it's trite to say, this was a cute book. I tend to usually enjoy sports romances, and I mostly liked this one. I'd read Britton's last NASCAR romance and liked it, so that's why I gave this one a try.In The Groove is pure romance. There's pretty much no suspense with it.Overall, the book was an easy read. I wasn't bored or annoyed with parts. I think you have to be a NASCAR fan to enjoy the book. It definitely helps with understanding the different dynamics. Like I said, there's a nice cu [...]

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    10. In the Groove is a story about a race car driver named Lance Cooper and a former kindergarden teacher named Sarah Tinsley. Sarah is down on her luck because an ex-boyfriend of hers sold some private pictures of Sarah to a magazine causing her to lose her job and drive a bus for Lance. Lance is also down on his luck because he hasn't won a race in two years. All the critics are thinking it might be time for him to retire. But all he needs his Sarah to teach him about love. The character's in thi [...]

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    11. This book started out pretty good, but in the end it was full of missed moments of intimacy and incomplete romantic tension. And I'm not just talking about the door-in-the-face sex scene, because the biggest problem with that was that the door slammed hours in advance of the scene, leaving me to wonder what even got them to that level of intimacy in the first place. (Let alone how a reportedly insecure woman handled the moment itself.) I put the book down shortly afterward because I felt disconn [...]

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    12. Of all the NASCAR series, I wanted to read this one the most. However, I have to say I'm a little bit disappointed.It was a wonderful readuntil I got to two-third of the story.At the very beginning, the interactions between Lance, our hero, and Sarah, the herione, were super cute and entertainingbut like I mentioned beforeuntil I get the the last one-third of the book. I love Lancebut I liked Sarah. Used to anyway. She was adorable at first, but when her super insecure side took over, she became [...]

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    13. huge improvement over Dangerous Curves, but I still didnt feel a connection. I really thought I would because the beginning was fantastically witty and entertaining and Sarah and Lance had and instant connection that was fun to read, but yet I still got bored. Sarah became a pain in my ass with her low self esteem and Lance became an idiot with his doormat tendencies AND after about half way thru it lost it's fun because of it. I also felt like I was reading something meant to be read by a teen. [...]

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    14. I love Pamela Brittons Nascar books! They are always so funny and very entertaining. It's too funny that the character of Lance is always almost running people down in Pamela's books. The characters always end up getting themselves into hilarious situations. Another fave read :) -update I just finished reading this book for the 2nd time April 12, 2011. The best part about Pamela's books it that you can go back and read them over again without it getting old. I also took this book with me to my f [...]

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    15. I belong to a group of knitters who are also NASCAR fans and participated in a yarn swap based on our love of both. My swap partner sent this book to me because I'd mentioned I'd never read any of this series. What fun! For those who aren't fans of the sport, there's plenty to keep you interested and for those of us who are fans, well I certainly saw the personalities I'm used to seeing on race day in this book.Nothing heavy, just a good fun romp of a read.

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    16. Sarah Tingle, a down-on-her-luck kindergarten teacher, takes a job driving the motor home of NASCAR race driver Lance Cooper. When Lance loses confidence on the track, Sarah bakes his team animal-shaped sugar cookies that she used to give to her students to conquer test anxiety. Lance wins the race, and Sarah wins his heart. A cute, contemporary romance that makes a perfect beach read.

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    17. I was a little leery of this book. Wasn't sure that you could get Nascar and a romance novel to click, but Britton did. Very believable characters with enough car lingo thrown in there to keep all the fans interested. Enjoyed how they introduced the reader to all the other drivers and some of the owners. Very good book for the new reader to start with for the series.

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    18. I loved this book! Sarah and Lance were such great characters and each time I thought I knew how something was going to go, it went another way. I loved seeing how this relationship developed between these two very different, yet similar people. I hope the rest of the books in this series are as good as this one was!

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    19. I was actually suprised that I enjoyed this book. I don't usually like "clean" romance, and that's what this was. Only kissing (all the sexual stuff happened off the pages). I'm not even a NASCAR fan. I read the first few pages because I was curious about what the main character's ex did to get her fired from her teaching job and ended up finishing the book the same day.

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    20. This was the first novel I've read by Pamela Britton. I picked it up because I enjoy romances centered around sports themes, and I do love the sport of NASCAR. Sarah could have been a little spunkier, wanted to V-8 thwunk her in the head a few times, luckily she finally did that to herself and came around. Will give a few more from this series a try.

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    21. Pam is an awesome author. She really sinks you into her books, you just can't put them down. I just love this girl! OK, she happens to be my BFF too, so I'm a little partial, but still, her books rock.

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    22. I'm not much of a Nascar fan but I really got into this book. It was a great read and quite fun to watch Sarah cooly disregard Lance's fame. Sarah is a totally lovable character as is Lance. A very fun and cute read.

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    23. It was really confusing this book.At some places it was perfect, just right, then at some too fast, then toomething. I like the humor and Lance was just a cookie.You'd think that a hottie like Lance should get a mind-blowing story,But alas It was not.

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    24. LOVED THE BOOK! I actually read this in 2 days! I didn't want to put it down! I laughed, I cried all the while trying to read as fast as I could to see how it ended! What a wonderful book! I will definately read more by this author.

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    25. I recently discovered Pamela's books and I really like them. They are clean and I could easily share them with my daughter and not blush about it. I found them for sale at the library and bought the whole bunch of them!

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    26. I loved the banter between the hero and heroine. Britton definitely knows how to write great dialogue between characters:)If it wasn't for the very annoying back and forth from the heroine so much I would have enjoyed this much more.

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    27. Read this back in 2005. It was very typical romance novel-ish with a Nascar twist. The characters in this one weren't particularly likable.

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    28. A fun, fast paced read for all NASCAR fans :]

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    29. Another great NASCAR book and once again she goes to my area (San Jose State University) this time.

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    30. I liked this book. The beginning was "eh" but it progressed. Lance and Sarah were really cute together. 3.5/5 stars.

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