Another wonderful book from PB, what else can I say:)Tanya
This was a very quick read and quite a cute story!!Gina
Another awesome book in the series! I'm more of a drag racing fan (1/4 mile straight track), but I watch NASCAR every now and then. Britton knows how to connect her characters, and make the reader feel that connection. Even though Britton's books are more romance than anything (HQ), there is still suspense attached to it, like the racing, the maneuvers, etc... She's got an eye for detail, and her descriptions make you feel like you're actually there, at the track, feeling the truck/car engines rumbling. I think that's what I like most about the series. Britton's spent most of her life at the track, she knows what she's talking about, and if she's not certain, she asks for advice. I adore the series, and hope that she's got plenty more of her NASCAR series to come!Kelly
I couldn't get over how annoying Rebecca was. Just get over it already.Sandy
Rebecca pissed me off a lot because of her running away a lot. But in the end it was alright. 2.5/5 stars.Charli
I finished “On The Edge” by Pamela Britton last night at work. I have to say, this installment in her NASCAR series of books was, as always, a great read. Now I have to admit, I never realized it was a series until I realized that I kept seeing the same characters. Duh. LOL I have all but one of the books and I ordered the one I’m missing from PaperBackSwap last night, so I’ll have it in a couple of weeks. :)“On The Edge” is the story of Becca Newman and Adam Drake. It’s the third book in the series, with “Dangerous Curves” being the first book, although “Dangerous Curves” is not a part of the NASCAR Library Collection. Becca Newman is the widow of five-time Nextel Cup Series champion Randy Newman. She heads up her late husband’s one-car race team. When 10-year-old Lindsey Drake makes her way, on her own and without her dad’s knowledge, to Mooresville, NC to speak with Becca about giving her dad, Adam, a chance to drive for Newman Motorsports, Becca just can’t find it in her heart to refuse.This book keeps you wondering what will happen next as Lindsey makes some very obvious attempts at matchmaking. You’ll definitely laugh, and at one point, I even had to wipe tears away during a scene towards the end of the book, because it was one of those sad/happy moments. You’d just have to read the book to understand.If you are a NASCAR fan and a romance fan, I highly suggest you get started on the NASCAR Library Series books by Pamela Britton. In order they are - “Dangerous Curves” (not officially a part of the NASCAR Library but first in the series), “In The Groove,” “On The Edge,” “To The Limit,” “Total Control,” and “On The Move.” The next book, according to Ms. Britton’s website, is an untitled book that comes out in late 2009. There is a story in “A NASCAR Holiday 2″ that I believe also goes somewhere in the series, probably between “Total Control” and “On The Move” but I’m not certain. I’ll have to find the book and read the story again. :)All in all this book gets 5 stars and I definitely recommend it to any NASCAR fans out there! :)Heather Blythe
Loved the book. could not put it down..Kristin
Love the Nascar series. Author does a great job really getting into the Nascar scene.