St. Dale
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    Once Around the Track | Sharyn McCrumb

    Once Around the Track

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 10 mins)
    • By Sharyn McCrumb
    • Narrated By Nicole Poole

    Best-selling author Sharyn McCrumb returns to the world of NASCAR with Once Around the Track.When a team of female investors decides to sponsor a car for the female equivalent of Viagra, they shake up the racing world. Badger Jenkins, a sexy driver past his racing prime, is recruited by the investors and their all-girl pit crew to drive the new car. But every woman has a different plan to get the car (and herself ) into the fast lane.

    Liked It A lot

    A great review of both NASCAR and southern culture (no they're not one in the same.) A group of rich females have decided to buy their own NASCAR team..Show More »

    Reviewed on August 12 2015 by Me & My Girls (Va United States)
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    Faster Pastor | Sharyn McCrumb, Adam Edwards

    Faster Pastor

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 39 mins)
    • By Sharyn McCrumb, Adam Edwards
    • Narrated By Susan Bennett

    Fan favorite Sharyn McCrumb teams with professional race car driver Adam Edwards for this high-speed tale of horsepower and high jinks. When hotshot stock car driver Camber Berkley crashes his ride on a winding mountain road, the wreckage interrupts the funeral of a wealthy racing fan. The folks of Judas Grove, Tennessee, give Camber a choice. He can either spend three months in the slammer, or he can train the local ministers as they prepare for a lucrative two-million-dollar race.

    Funny and the reader is fabulous.

    Not only is this book laugh out loud funny, but the NASCAR and racing part of the story are right on. Loved the reader.

    Reviewed on April 28 2015 by A Happy Reader (Texas)