For Mackenzie Cox, racing motorcycles is in her blood. Born into a family legacy, she’s determined to show the world that she has inherited her father’s talent in this male-dominated sport. The last thing Kenzie needs is to be antagonised by her rival team’s newest rider, Hayden Hayes. Hayden, exceedingly arrogant and outrageously attractive, immediately gets under Kenzie’s skin and she can’t help but be distracted.
As Kenzie and Hayden push each other on the track, the electric energy between them off the track shifts into an intense – and strictly forbidden – attraction. The only rule between their two ultra-competitive teams is zero contact. Kenzie needs a win, and she also needs to stay away from Hayden. Unfortunately for her though, one thing has become all too clear: she can’t.
Fuelled by passion, driven by desire, Hayden and Mackenzie both want to win more than anything else. Except for, maybe, each other. But anger, jealousy and extreme competitiveness aren’t their only obstacles
I was invited to read Furious Rush and since the synopsis sounded interesting I said sure. So on my two week vacation I read this book. I must say that it surprised me that this was a first person narrative. But I must say that the character of Mackenzie “Kenzie” Cox and Hayden actually grew on me. The interaction between these two was hostile at first. But then again the person who makes you angrier the most would be the person whom you come to love the most.
I never been to a NASCAR race, but I have seen the Fast and the Furious. So to me that is what this book reminded me of only instead of cars it was with motorcycles. All in all, Furious Rush was wonderfully written, with a well-developed cast of characters.
Print Length: 384 pages
Publication Date: August 23, 2016
Characters: Hayden, Mackenzie