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Title: Alex’s Destiny (Racing to Love #4)
Author: Amy Gregory
Expected Publish Date: 11-1-13
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Her destiny was written for her, long before she was ever born. She embraced it, wanting nothing more than to give everything within her back to the sport in which she was considered royalty. Her family’s legacy would live on, revered by all. And she thrived on the long work days she spent teaching at the academy her blood was tied to. Alexandra Sterling needed that dirt track as much as she needed her next breath.
That same track was the one that drew in a young student years before. Alex had given her heart away the day they met, knowing that he belonged to only her. For years she’d waited, knowing without a single doubt that he’d make her his when the time was right.
But…she’d never asked Dallas if he felt the same way.
Her hurt leaves her vulnerable, her days dark and her instincts dulled. After one night of hell, Alex is lost. Her world is crumbling around her, and without her lifeline and best friend beside her anymore, there’s nothing to keep her from sinking with it.
Dallas Hunter is a pro rider on the motocross circuit, following in the footsteps of his father Eli. For Dallas, it’s always been Alex, but he’s kept his feelings locked away out of fear, his love for their family, his biggest obstacle.
One short and chilling phone call to her puts him on high alert. Knowing something is terribly wrong sends him racing across the country, back home, back to her. But what he finds almost kills him.
Now he’s watching her slip away right before his very eyes. Figuring out how to help Alex before it’s too late, might turn out to be harder than any race he’s ever ridden. And he has to do it with his team and sponsors screaming at him from the other side, trying to pull him back to the world he’s dedicated his entire life to.
Dallas knows he has to help his best friend, the woman he loves…and do it without tearing his family apart.
I'm a big fan of Amy Gregory and of this series. I had mixed emotions about reading this book. I was so excited to read about Alex and Dallas but sad to see this wonderful series, that I have grown to love so much, come to an end. I think that this story was definitely my favorite of the series. I also think that it was the most emotional and I loved every second of it!!
I fell in love with the potential romance between Alex and Dallas in Eli's Honor. They were so cute together and I loved how Alex at such a young age grabbed onto Dallas and didn't let go.
This was such a great story that had me crying both happy and sad tears. I loved how Dallas was there for Alex and gave her the support she needed to heal. He knew her so well that he just instinctively knew what she needed and was able to give her the security and comfort that she was unable to obtain on her own or from anyone else. I actually loved how she relied only on him and was able to have that peace with him ~ so sweet. I just loved Ruby and the necklace Dallas gave Alex ~ the significance of that necklace had me sighing!!
I am still hoping for a book for Tasia and Levi ~ they were such a cute couple and maybe jack as well. *crossesfingers*
I was so happy to read about all my favorite characters again and see how they are years later. Just a great emotional read that was so typical of Amy and why I love her books so much.
When asked ‘when do you have time to write’, Amy Gregory simply laughs. The real answer is, “in bits and pieces”. She and her husband live in Kansas City with their three fantastic kids that keep them running in three very different directions. Because she sits so much, she always carries a notebook with her at all times.
She has an off the wall, snarky, off the cuff sense of humor that often shocks even those who’ve known her for years. And she loves that her children have all been blessed that ability to make others laugh as well. At least she’s grateful most of the time! Her husband often teases her about how she “makes this stuff up” when he’s reading a piece of her work. The answer—“it just comes to me when I’m typing”. Scary thought, huh!