Rapid Hearts

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Jessica, a Olympic kayaker, arrives in the Athlete's Village after a nightmare trip from Oklahoma to discover her ex-husband standing in her apartment! With the same last name and initials, their bookings have been merged, and with the whole town sold out, Jessica has no option but to share accomodation. As the competition heats up will their feelings for each other re-ignite? More
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About Rachael Ruddick

After years and years of reading Rachael found a book that was everything she was had ever been looking for. On the spine it had two simple words that changed her life forever ‘Contemporary Romance’. Since that first introduction to the world of Romance she has never looked back, reading hundreds of stories that have delighted her as much as that first book.

Rachael started penning her own romance stories when she discovered there were barely any out there with female athletes. Rachael is a keen sportsman, roping her husband into running their first marathon on their honeymoon. So far she has written two romance novels about female athletes and is looking forward to writing stories about her other passion, all things country.

Her husband is her greatest supporter of her writing and has set up the desktop computer on the dining room table so that he has a chance to see her of the evenings, instead of her being locked up in the study.

When Rachael isn’t writing she enjoys getting lost in the woods rogaining with her husband, or planning her next overseas adventure.

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Review by: michelleb2 on Jan. 21, 2013 :
It can be frustrating to review a short story romance because most of the time there isn't enough time to fill the book with very much of anything. It’s difficult for an author to perrfectly flesh out characters, provide a strong, believable plot and give the reader plenty of romance, sex and emotion.... all in under a hundred pages. While I really liked the idea of this book, the whole thing fell a little short. I do like an author who knows how to write an epilogue, though, and this book had a great one - extremely touching and left me with a warm, happy feeling.

Full review to be posted on my blog.
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
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