M.K. Ducote grew up in the small town of Davie, Florida. Eager to see more of the world, M.K. studied abroad in Melbourne, Tokyo and Paris as an undergraduate, studying business finance, art history and classics. The eternal scholar, M.K. went on to law school and studied international law and human rights in Cape Town and Lima, graduating with a J.D. from the University of Florida and an LL.M. from the University of Miami.
Having seen the world, M.K. settled down to practice law and met her husband, Chapman Ducote, a professional racecar driver and entrepreneur with over 14 career podiums under his belt.
Tossed into the exciting and scandalous world of motorsports, M.K. was enthralled by the behind-the-scenes drama. M.K. quickly turned to her life-long passion and set pen to paper, plucking from real life the colorful settings and scenes of her fiction series, Naked Paddock.
Each year, M.K. Ducote embraces her passion for travel and writing, accompanying her husband to racing circuits all over the world and gathering inspiration for her high-octane novels. When not on the road, the couple calls home to Miami Beach, Florida. This is the first book in the Naked Paddock series.
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by M.K. Ducote
In False Grid, the sequel to Naked Paddock, MK Ducote continues the saga of race car driver, Coleton Loren. Embarking on a new season, Coleton must piece together his personal and professional life after a horrific car crash. As sexy and entertaining as its predecessor, False Grid is a high-octane sprint through the glamorous world of motorsports with the all-access pass of a true racing insider.
by M.K. Ducote
Inspired by real events, Naked Paddock is a wild romp through the world of international motorsports—a world of money, sex, ego and ruthless competition. At its heart, an arrogant, larger-than-life driver finds himself injured in the off-season. Charmed by his beautiful, yet bookish doctor, he sweeps her into a world she never knew or dreamed of, as he fights to reclaim the top step of the podium.
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