Today author is MA Ford: MA Ford was trying to fulfill her ambition to write a book when a friend persuaded her to take over a reporting assignment at a local racetrack. But instead of gaining the background information necessary for her story, she found herself becoming immersed in the world of motorsport. For nearly twenty years, fiction writing was left to one side, replaced by press releases, race reports, and regulations. But dreams never totally die and finally she has come full circle.
When not at the racetrack, she loves reading, and is grateful that the invention of e-books has stopped her home gradually filling up with books. She lives in Europe and dreams of moving closer to the sea.
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Track Limits by MA Ford
Paperback: 220 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (December 27, 2013)
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Is motorsport ready for a gay driver?
As the opening race in the Global GT Challenge approaches, lead driver Mark Hunter struggles to regain his confidence after Randolph Racing’s last disastrous season. Mark hesitates when owner Randy says he’s found the perfect replacement for their arrogant previous teammate, Brad Wilkins. Former single-seater star Jordan Matthews is excited to join the crew and ready to put past troubles behind him.
Trust builds as Mark and Jordan become a fine-tuned team for the number 17 Saleen, earning a podium in Abu Dhabi at the season opener. Their friendship develops into more as they continue to earn prestige for Randolph Racing. But their success sparks jealousy, and people from their pasts threaten vengeance. Jordan is reluctant to ruin his fresh start in racing by exposing the secrets that almost cost him his career ten years ago. If he can’t take the risk, he’ll never realize his dream of kissing Mark on the winner’s podium.
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