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Zero To Sixty

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101 pages
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Feb 21, 2017


Sometimes life moves faster than you expect...

When Ansel Philips takes on a new corporate sponsor, the world famous Indie Race Car driver has no interest in playing by the rules. But once he takes one look at the PR Executive assigned to his account, he has other things on his mind entirely.

Denise Jacobs has a lot to prove. As the youngest marketing executive for the brand, she has to make this new promotion work. Too bad the gorgeous new face of Golden Whiskey is being such a pain in the butt. Ansel seems determined to make her life difficult by refusing to attend events or keep his name and his bad boy antics out of the tabloids. But once they go toe to toe, it's full throttle.

Ansel is used to getting what he wants, when he wants it. What happens when he wants something more than quick, meaningless laps around the track?

Feb 21, 2017

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Zero To Sixty - Tamara Adams

Zero To Sixty

Tamara Adams

Published by Tamara Adams, 2017.

This is a work of fiction. Similarities to real people, places, or events are entirely coincidental.


First edition. February 21, 2017.

Copyright © 2017 Tamara Adams.

ISBN: 978-1386755081

Written by Tamara Adams.

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A note to my readers:

I have been listening. With each story I write, I find a need to go deeper, to uncover more of the secret longings and fears, the insecurities that plague us all when it comes to love. I've also found a need to explore more of the characters inner and outer life.

This time I explore a world that my husband finds fascinating: professional car racing. It's a fast and dangerous world and then men who dominate it are their own special breed. Fearless, strong and rough around the edges. I wanted to take my prim and proper heroine out of her comfort zone and challenge both these characters with seeing things from a new perspective. To me, these characters jumped off the page, demanding that I write their story. I am especially proud of this, my ninth book.

Please continue to share your experiences as a reader with me. I find it invaluable as I continue to learn and grow as an author.

I hope you enjoy Zero To Sixty as much as I enjoyed writing it.

Much love,



For my Boo.







Denise rolled over and stared at the clock. It was six AM on Saturday. She didn't set an alarm on Saturday. In fact, her phone volume was off. Except for one thing...

Oh no.

She groaned and reached for her phone.

It was on the new side table in her newly decorated room in her brand new house. Well, technically it was a townhouse condo on the edge of Beverly Hills. But it was a very nice townhouse condo.

And it was hers.

Every penny she'd ever earned was in this place and she loved it. Even if it was a little bland. She looked around, wondering what had possessed her to decorate with so much beige. Where were the purples and peaches she loved so much as a child?

She'd outgrown them apparently.

Besides, it's not like she was ever home. She'd been out of business school for exactly eighteen months, and in that time she'd climbed the corporate ladder steadily. Mostly due to extreme diligence and hard work.

Luck had nothing to do with it.

On Friday she'd been given a new assignment. Her first solo account. One of the last things she'd done for the weekend was set up an alert on her phone. It was to ping her every time her new assignment made an appearance in the press.

Ansel Philips.

Her phone was beeping madly.

She pushed her eye mask up and over her head, rolling to her stomach. She was so tired that her eyes refused to adjust immediately. She squinted at her phone, seeing a ticker tape of Ansel Philips news blasts.

Literally every gossip site, every channel, every news outlet had the story.

Apparently the spokesperson for her new account, her first solo account, had been busy last night.

Very, very busy.

Why was she not surprised?

Annoyed, yes. But not surprised. Not even a little.

Denise had studied the folder on Ansel Philips last night after cooking herself a light dinner. It was a thick folder. More like a phone book really. But fascinating. She'd read it until she was finished, well after midnight. Born dirt poor in the black hills of West Virginia and orphaned young, Ansel was raised by his grandmother who'd apparently been tough as nails. The woman had single handedly dug out an old mine on their property and found coal.

With the modest fortune she'd found, she'd funded her only grandson's dream: to race cars. Ansel had been fifteen when he'd started, entering local races with a forged ID and a car cobbled together with discards found at junk yards. But he'd had something.

A spark.

She snorted.

That was putting it mildly.

The man oozed charisma. He was dynamic. Arrogant. Gorgeous.

From the beginning, Ansel had attracted attention. Not just because he could drive, and God knows he could. But because of his bad boy antics, drinking, smoking, fighting, gambling and womanizing. And that was

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