Imogen Wilson is a graduate student who is thinking about choosing the dating habits of NASCAR drivers as the subject of her thesis. Being a rather intellectual sort of person, she's inexplicably attracted to Ty McCordle, one of the drivers. Equally inexplicable is Ty's attraction to Imogen, since he ususally prefers to hang out with bimbos. The two of them become lovers, but will Ty's secret destroy their relationship?
This book wasn't as much fun as its prequel, but I read it in one evening, which means it's really entertaining. However, I wasn't too enthusiastic about some of the turns the book took towards the end, because the characters acted rashly and were shown to be quite immature. This is a "good" book (Grade B)