Furious Rush - S. C. Stephens

Furious Rush

By S. C. Stephens

  • Release Date - Published: 2016-08-23
  • Book Genre: Contemporary
  • Author: S. C. Stephens
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 70 Ratings)

Furious Rush S. C. Stephens read online review & book description:

From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Thoughtless series comes a swoon-worthy, enemies-to-lovers romance set in the world of motocross.

Mackenzie Cox has a lot to prove. Daughter of a racing legend, she is eager to show the world that she has inherited her father's talent in the male-dominated sport of professional motorcycle racing. The last thing Kenzie needs is to be antagonized by her rival team's newest rider, Hayden Hayes. Plucked from the world of illegal street racing, Hayden immediately gets under Kenzie's skin. His insinuations that Kenzie is a spoiled princess who was handed her career fuels her desire to win, and much to her surprise, Kenzie soon learns she performs better when she's racing against Hayden.

As Kenzie and Hayden push each other on the track, the electric energy between them off the track shifts into an intense--and strictly forbidden--attraction. The only rule between their two ultra-competitive teams is zero contact. Kenzie always does her best to play by the rules, but when her team slips into a financial crisis, she has no choice but to turn to Hayden for help. The tension simmers during their secret, late-night rendezvous, but Kenzie has too much to lose to give in to her desires. Especially when she begins to doubt that Hayden has completely left his street life behind...


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  • It was a rush of adrenaline

    By Annmric8
    Rival teams shared a racetrack. The friendship between Keith and Jordan turned to bitterness dividing the racers into two separate teams: Cox Racing and Benneti Motorsports. Cox Racing relied on Kenzie as the only female motorcycle racer to come in at the top five ranking. Benneti Motorsports relied on newbie racer Hayden to pull out a top five status. Together these rival racers were banned from communicating with one another. While the track was shared between teams everything else was restricted. Kenzie toyed with her push and pull feelings towards Hayden. Kenzie had this idea that they hated each other due to the fact he raced for the enemy team and friendship between teams was cause for elimination. Kenzie had this preconceived idea that men like Hayden thought women like Kenzie did not belong competing in the sport. Therefore, she had to prove her worth. Both characters judged each other based on appearance instead of letting the actions indicate their personality. Kenzie had pressure as a racer: to be viewed as a good racer, to place in the top five, and to make her dad proud. She also had pressure from being a woman racer, the financial struggles of the business, and being measured against the legendary Jordan Cox. The secondary characters and stories were interesting and added to the growth of the main characters and storyline. The sexual energy was mesmerizing. There sexual chemistry was palpable. While most authors put words to paper SC Stephen put emotion, feelings, desire, heat, and lust into her words. I enjoyed the growth and development from Hayden and Kenzie. The story was edgy, competitive, exhilarating, legendary, heady, intoxicating, angsty, intense, and informative. The story had a hint of mystery for unfurling past gossip on Hayden. Hayden remained a welcomed mystery to the story. The unpredictability of the races added to the unexpected storyline direction. The story was addicting with competition to win races and win the attention of Hayden. The story left me anxious with the constant worrying about who was causing the riders and bikes to fail. The story was a contemporary racer romance with some contrasting elements: Controlled vs. reckless, Track racer vs. street racer, Friend vs. enemy, Male vs. female, Legend vs. rookie, and Cox Racing vs. Benneti Motorsports.
  • Furious rush

    By chigrl5
    Loved furious rush but would love to see Hayden's point of view
  • Read it with Buyers Remorse

    By UTKnoxville
    I loved the idea of a racing book, especially with a female racer. Unfortunately, this book felt discombobulated. I felt that there was too much going on and none of it fit well together. The only reason why I finished the book(by scanning some parts) was because of the price. Probably would’ve been happier not finishing it.
  • Hang on for the ride!

    By ChristiLofton
    Welcome to the world of racing, legal and illegal. Kenzie and Hayden are rivals in every sense of the word. With Kenzie's father in a life-long battle with his former partner and Hayden riding for that team, he should be completely off limits to her. As time goes on the two find themselves spending more and more time together. They push each other on and off the track. The sexual tension between these two is off the charts. This book is full of twists and turns. No matter the questions that continue to arise about Hayden, you find yourself pulling for him. You will be immersed in the life of a rider, so hang on for the ride.
  • Racing’s in her blood

    By Toni FGMAMTC
    Kenzie is a strong female character. She’s grown up and works in the male dominated field of motorcycle racing. Her father was a legend so she’s a legacy. Much of this story is her personal tale of trying to make it in the sport. She lives and breathes it. Hayden and Kenzie’s story is almost a Romeo and Juliet situation. Add to that some illegal street racing and someone sabotaging drivers. This of course brings out the fighting of attraction, secrets, lies and the severing of relationships. All there are suspense and mystery elements. Things did not play out how I expected. If you’re looking for a book with an unpredictable ending, you should definitely check it out.
  • Fall into the world of fast bikes, fast money and hot and steamy nights...this book has it all!

    By Kelly_BTC Blog
    When I heard that SC Stephens was coming out with a new book, excited isn't the word I would use to describe how I felt. Her books are one-of-a-kind, and beautifully written, so there was no doubt in my mind that her next release would be just the same. She could write a book about tax law, and I wouldn't hesitate to one-click! Speed, adrenaline and suspicious activities are highlighted in this modern day Romeo & Juliet love story! Set in the fast paced world of motorcycle racing, Furious Rush takes you on a wild ride...and not just through the twists and turns on the race track! As her rookie season begins, Mackenzie Cox is already feeling the pressure...the pressure to prove that she belongs in a male-dominant sport, the pressure to succeed and save her father's failing business, and the pressure her heart feels every time she's around Hayden Hayes. Bound by an oath between two stubborn men, Kenzie is forbidden to have any contact with Hayden...even though her heart wants something different. From the streets to the pros, Hayden is feeling his own pressure. The pressure to prove he belongs on the race track, the pressure to help his "family" in any way he can, and the indescribable pressure he feels to protect Kenzie. Between his past trying to pull him back into illegal street racing, and the unexplained "accidents" that are occurring, Hayden might not be the man he's trying so hard to be. Secret rendezvous, undeniable attraction and life threatening decisions make Furious Rush an unquestionable MUST READ! Fall into the world of fast bikes, fast money and hot and steamy nights...this book has it all! 5+++++Stars!

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