Can Tony and Zippy find this piece of the puzzle, before Ella does?
Characters: Jeff Gordon
Series: Chestnut Hills
Chapters: 1 Table of Contents
Completed: Yes Word count: 9721 Read Count: 50
Can Tony and Zippy find this piece of the puzzle, before Ella does?
What happens when Jimmie Johnson meets a widow who has a 4 year old daughter? Can he open his heart to both of them and help them forget their painful past?
In love, sometimes you're the bride, sometimes you're the bridesmaid. Genivive Jackson was the latter. The twenty-four year old medical student wasn't expecting that to change anytime soon. Until she was a bridesmaid at a sorority sister's wedding. Brian Vickers didn't expect his girlfriend to dump him a week before his friend's wedding. Upon arriving in St. Bart's, he meets a mysterious stranger who changes his life forever.
18-year-old Alyssa Earnhardt couldn’t be happier with how her life is turning out. She just graduated high school while racing in the NASCAR XFINITY Series for her father Dale Earnhardt Jr. Currently dating her best friend Chase Elliott, she can’t complain about how life is going.
At the age of 32, Chase Elliott is a Sprint Cup Series Champion, driving for Hendrick Motorsports, having moved past the fateful events of the past with life going great now. Honestly, there’s nothing to complain about.
But what happens when life turns upside down for both Alyssa and Chase, all because people circulate their way back into their lives and go after Alyssa’s parents, Dale Jr. & Marie-Ann Belle Kastona Earnhardt?
This is the sequel to Chasing The Love, which was the secondary future sequel to Flight 88. You do not need to read Flight 88 or Chasing The Love to understand, except if you want to know their past that’d be a great place to start.
Characters: Alyssa Belle Kastona Earnhardt, Chase Elliott, Bill Elliott, Cindy Elliott, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Marie-Anne Belle Kastona Earnhardt, Elsa Marie Belle Kastona Earnhardt, Kelley Earnhardt Miller, L.W. Miller, Karsyn Elledge, Kennedy Elledge, Ryan Blaney, Darrell Wallace Jr., Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Tony Stewart, and more
18-year-old Alyssa Earnhardt is having the time of her life. She's getting set to graduate high school while racing in the NASCAR Nationwide Series for her father Dale Earnhardt Jr. Currently dating her high school sweetheart and fellow racecar Leo Gordon, she can't complain about how life is going.
Now at the age of 32, Chase Elliott is a Sprint Cup Series Champion, driving for Hendrick Motorsports. finally moved past the fateful events of the past, life is going great and honestly, there's nothing to complain about.
But what happens when life turns upside down for both Alyssa and Chase and the current buddies possibly turn into much more?
This is the secondary future sequel to Flight 88 that was discussed after some late story musings. You do not need to read Flight 88 to understand, except if you want to know their past that'd be a great place to start. Plus, not to toot my own horn, but it's a pretty good story :)
Kira Saunders, a 28 year old from the middle of nowhere Virginia, owes everything she has to racing. It even put her through college and veterinary school. She finally got enough of the drama in her small town and decided to move herself and her shop, Lone Wolf Speed Shop, down to Charlotte to be with her best friend and honorary little brother, Alex. What happens when her shop gets an emergency order from Kasey Kahne Racing and she meets some of her favorite, and not so favorite, drivers? Will she steal one of their hearts? Or will she find more drama in her new home?
Las Vegas is the perfect place to make mistakes.
Everyone makes mistakes.
Some are worse than others.
Some can tear your life apart.
Others can pleasantly surprise you.
Figuring out which mistakes are truly mistakes is half the fun.
Chad Knaus tries to negotiate peace between Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson over the love of a beautiful young woman, but will he be able to resist her?
Little moments in our lives make up our destiny. For Charlee Johnson, that all started with a blind date in high school to a basketball player from an opposing school. Along the way, she loved the man that was supposed to be her soul mate, lived a double life and lost his baby. In turn, she lost him. Now she is suddenly a mother to their goddaughter and she is battling a hidden battle on what to do with her biggest secret.
To say that the span of three months from December to February was terrorizing would be an understatement. A series of events happened that would forever changes the lives for Dale Earnhardt Jr., Marie-Anne Belle Kastona, Alyssa Earnhardt and Chase Elliott. For one, Marie and Dale were the Queen and King of Marie's home country Pistronia. But on the other hand, each was dealt with reflections on some days of events that scared them forever.
Flash forward to the month of May, they're in the thick of racing season and Chase's Sprint Cup Series debut with Hendrick Motorsports is at the end of the month. The only problem is - those events come back with a haunting twist. Join us on part two of the journey as we see what happens with our sweet Chase, and how Marie handles running a country, planning a wedding and raising a four-year-old, all well chasing around her dear sweet racecar driving fiancé.
This is the sequel to Flight 88. It is recommended that you read that story to know how we got to this point, but it isn't 100% necessary.
In the span of 14 months, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Chase Elliott had found themselves go through a whirlwind - more like a tornado - of trouble, combining fear, severe injury and everything in between into one. However, each time the pair had managed to make it through.
Though once you've been through that, how do you move forward? How do you put the past in the past? How do you begin to live your life? Dale and Chase will both try to do that as they try to move forward. Dale will be trying to move forward via the upcoming birth of his second daughter and planning a wedding with fiancé Marie Calantay, while Chase begins his first full year in the Sprint Cup Series.
This is the fourth story in the "Racing Royalty" Series, following "The Runaway"
Cassie meets Alan Gustafson at a party and has the best night of her life...
Things are not working out for Tony Stewart. He's in the midst of a legal and PR battle. He's broken and struggling to keep his business and career afloat amid public scrutiny. Privately, he has secrets and no one he can trust. Someone dearly close to Tony is attacked, making everyone wonder if Tony was the intended target. He suffers some medical problems that impact his life in a huge way. Can Tony overcome his obstacles and once again make it to Victory Lane?
*WARNING: Driver death*
*Additional Genre (not listed): Mystery/Crime*
*Additional Characters (not listed): Eddie Jarvis, Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., Nanette Zipadelli, Sherry Pollex, Samantha Busch, Ingrid Vandebosch, Brittany Logano
As Kasey Kahne struggles to deal with the ramifications of nearly losing Clove and betraying his friends, he finds himself stuck in the eye of an even bigger storm.
When Kasey lost his wife Angie of 6 years to pancreatic cancer six months ago, his whole world fell apart, he has two young daughters Heidi who is 3 and Tiffany who is turning 1. With Kasey’s hectic schedule with Hendrick, he needs to find a nanny for his two girls; it was his mom and sister’s idea, one requirement is she doesn’t use him for fame another is she must love being around kids, and last but not least she must be ok with being a live in nanny, him being gone a lot and willing to travel with him to the tracks.
Julie Boyle, is Krissie Newman’s younger sister who will be turning 30 later this year, she has always loved kids and has recently moved to North Carolina to be closer to her sister, Ryan and Brooklyn and the new baby on the way, little did she know that she would become a nanny to a widower’s children and that she would find true love along the way.
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