Book cover - Burndown - Author Winter Travers


Author Winter Travers

  • Release Date: 2018-05-29
  • Genre: Romance
Our score: 4
From 154 Ratings

Burndown Summary

Burndown - He knows how to get your motor running...

Remy is good with his hands. So good, that if it has wheels and an engine, he's your guy.
Being a master mechanic on a NHRA pit crew is his dream come true. Nothing can take that away from him.
At least that's what he thinks...

When a new girl rolls in to town, all bets are off.

Will Remy lose it all just to get the girl?

Burndown Review

  • Awesomeness

    By Ashley🧚🏼‍♂️🧚🏼‍♂️
    Love, love this book!! A great introduction to a new series with ties to Devil’s Knights series. I absolutely love Remy and his crazy mom. His work ethic is top notch, devoted to everything racing until he meets Harlyn stranded on the side of the road. His whole focus shifts and he has some room to play. Harlyn just moved to town to work for her dad. Both Remy and Harlyn are in for a surprise when Remy learns who Harlyn’s father is. They have explosive chemistry but Remy is taking it slow for Harlyn’s sake. Remy is always keeping the peace between his two best friends. The banter between the three of them had me cracking up. I can’t wait for the next installment of this series.
  • Great story

    By Racy Carr
    Awesome read. I can only imagine what it was like for Harlyn to find herself broke down and some stranger stop and help her. Well some sexy stranger that is. I love all the thoughts that was going through her mind. It was almost funny. Remy was a pretty interesting guy. I love seeing the closeness of him and his friends Frankie and Jay. They were almost like siblings. I did feel sorry for Frankie though. She had it rough. It seem Jay was getting all the credit and she was getting none. There was so much chemistry between Remy and Harlyn. They will have a battle on their hands if this relationship is going to work. There are also a few surprises along the way. There was so much I loved about this story and a book I highly recommend.