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Christmas isn’t all race tracks and dirt bikes for Davey and Tyler, especially when they don’t see things about each other in quite the same way.  

Holeshot Christmas is the third title in the Holeshot series. It is a short Holeshot novella. 

This story officially takes place after the events of Holeshot 2; however, it can be listened to as a stand alone novella. For the best listening experience, the preferred order is as follows: 

The Holeshot

Holeshot 2

Holeshot Christmas

Bike Business: A Holeshot Novel

©2017, 2020 Sherri Jordan-Asble (P)2020 Sherri Jordan-Asble

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  • Natalie Nicole
  • 13-09-21

Good that Ryk Bowers still reads these books!

It was delightful to visit with Davey and Tyler again especially given the joy newlyweds can experience around the holidays. But Tyler gets himself in a bit of trouble when he is given an expensive set of tools by a manager from another Supercross dirtbike competition team. Davey calls attention to Tyler's flirty, "I want everyone to like me" ways after returning the tools to the sender. Tyler calls his long-time childhood friend and gets confirmation that Davey's observation is correct. Together they determine it is linked to his father's abandonment so very many years ago.
In the meantime, Davey has won two consecutive championships and will retire from driving only to manage the Apex team, which includes Sarah--a young woman who seems promising. The team also includes Bryce with Pilot of Trident security still performing duties as one of several bodyguards for Apex. Tate understandably maintains a tight connection with them though he is still driving for another team. All things considered, the novella is a delightful look into Davey and Tyler's current lives that adds to the series beautifully.