This is book 2 in the Gearshark series. See my review for book one, #Junkie.
Trent Mask puts the REV in revolution.
A line has been drawn.
Indie vs Pro
Here at GearShark, we’re straddling that line to bring you exclusive coverage of what some have dubbed the war of racing.
Every war starts with a spark and ends in revolution.
Drew Forrester was the spark,
but his second-in-command is the REVolution.
What does it take to stand brave in the face of opposition?
resolve of steel…
And a heart that refuses to give up.
It isn’t just the drivers in this war.
The revolution is about more than just racing.
It’s about shattering labels and taking risks.
So we asked Trent Mask: Truth or Dare?
Check out the full feature article inside…
5 stars — I honestly don’t know how I resisted reading this right away when it was released. #Junkie (book one) was one of my first 5 star reads of 2016, and I was salivating waiting for book 2 to be released. But I had other reading priorities to take care of, so when those were finally accomplished, I pounced on this book so hard, and it was so damn satisfying of a conclusion!!! There’s always that worry that the book might not live up to its predecessor, but that was wholeheartedly not the case for this series. Trent and Drew were just everything I had expected of them and grown to love in both #Junkie and the Hashtag series that inspired this spinoff.
Heck, I’m even actually excited for more from this series, even though it won’t be about Trent and Drew!!! Ms. Hebert knows how to suck you into a world and give you a taste of characters to come. I mean, she actually made Lorhaven intriguing and not just a dick. Yup, I was surprised too.
You know what I appreciated about this book? That it wasn’t some fairytale where everyone reacted in the right way to their relationship. B/C that’s just not realistic yet. And it was heartbreaking to watch Trent and Drew deal with those hardships, but it made their love story so much more impactful. And yes, they had a lot of good experiences too, but I’m totally ok with that. It had a great balance.
Basically I finished this book with a huge smile on my face. Normally I have a lot more to say, but this was just my kind of book in so many ways, and it was like reading book candy for me. Makes me want to go back and reread the Hashtag series too and then reread this again. It’s like a delicious guilty pleasure. Can’t wait for Utopia to snag me some signed copies of these books.