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Publisher's Summary

A line has been drawn - Indie versus 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, Trent Mask, is the revolution. What does it take to stand brave in the face of opposition? Resolve of steel.... Stubborn will.... And a heart that refuses to give up.

Contains mature themes.

©2016 Cambria Hebert (P)2016 Tantor

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  • 09-03-20

gay-shaming MM?

very good narrators.
the story and plot is good, but the gay-shaming, sexism and youthful writing style is a bit of putting.

gay-shaming
eg: "my person" - drew not liking labels.
or: "choosen" sexuality
or: being proud that her husband is not a homophob - would you be proud that he is not a racist nor pedophile?

sexism
eg: "so girly"
or : be a pussy"
or: how she describe all the manly men.

youthful
eg: "literally..."
or: "hells yeer"
or: the lack of human knowledge
or: all the constant unnecessary descriptions of how they style their hair or what they wear.


this said, the book is still far superior to the first book in the hash tag series.

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  • S0nz4Me
  • 19-11-16

This Will #Rev You Up

An outstanding mainstream m/m new adult romance. Read book one first and then this finishes their HEA. Both books are with the same narrator who does a great job differentiating between the men. So great - love the whole gang in the hashtag and gearshark series.

The only weird thing was the bucket list quotes at the beginning of each chapter. Each other book made sense how she started a chapter. This one, not so much.

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  • 12-06-22

Love is Love

I have read and listen to this series so many times and I never get tired of it. I only wish the other book that was written about these two would be made into audio. i highly recommend this series and all other books written by this author.

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  • Shag Student
  • 25-01-20

Masculine Love

Cambria Hebert's 2nd in the Gearshark Series "#REV" is a winner in every way. It's no wonder this LGBT-Lite /Sports saga is so popular with her Female Fans. The romantic adventures of Trent and Drew are lushly narrated but with a masculine sensibility that is very satisfying. Highly recommended for her many fans and lovers of invincible true romance. Well plotted and we'll structured. This is becoming a " must listen" series.

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  • Tanya
  • 20-10-19

great ending

loved the ending to the story of Trent and Drew. can't wait to see where the secondary characters.find their HEA and Joey is at the top of my list

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  • April Reads & Listens
  • 09-09-19

Love. Friendship. Family.

This book picks up from where it left off in book 1. The first few scenes are difficult to listen/read. It's a pet peeve of mine when one of the MCs goes off and be self sacrificing. Thank the lord, Drew didn't fall for it,

The journey towards the conclusion of Drew and Trent's lovestory isn't paved smoothly, but I'm so glad the two of them hang on to each other and their chosen families support them both.

I love this one way more that the first book.

Give it a go! It's a fun listen. =)

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  • Aethena Drake
  • 01-07-19

Good story. Good narration.

The first book was full of emotional tension which didn't drop off in this book. Trent and Drew work their way through the perils of being in an unconventional relationship.

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  • Cynthia Shepp
  • 21-05-19

I liked the first, but...

I LOVED the second. This one was all about the feels, and I fell in love with both men and their bravery. People can only hope to find a love like that. Great narration, too!

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  • Bob
  • 03-11-18

AFun Read -

The two books are a fun read. The two main characters were very well developed. You got to know them, feel the angst and the tension building between them. The racing is a cool bonus.


Loved Luke Itzvic's narration. Guy was a little strained.

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  • MagicalAM
  • 11-10-18

Lifestyle choice

This story and writing overall isn’t terrible - not great either. There’s some toxic masculinity from the MCs that’s unnecessary. But this author really needs to NOT refer to sexuality as a “lifestyle choice”. Good narration.

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  • Lo
  • 18-10-16

WOW, WOW!!!

After listening to #Junkie I just had to listen to this and just like #Junkie it didn't disappoint.

Luke Itzvic & Guy Locke continued doing a great job narrating Trent and Drew.

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  • DianeF
  • 13-01-21

Second book in the series and the second part of Trent and Drew’s story

Okay, so after the first part of this story I admitted that I would not normally have bought these books, but I liked the characters from the # series. I am pleased that I bought them. The story flowed well. The sex scenes were well interspersed.

If you like these, maybe try Lila Rose, she mixes straight and LGBTQ+ couples with triad relationships within the same series of books.

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  • HMM
  • 12-07-19

No racing

This book is not about racing, it's about sex en soft feelings. Page after page. Why every chapter starts with a bucket list item is nit clear and annoying. The quoted sports magazine interview too is really stupid, avoiding talking about sports and poorly written. The narrator does voices well, but doesn't follow the writers clues about 'shrieking voice' 'laughed comment' and so on.