Drew Forrester is a total adrenaline junkie.
His high of choice?
The faster, the better.
He’s been making waves in Maryland’s underground racing circuit since he crossed the state line, and after speaking with him, we know he’s not hitting the brakes anytime soon.
So what exactly does it take to burn rubber and make a name for yourself in a world where the only rule is there are no rules?
You gotta be hungry…
You gotta have balls…
And you can never back down.
What’ve we learned here at GearShark?
Drew is all of the above.
We also know he’s got some secrets buried under his hood.
Secrets we think are loaded with octane and just might set the world of cars on fire.
Check out the full feature article inside…
5 out of 5 stars
Wow. This book was absolutely amazing! This was my first M/M read. The author did an amazing job of writing Drew and Trent’s story.
I already liked Trent and Drew’s characters from reading the Hashtag series. In this book we got to take a deeper look at their friendship and the connection that they share. Both of them want to be more than friends but are scared so they push their feelings down. The angst was squeezing my heart so much while reading this book. I just wanted to give them both a huge hug and tell them to just go for it! Thankfully someone kind of did that for me. 😉
When they finally had the talk and admitted their feelings for each other, my heart soared and I cheered for them. It is clear how much they care for each other and they are amazing together! Chemistry is off the charts. Trent and Drew have soared to the top of my favorite couples list, along with Romeo and Rimmel and Braeden and Ivy.
Even though there were so many heartwarming moments between them, my heart broke for them too and a couple times I was in tears. The closed-mindedness and attacks from some of the people in this book broke my heart. It is a real struggle that gay couples have to face.
My heart skipped a couple beats at that cliffhanger ended so I’ll definitely be picking up the next book in the series soon. I need to know what happens next.