Review – #Rev by Cambria Hebert


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…
Stubborn will…
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?
His answer?


My Review
4 out of 5 stars

This book picks up right where #Junkie left off. I was going to put this book off for a while so I could get through some more of my TBR backlist books, but I just felt a pull toward this story and couldn’t hold off anymore. I needed to know how Trent and Drew’s story ended.

I honestly thought this book would have more of the racing aspect to it, but now that I’m finished with the book, I can see why that aspect took a backseat. This story focuses more on Trent and Drew’s relationship, which I was really happy with. Trent and Drew needed time to heal from the attack from the previous book, deal with the fallout, and get their payback. Their relationship takes quite a few hits during this book and each one of them broke my heart. I felt so bad for them. I really love that they anchored to each other though and didn’t let the hate that was spewed toward them affect their relationship and their love for each other. These two are the very definition of #TrewLove. (I think that’s my new favorite hashtag, by the way!)

Trent and Drew went through quite a journey in this book. I’m so glad they are able to be themselves now, no matter what the public may think of their relationship.

I also enjoyed that we got some more insight into Lorhaven and Arrow in this book. I can’t wait to read the next book so I can get more of Lorhaven’s story. I have a feeling it’s going to be an interesting one, too.


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