Thursday, August 3, 2017

Review: #Junkie by Cambria Hebert

(GearShark #1)
by Cambria Hebert
Genre: M/M Romance
Release Date: January 20, 2016

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…

** This book contains an M/M romance relationship. **

I've never read the Hashtag series before, but it deter me from loving this one. I always think m/f author write the best GFY and this one really hit all the sweet spot as a double GFY. The best think about GFY is the uncertainty, the confusion, the denial and of course the exploration of another man's for the first time.

Drew, is the adrenaline junkie famous in the indie racing. Trent is at a conundrum, wondering what he should do upon graduating. They have been best friend for some time and of course watching their bromance turn romance is the highlight of the story.

On paper, Trent is not someone I like. Not only is he a frat boy, he is the frat president. To me that's like saying he is the King of Asshole. But thank goodness this book isn't about his frat house, we get more action with the cars. Trent is actually a great guy, a supportive friend who wanted the best for Drew.

Although I didn't read the previous books from the original series, I can see how close Drew and Trent are to each other. When some unexplained feelings bubbled up, is hard for them to recognize what is happening. I'm waiting on pins and needles for one of them to just say it out and it goes without saying it was a sweet torture to watch them both dancing about the issue.

The pages really flew past in a short time and I enjoyed every moment of it. I can't even complaint on the ending that left me hanging because I already got the second book lined up.