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- Audible.com Release Date: July 11, 2016
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- Language: English
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#Rev picks off mere moments where #Junkie ended. We get to see Trent and Drew work through the repercussions of Trent's vicious beating along with coming out to family, friends, frat brothers, and colleagues as well as cementing Drew's position in the new indie racing division. There's a lot less driving in this one, however. This is definitely not a standalone novel!
These two men are incredibly sweet and romantic, but somehow it doesn't feel over the top. Kudos to Cambria Herbert for being able to pull that off. And kudos as well for writing some of the sexiest scenes I have ever read in MM romance! Wow! And there are LOTS of them in #Rev.
The next book in the series is MF, which I'll likely skip an mov on the the 4th in the series. I'll happily ready any MM by this author!
And then Drew showed up. Randomly, out of nowhere. I wondered why he showed up all of a sudden, so close to the series ending. Such a random time (though he totally worked in the story) to bring in a new character. And then he started interacting with Trent and they got along so well and I knew. I just knew.
I fell in love with them hard in #Junkie. It was the book that I was most excited for out of all of the Hashtag/GearShark books and I absolutely could not wait for it. I was so excited to witness these two characters that I loved so dearly learn more about themselves and each other. It was such an amazing experience to watch and read along as they discovered their love for one another and how they dealt with all the criticism and judgement from not only the outside world but themselves as well. They're discovery was beautiful and made for a monumental story.
#Rev picked up right where #Junkie left off (this satisfied a lot of people, I'm sure, because #Junkie ended on a cliffhanger) and we got to start immediately where we left the boys. So much happened in this book and I can honestly say that it was just as amazing as the first, if not more, because they finally got to fully love one another. Unfortunately, they also had to deal with a lot of real-life disappointments in the terms of family and people they thought were their friends. Being gay and being in the spotlight isn't easy and they learn this the hard way.
I can very easily say that #Rev definitely made me fall even harder for Trent. He's such a kind soul and I can relate to him quite a bit, actually. From his home life to the way he sees himself and others around him. I can see myself in him and it made me feel for his characters ten times more.
Drew is still the same awesome, sassy Drew that stole everyone's attention in the Hashtag series. He reminds me a lot of Braeden (just a little more subdued and, well... gay). He and Trent compliment each other well and I couldn't get enough of them.
I am sad that this is the last Drew/Trent book but also excited that there are more books to come in the GearShark series. Arrow managed to wiggle his Beiber-like self into my heart and I cannot wait to learn more about him! I'm not that huge a fan of Lorhaven, but I'm curious of him as well and I'm excited to read their stories.
Hands down, another must-read from Cambria Hebert.
Rating: 5 Stars.
Favorite Character: All of them, seriously.
"I refused to quit Trent.
And I refuse to quit these boys!
#Rev picks up right where #Junkie ended, with Trent thinking he needed to break things off with Drew to keep him safe. Silly, misguided, darling Trent!
"I fell in love with my best friend. It's a good damn thing I was a fighter. I'd fight for him. I'd fight for me. I'd fight for us."
This really is such a beautiful love story. It's about 2 people desperately in love, overcoming obstacles that no one should have to, in the name of love. Drew and Trent have to go through so much in this book- not only are they still learning to navigate their new life as a couple, but they have to figure out how/when they are going to "come out" to their families and friends, to Drew's new boss and sponsors at the racing league, to Trent's fraternity and teammates. It's not easy, but as long as they have each other there's nothing these two can't face together.
This story is so genuine and heartfelt, so honest and endearing, so real, it broke my heart and healed it all at the same time.
"Drew and I were stronger together. I was stronger with him than I would ever be apart. He gave me strength. I gained courage from his love."
Drew and Trent completely stole my heart in #Junkie, but with #Rev I happily wrapped it up in a bow and handed it over to them.