- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 10 hours and 22 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Cambria Hebert Books, LLC
- Audible.com Release Date: April 11, 2017
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06Y4D1HM6
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#Swag Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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I loved this book! I was so blown away by how it made me feel, it was so unexpected. Lorhaven was such an enigma, and let's be honest, a bit of a jerk, in #Junkie and #Rev, so I really wasn't sure how Cambria was going to change my mind about him. But let's just say, getting inside his head, seeing the love he has for his brother, his thoughts on Drew and Trent, and his feelings for Joey, made me fall head over heals for this strong, tough, protective man. He's nothing like I imagined but everything I could have wanted.
This is such a surprising, passionate, and intense book, and not only because of the chemistry between Lorhaven and Joey- although that was combustible! The story took some unforeseen, and at times shocking, turns. Joey is in all ways Lorhaven's equal, but she's also a vulnerable young woman who has had to deal with some really horrible situations, all because she wants to be taken seriously as a racecar driver. Being a woman in a "man's world", especially with her father in the position he's in, has in no way been easy for her. Many times it's been downright awful. It was heartbreaking to see what she went through, and frustrating that she felt she had no one to turn to.
Joey and Lorhaven are really a match made in heaven. They are both determined, dedicated, strong-willed people. But when they come together the walls come down and we see the softer side to each of them. They complement each other so perfectly, giving the other exactly what they need. And I just adored them.
"He looked like solace. He smelled like home, and he felt like relief."
>I am an independent reviewer. This book is the third in the GearShark series and ends in an HEA. Joey G. is a female racer in a men’s world. She comes across as prickly and tough, but longs to be able to just be herself. Lorhaven is the bad boy of the indie car racing world. When we first meet him in the first book, he has no redeemable qualities. He seems rude and unconcerned with anyone but himself. A softer side of Lorhaven comes out when he is around his brother, Arrow. During an interview, sparks fly between Lorhaven and Joey. Lorhaven becomes protective around Joey and shows her a side no one but his brother has ever seen.
>This story has a lot of Trent and Drew acting as Joey’s bodyguards, mostly. Their relationship is still going strong and fun to see “stress free” so to speak. There is a lot of information about cars and racing in #Swag. I loved the inside peek into driving in a race. There are female NASCAR drivers and hazing does exist. I can only hope the situations Joey had to endure came out of the author’s imagination and not from any real source. The only good that came from Joey’s hazing is the alpha-ness that Lorhaven showed towards her.
>Relationships with fathers seem to be an issue in this book. Both Lorhaven’s and Joey’s fathers are flowed individuals, but seem to want to learn from their mistakes. Hopefully in Arrow’s story, forgiveness will play a large role.
>This book is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving the book 5 stars. The story is a romance, but a romance covered in motor oil.
Lorhaven has been redeemed in my eyes. I had such a poor impression of him from the previous books. He and Joey are a great match. I'm anxious to see how they are as competitors in the NNR during Arrows book.
I felt like I got a behind the scenes look at the world of pro racing and street racing. I would have liked a longer book with more characters in this world, but I'm always greedy that way.
Cambria delivers another checkered flag.
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