These drivers got #swag…
Racing is in her DNA.
Right alongside money and power.
When you’re the daughter of one of the most powerful men in the country,
you have to work harder for success.
Joey Gamble’s a girl on a male-dominated track.
With a daddy who can buy whatever she wants.
But she doesn’t want anything… except to EARN her reputation.
Racing is his passion.
Trouble follows him everywhere. Some even say he invites it.
When you’re nipping at the taillights of the best driver in the new NRR,
you have to fight and claw for each and every success.
It’s never been easy for Lorhaven.
That’s why he doesn’t play by the rules.
He’s a man with a serious chip on his shoulder against the pro racing circuit.
We at GearShark want to know what’s up with that.
We’ve also been hearing rumblings…
of a pro who wants to go indie.
We’ve invited racing royalty and the driver from the wrong side of the tracks to sit down and talk to us about a possible crossover.
We expected sparks to fly when Joey and Lorhaven crossed paths.
Will those sparks ignite into a full-on inferno?
I have loved every book up until this one. I truly struggled through this book. I'm not sure why because I love this world and the characters (even Lorhaven by the end). It took me about four months to get through this one. I did listen to the bulk of it via audiobook and read some via paperback.
Anyways, this book is about Joey G and Lorhaven and their struggles within the racing world, everyday life and relationships. Lorhaven is a major jerk in most of the series and I grew to hate him, this book shed a different light on him and I grew to like him a little bit. I absolutely loved Joey the first time I met her. These two as a pair was fun to watch. Do they both get what they want in the end? Do they end up together?
I once again loved the little blurbs at the beginning of each chapter. I enjoyed the plot and the character development immensely. I honestly think my struggle was with the narrators of the audiobook I just didn't have the time to sit down with a paperback. I loved exploring the world further and I look forward to reading the last two. I love Cambria Heberts books and she is one of the authors on my list that I don't even look at descriptions I just buy the book. This one is the only one I've struggled through so far and again I think it was just the narrators.
4 racing stars