#Swag (GearShark #3)

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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?

Book Info

  • Original Title:#Swag (GearShark #3)
  • Author:
  • Rating:8.88 / 10
  • Genre:New Adult
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:9781938857911
  • ASIN:-
  • Publisher:Published June 7th 2016 by Cambria Hebert Books, LLC




My father always told me I could be whatever I wanted when I grew up.

So I became a woman in a man’s world.

Turns out I had bigger balls than a lot of the men. They didn’t take too kindly to that. Add on I also happened to be the daughter of the most powerful man in the entire state—well, let’s just say I wasn’t winning any popularity contests.

I didn’t care, though. I wasn’t here to win prom queen. I was here for respect, which I thought would be a lot easier to earn than it was.

Thing was, if I had a dick between my legs and a lot less money in my bank account, I’d likely be the most popular asshole on this track.

But I wasn’t packing that particular anatomy (even though my name suggested otherwise) and my pockets weren’t empty at all.

I was an asshole, though. Experience taught me that trait. Survival gave it p...

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Viv · 02-26-2018

This is a great story!

Lil · 11-03-2018


Angelfyre · 11-05-2018

Nice ending; worth the read.

Lea · 02-11-2019

Great book...worth the time