#Blur Review


Reviewer: Tabitha
#Blur by Cambria Hebert                              Format: Kindle
Series: GearShark #4
Published by Cambria Hebert Books, LLC
Publication Date: January 10th 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance, New Adult Sports Romance                                     Page Count: 416 pages
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The Original Synopsis can be found here.

There’s a new kid in town, and he’s hell on wheels.
From what we’ve heard, it may be because
he knows exactly what hell’s like.
You may know his brother,
the NRR hotshot
(and former GearShark cover model)
It’s only natural a driver with
his background and family connections
has sped his racecar
into the newest, hottest division.
But that’s not all.
Arrow may be following in big bro’s tread marks,
but he doesn’t plan to stay there.
He’s swerving onto the road less traveled…
and a lot more controversial.
he’s opening up about his private struggles with sexuality
to tell a story that’s gone unheard until now.
One thing’s for sure; Arrow may have a painful past,
but his foot is heavy on the accelerator.
With speed like this, he’s bound to leave everything behind
nothing but a #blur.

The Review:

This is the fourth book in the GearShark Series and it focuses on Arrow and Hopper, characters that we get introduced to in the first two GearShark books.  I’m doing  this review in more general terms as it’s only been two weeks (can you believe it!) since the release and I don’t want to spoil it for those who haven’t gotten the chance to read it yet.

Arrow is the younger brother of Lorhaven and he has a past that haunts him.  His hobby is cars and racing.  But when offered his choice of dreams he hesitates, and that brings him Hopper.

Hopper is Ron Gamble’s man on the track for Gamble’s Nascar division.  His past is filled with pain and dark with memories that he dwells on far too much.  When Gamble sends him to the other side of the state to get an answer from an up and coming racer he wants light begins to come back into his life.

Cambria Hebert does a wonderful job at bringing us the past of both of these characters into full view as a way to better understand  them and how they got where they are.  This book was well worth the wait that we had for it.  We even get a glimpse of Drew and Trent here.


This book is a wonderful continuation to characters that we fell in love with in the Hashtag series.  If you haven’t yet jumped onto the #Nerd/GearShark bandwagon you totally need to soon!  You also get the added benefit of the series being just about complete so you don’t have to wait the long months that we did!

Until Next Time!



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