Review: Revolution by Dr. Rebecca Sharp (Driven World)


Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Wildfire Marketing Solutions.

Allow me to make a tiny confession: I've never read K. Bromberg's Driven series. Shameful, I know. I've read almost all of her other books, however, and have loved them, but yes, I know I need to get a move on and read the very series that had readers sit up and take notice of her writing. That being said, I do have an idea what the series is about because I've read the blurbs and some of the reviews. Thankfully, these new books from a host of authors that have been inspired by Bromberg's Driven world are standalones, and diving in to my first one, Revolution penned by Rebecca Sharp, truly did feel like a standalone, so I can say I wasn't the least bit lost.

Revolution is the story of Kasey Snyder, a mechanical engineer who followed her passion and became race car driver Ace Snyder. As talented as she may be behind the wheel, her career in NASCAR stalls abruptly when she's suspended after an altercation with another driver--one that was provoked. All she wants is to drive and be recognized for being a damn good driver, not because she's a female in a male-dominated sport. Now, the only way for her to get back on track so she can get back ON the racing track is to drive someone else's car during the Indianapolis 500, but will Kasey survive mechanic Garret Gallagher from driving her crazy...crazy in love?

This book had the author shifting from romantic comedy (i.e. her Country Love series) back to a romance with more angst, and boy, did she have me sitting up and paying attention. I've loved reading Rebecca Sharp's Country Love books, but before I started reading those, I was able to read a couple of her other angsty novels, and I had a wee bit of a problem connecting to those. Revolution, however, was a story that I enjoyed and I'm impressed by the writing and the story Sharp had to share. Kasey was a fantastic main character, one who knew what she wanted and fought hard for it, giving her all. Revolution turned out to be a strong 4.5-starred read.

Release Date: 20 August 2020

Date Read: 20 August 2020

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