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Revved by Chacelyn Pierce


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Drag and Drift, 1

Creed has been beating himself up for the hateful way he reacted to Bronx after an intoxicated kiss. However, it stirred something in him that should be brought to light. Creed must visit the raceway and stake his claim on not only the winnings but on the man he's come to desire.

Bronx has been keeping his love a secret for three long years. The slip up kiss bears the same resemblance to the incident that caused him to lose his old best friend in New York. Will facing each other be a simple delivery of apologies or will they finally admit and succumb to their desires?

Be Warned: m/m sex



The slamming of the house's front door brought Creed's head out from under his Camaro's hood. Since he'd moved into the guest house over the garage, he was used to his aunt finding him to fix a leak or burn some trash. However, determined steps crunched the pebbles outside and he knew instantly it wasn't his aunt. Nope, his bitchy sixteen-year-old cousin looked as if she was about to make her weekly round. Here we go again. He was already shaking his head before she even walked inside the garage. Judging by the color of the sky, it must've been close to seven pm. She had been on the same routine for the past four Saturdays. Cassie was going to ream him for not going to the dragway. Since Sparco's Raceway sat clear on the other side of town, his aunt didn't trust Cassie to go alone. Since he was an adult, albeit a semi-responsible one, Aunt Georgia said Cassie could go so long as he did.

Well, he wasn't going.

Creed hadn't been to the dragway in a month and Cassie was fit to be tied. He heard the clap-slap of flip-flops against her feet and when they stopped suddenly, he knew she was right behind him. He could feel her lurking like some insane, hormonal teen.

"This is bullshit, Creed." He cringed when he heard her gum pop. "Becky says Gunther is starting to eye Jessica in my absence. Can we please go tonight, please?" God, the begging had been the worst of it all.

Wiping the smut off his hands he turned and noted she'd gotten dressed in hopes he'd go race. He was ten years her senior, so she was more like a younger sister since he'd been raised by her mother over half his life. He'd really stepped up to take on the man role when Uncle Herman died six years ago. He'd even kept the auto parts shop operational but didn't know he'd have to play the father/brother role and teach Cassie how to grow up. He knew exactly what this boy Gunther had on his mind when he looked at her. However, telling her any different would only cause more rebellious tendencies.

 Cassie came only to his chest and her blonde hair was twisted up in some clippie thing. She gave him the sad puppy-dog eyes and even quivered her bottom lip in effect to win him over.

"No. I need a break from racing. It's becoming too much."

"Yeah, uh-huh, and that's why every Saturday night you tinker around in here as if preparing to go, yet you don't." She looked at the empty carport beside his Camaro: it had once been occupied on Saturdays as well. His best friend would prep his vehicle for the races right beside him. Now, the vacant space stayed empty and cold, just as he felt. "God, what happened between you and Bronx?"

Creed crinkled his nose. "Nothing." Which was untrue, he'd fucked up royally and he didn't know how to set things right or even if they could be set right. A mere apology didn't compare to the words he'd screamed at Bronx as he watched him leave a month ago.

Cassie rolled her eyes. "Right and when I saw him at Jimmy's Corner Store the other day he avoided me like the plague." She chewed her bottom lip, her look pensive. "He looked really upset."

Creed tossed the dirty rag on the ground and slammed the car hood down. Cassie flinched and backed up when he took a menacing step closer to her. "He fucking should be. Three years… you think you know someone and they pull some shit that changes things."

"What do you mean? What happened?"

"Forget it." Creed moved to the worktable and tossed his tools back in the box, clanging them loud enough in hopes the noise would drown out anymore of Cassie's probing questions. He didn't fucking want to answer anything having to do with Bronx or why they were fighting. He didn't want to explain his disappearance to their friends and feel like even more of a douche. Most of all, he didn't what to face the aftermath with Bronx. How could he apologize for how he acted and what he said? Bronx had rattled their friendship with an unexpected kiss. However, that wasn't what freaked him out. He'd snapped because he enjoyed it and wanted Bronx in a way he'd never before.

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  1. Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th May 2013

    I read quite a lot of the M/M genre, and I’m always kind of surprised when a guy is kissed by another guy and realizes not only does it feel good but he likes it and goes from being hetero to bi in the blink of an eye. I mean, I’m sure it happens and let’s face it, that immediate attraction happens between males and females all the time. I guess I’m going to have to survey my gay male friends, because this really has me curious. In Revved by Chacelyn Pierce, Creed is surprised when his best friend of three years, Bronx, kisses him after too much alcohol. He’s even more surprised by how it made him feel and his reaction to it.

    This is a short story about two men who have a life changing moment and the fall out afterwards. There is some confusion, some hurt feelings, some groveling, and then some pretty damn good make up sex. Set around the male dominated world of drag racing, it’s not hard to imagine some of the fears these guys are dealing with. I liked these characters, they are both pretty much alpha males; one trying to be true to himself after hiding part of his life for many years and the other trying to sort out his feelings and trying to figure out how to apologize and move forward.

    While the book leaves us with a pretty good happy for now, I’d really like to know more. I’m hoping we’ll see more of Creed and Bronx in the next book in this series and learn how they are progressing. I enjoyed Revved; the characters are very likeable and their intimate scenes will no doubt get your heart racing!

  2. The Romance Review 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Feb 2013

    REVVED is a super awesome MM romance with a unique setting. I can't wait to read the next installment in this series!

    Creed shared an explosive kiss with his best friend, Bronx, and then ran from him. Bronx has loved his best friend from afar for three years culminating in that kiss but when Creed pulled away from their friendship, his worst fears were realized. Now it's up to Creed to show Bronx he wants more than friendship.

    This is a stellar romance because it combines an already developed emotional relationship with a new sexual one. Creed and Bronx have been best friends and confidantes for three years and now their relationship changes to include sexual intimacy and it's delicious. I love the honesty between the two men and enjoyed their sexy and emotional romance. Though a short novella, the character development is well done and shows the writer's talent to do much in so few pages.

    The only bad thing about REVVED is I have to wait for book two in the Drag and Drift series! Any MM romance fan should read and adore this novella as I did.

  3. Top2Bottom Reviews 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Feb 2013

    Speedy and sexy, just like the cars these men drive

    Creed and Bronx haven’t spoken since the drunken kiss. Creed because he said hateful things when he desires Bronx, and Bronx because he fears he lost a good friend.

    When the men finally meet up again, it doesn’t take long for their fears to be faced and sparks to fly.

    This is a perfect bite-size story, as well as hot and sweet.

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