One Night. That’s all it was supposed to be.
Reeling from the sudden loss of her sister, Haddie Montgomery has sworn off relationships. All she wanted from Beckett Daniels was a sexy distraction to help her escape her pain for just a little while….There weren’t supposed to be any strings attached—so why can’t she shake the memory of that unforgettable night from her thoughts? Or the taste of his kiss from her lips?
No matter how hard Haddie tries to forget about him, Becks relentlessly tries to prove that she should start living for today. But she is determined to avoid romantic commitment, and she can always use her ex-boyfriend’s reappearance to help snuff out the slow burn within her that Becks has sparked….
Or will fate force her to realize that this kind of connection doesn’t come along very often and a chance at love is worth the risk?
About The Author: New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author K. Bromberg is that reserved woman sitting in the corner who has you all fooled about the wild child inside of her—the one she lets out every time her fingertips touch the computer keyboard.
K. lives in Southern California with her husband and three children. When she needs a break from the daily chaos of her life, you can most likely find her on the treadmill or with Kindle in hand, devouring the pages of a good, saucy book.
On a whim, K. Bromberg decided to try her hand at this writing thing. Her debut novels, Driven, Fueled, and Crashed of The Driven Trilogy were well received and went on to become multi-platform bestsellers as well as landing on the New York Times and USA Today lists. Her other works include a short story, UnRaveled, and a companion piece to The Driven Trilogy titled Raced. She is currently working on three stand alone Driven novels, Slow Burn, Sweet Ache, and Hard Beat. She also plans to release a novel addressing the 10 year gap at the ending of Crashed in late fall 2015
I started, restarted, re-restarted, and re-re-restarted this paragraph about 10 million times. How do you open up a review to something as impassioned, breathtaking, and sensuous as Slow Burn? I feel that any words I give will not do this masterpiece any justice.
K Bromberg had me stuck on her Driven series from the first page of Driven until I regrettably finished the last novel. Regrettable because it was over. When I heard that there was going to be a book about Haddie and Becks?? I became so excited that my husband thought he might need to label me as certifiably insane.
It’s always nerve-wracking when an author decides to do another novel outside of the series, because some don’t pull it off. But Kristy went shooting above any expectation that I had of these books.
When I received my book I cracked open the cover, closed my eyes, took a deep breath, and dove in. This book is an emotional roller-coaster, tugging at your heartstrings and reaching into the deep recesses of your mind to pull out every single form of sympathy and remorse that you can fathom.
And it’s hot. Oh God is it hot. Kristy did not disappoint in that realm of her novel. Did we ever doubt her ability to have you panting from a paperback orgasm? Becks has this easygoing yet demanding thing going on and man is that ever freaking sexy!
Speaking of Becks, on to the characters…. (This is how I see Becks and Haddie, but just opinion ^_^)
Beckett (Becks) Daniels is best friends with the main guy of Driven. He meets Haddie and is instantly blown away by her super-bod, and then is thrown into ravenous heat by her cold-cocked attitude. He’s seen as easy-going, but Becks knows what he wants, and it’s Haddie. In his bed. On the wall. On the couch. Wherever he can have her.
Haddie Montgomery is suffering from an indescribable loss and is a love-em-leave-em kinda gal. Her motto is “I’ve got hearts to break and heels to wear”. But she’s a woman who isn’t afraid to say what’s on her mind, and is willing to go the extra mile to get her desire sated by a sexy ‘Cowboy’…..
If you want to pick up Slow Burn, click on the link below:
If you’d like to see my review of Driven click here: Driven Review