Review of Sweet Ache by K. Bromberg

Sweet AcheSynopsis:

The New York Times bestselling author of Slow Burn turns up the heat when a sexy bet turns into so much more…

Hawkin Play, the bad boy rock star with a good guy heart, has lived a lifetime of cleaning up after his twin brother’s mistakes. Hunter’s most recent screw-up could land Hawke in jail and risk the band’s future. Hawke agrees to guest lecture at a local college to stay in the judge’s good graces—and a bet with his bandmate to seduce his sexy teaching assistant is icing on the cake.

Quinlan Westin is harder to bed than Hawke imagined. She knows his type and is determined to avoid the rocker at all costs—even if their attraction runs deeper than simple lust.

Just as Hawke might finally be winning over the girl, his brother has other plans. When Hunter realizes his twin finally has a weakness, he’ll stop at nothing to take advantage…


About The Author:

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling 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.

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My Review: Four Hearts rating

How can I not give Kristy full stars for yet another masterpiece? This woman deserves an award for the amount of quality novels she has pumped out of her deliciously erotic mind within the last two years.

Bromberg has this way of creating characters with such emotional trauma that it takes the reader on a ride of self-healing. She creates ugly cries from words on paper, and that is a skill not many have mastered.

Sweet Ache is no exception. It is a novel that delves into a world that we can only dream of, containing a sinfully hot rocker and a girl with the backbone to handle him.  Between the comedy, the sexual tension, and the constant fluctuation of emotions; I was stuck on a tumultuous roller-coaster that had me simultaneously begging for more and begging for it to stop.

Hawkin is a man just begging for love, but not believing he deserves it. I loved his Alpha character and the way that he kept his loyalty to the people he loved, even when they did everything possible to hurt him.  When he is forced to lecture at a college, he doesn’t even expect the way that his life would be turned upside down by a fiery little blonde.

Quinlan is the sister of Colton (if you don’t know who he is you need to check out Driven here, because Colton is a necessity in any woman’s life), and the daughter of the famous Andy Westin. Having that kind of background leaves her with little appreciation for famous men, especially the ones in the playboy variety. Yet something about Hawkin sucks her in.

While this seems like a basic fairy-tale romance, you must know that Bromberg does not provide you with a fairy-tale. Everything in her stories provides a reader with an intense bout of emotions until you don’t know whether your crying or laughing, or sometimes both at the same time.

So props to another spectacular release, Kristy. I can’t wait to experience more of the worlds within that miracle brain of yours 😉



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