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
I fell in love with K. Bromberg’s writing when I picked up Driven. She set the bar high with her trilogy and as excited as I was to read her newest book, I was also scared that I would be setting myself up for a letdown. I can now release a sigh of relief. Why? Because Slow Burn is another astonishingly passionate novel that grabbed a hold of me and wouldn’t let go.
Slow Burn especially affected me because of the topic it deals with. I’ve felt Haddie’s fear, denial, reluctance, and grief when dealing with cancer. Communicating with loved ones and dealing with raw emotions and feelings seems easy until you are the one who has to experience it. Becks’ reaction is one that I’ve experienced from personal knowledge.
K. Bromberg did it again. She was able to tug at my heartstrings with the Becks and Haddie’s story, once again proving that love is more than a simple glance and a giddy feeling. It is being angry, being a comfort, being a friend, and being a “we are”. It is living every day thankful that you are alive.
I give Slow Burn a adoring 5 stars.
Slow Burn is this great, powerful love story, that will have your toes and you swoon over Beck. I know Beck would have me wrapped around his little finger, in two seconds flat. This is all true but, I really think this story had more depth to it, to just talk about how hot Beck was and how steamy the intimate scenes were.
Have you notice between the hot male body dripping with water and steamy sex, she write about, that K. Bromberg is a kick a$$ writer? I know the sex sales books and all but, what I really think makes a good book, is one that brings out feelings. They don't always have to be sad tears to be feelings, they can be happy or scared etc...
I'm just saying, K. Bromberg does this. She made me feel what Haddie was going through, I felt how scared she was to just make an appointment. This is what makes a good book. The sex and hot guy sales the books these days, we all need that book boy friend. Beck is on the top of my list! I just don't want readers to look over K. Bromberg has a real gift.
I give this book 5 stars!