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Sweet Cheeks by K. Bromberg

 
 

March 22, 2017

 

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Jeri’s Book Attic

 
 

 

 

Title :              Sweet Cheeks

Author :           K. Bromberg

Series :            n/a

Release date :   November 14th 2016

Rating :           5 Stars

 

 

Blurb : An all new second chance love story by the New York Times Bestselling author of the Driven series.

 

It all started with the invitation. To my ex-fiance’s new wedding. I should have ignored it.Thrown it away. Set it afire. But I didn’t. I replied. With a plus one. And then my assistant accidentally mailed it.

 

Enter Hayes Whitley.

 

Mega-movie star. The man who has captured the hearts of millions. But I gave him mine years ago. He was my first love. He was my everything. Right until he up and left to chase his dreams without so much as a simple goodbye.

 

When he showed up out of the blue ten years later, I should have known to steer clear. I should have rejected his offer to take me to my ex’s wedding. I should have never let him kiss me.

 

But I didn’t.

 

And now we’re left wondering if the pieces of the life we once shared still fit together somehow. First loves are hard to forget. The question is, do we want to forget? Or do we risk the chance and see what happens next?

 

Review : K. Bromberg had me in her corner after reading “Driven” … like in really HAD me … I am still using phrases from that book in daily life … #IRaceYou.

 

So when I found her new book “Sweet Cheeks” was released it was a no brainer that I needed to read that one.

 

Again she surprised me, because she uses a different focus on a story that has been told so many times that one might think it became boring or that there would be now new angle possible to refresh what has been visited that often.

 

But with just a few perfectly placed lines she creates a whole new view. The Movie star and the normal girl, that one has been told a million times. In the version of being a second chance novel probably again thousands of times. But in the Bromberg’way it is unique.

 

The focus is on the girl – not the movie star … Hayes is just that Hayes … He is her first love and the reader really tends to forget what he is to others – just like our leading lady does.

 

So everthing that happens works out perfectly believable after that.

 

I am not sure it really made sense what the two of them did. How they threw themselves out there to the wolves but I admire their guts to do it.

 

Well written …

 

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