Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Fueled (Driven, #2) by K. Bromberg ~ Giveaway and Review

Book Description:

What happens when the one person you never expected suddenly happens to be the one you’ll fight the hardest to keep?

Colton stole my heart. He wasn't supposed to, and I sure as hell didn't want him to, but he crashed into my life, ignited feelings within me that I thought had died forever, and fueled a passion that I never knew could exist.

Rylee fell out of that damn storage closet and into my life. Now I don't think I'll ever be the same. She's seen glimpses of the darkness within me, and yet she's still here. Still fighting for me. She is without a doubt the saint, and I am most definitely the sinner.

How is it the one thing neither of us wanted—neither of us anticipated that fateful night—has us fighting so hard to keep?

He steals my breath, stops my heart, and brings me back to life again all in a split second of time. But how can I love a man who won't let me in? Who continually pushes me away to prevent me from seeing the damaged secrets in his past? My heart has fallen, but patience and forgiveness can only go so far.

How can I desire a woman who unnerves me, defies me, and forces me to see that in the deep, black abyss of my soul there's someone worthy of her love? A place and person I swore I'd never be again. Her selfless heart and sexy body deserve so much more than I'll ever be capable of giving her. I know I can't be what she needs, so why can't I just let her go?

We are driven by need and fueled with desire, but is that enough for us to crash into love?

Title: Fueled (Book #2 of the Driven Trilogy)

Author: K. Bromberg

Release date: August 27, 2013

Age Group: Adult

Genre: Contemporary/Erotic Romance

Tour organized by: AToMR Tours

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About this Author:

K. Bromberg was born and raised in Southern California. She graduated from University of California at San Diego with two bachelors—economics and political science—but always loved to write.

K. Bromberg remains in Southern California with her husband and their three young children. When not writing or working her day job, she can be found playing ninjas or power rangers with her son, fixing the hair of her oldest daughter’s American girl doll, doing ‘arts and crapts’ with her youngest daughter, or listening to any or all of them fight/whine/giggle at once. When she needs a break from the daily chaos, you can almost always find her with Kindle in hand, devouring the pages of a good book, or mentally outlining her next set of characters.

Fueled is K. Bromberg’s second published novel and is the highly anticipated second book of “The Driven Trilogy.” Driven was her well-received debut novel and Book #1 of the series.

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My Thoughts:

Wow! What an adrenaline filled read! I liked Driven but at the end of the book I wasn't sure that I liked Colton very much. In Fueled, I had a moment here or there, where I disliked his actions but for the most part, I liked him a lot better. :-) You could probably read this as a stand alone but I wouldn't. You'd miss a good book that sets up the events in Fueled.

This book picks up right where Driven left off. I was really happy that their relationship was fixed quickly.

There were so many sweet moments in this book that I found myself smiling a lot. I love the characters especially the kids. :-)

While reading Fueled, you will find a handsome, possessive male, action (both on the track and between the sheets), drama, romance, catty, snotty women, two people with issues trying to have a relationship, and a truly explosive ending that will fuel your desire for the third book to be completed quickly.

The two main characters Rylee and Colton, have a habit of sharing their feelings via songs. I absolutely LOVE it.

I really loved the fun and flirty scenes between Rylee and Colton. ;-)

I recommend that adults who have a What to read after Fifty list, put these books at the top.

I received an ecopy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion. There were moments that had me crying, laughing, smiling, and of course angry too. It was an emotional ride that I didn't want to stop. I liked the first book and I liked Fueled even more. I can't wait to read the third book.

If you loved someone but seen them in a compromising position, would you give them the benefit of doubt and let them explain or would you assume the worst because of what you seen?

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  1. If you loved someone but seen them in a compromising position, would you give them the benefit of doubt and let them explain or would you assume the worst because of what you seen?
    I'd probably be really shocked BUT I would let them explain. In fact, I'd demand an explanation. I've read to many books where all the girl had to do was ask to solve all their problems.
    Laura @ Music Plus Books

    1. Very true but sometimes when life happens we're not prepared for it and we fly off the handle before thinking. I'm not sure that my rational brain would prevail. :-)

  2. I drive the speed limit most of the time.

  3. i hope i will let them at least try to explain ( perhaps it won't change the fact i lost the trust i had with them but the need at least this opportunity)

    1. oups and i forgot: i don't drive ( but if i did i'm so nervous it would be slow)

    2. I don't know if I'd let them explain. I can be stubborn sometimes and in a heated moment I may be irrational as well.

      I don't really like to drive so when I do, I go pretty fast so that I can be done quicker.

    3. i should have precised that it's not "on the moment" i would probably let them to explain^^;; i'm sure at first i would either slap them or start crying and leave ina hurry^^;;

  4. I'd like to say I'd want them to explain but you never know until your in that situation. I can have a temper so I would more than likely yell and possibly throw things. Im not proud of it! LOL :) But then yea I'd probably demand an explanation. Or I could go the complete oppisite way and just walk out. So who knows... :) oh and probably fast. I TRY and do the speed limit.

  5. I would try but it would depend on the situation.

  6. After giving them the benefit of doubt and letting them explain, I would try to decide if I could ever trust them again.

  7. I drive the speed limit. At least I try to ;)

  8. I drive the speed limit the majority of the time.
    I would give the person a chance to explain.

  9. Drive the speed limit
    let them explain