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Review: Worth The Risk by K. Bromberg


Worth the Risk by K. Bromberg

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publishing Date: May 15th, 2018
Cover Designer: Helen Williams
Photographer: Nicole Ashley Photography
Models: Oksana and Reydeon

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Worth the Risk is the last piece to the Everyday Hero’s series (Can be read as a stand alone) It’s all about our dear single dad Grayson Malone who is working his ass of as a Medevac pilot and single dad to precious Luke. Grayson has been burned before, left high and dry by Luke’s biological mother, he’s sworn since then to never let anyone get that close again to Luke…or himself.

“You should have let me have a choice in the matter whether or not I fell in love with you. But you didn’t. And now it’s for nothing.

Sidney Thorton is a privileges city girl, always moving on to her next flavor of the month or destination, sworn off serious relationships, and having kids Sidney prides herself on freedom and being able to leave when she pleases. Until an emergency helping a friend lands her in trouble with her Dad, she’s sent back to her hometown of Sunnyville to save a magazine in order to prove her work ethic. She’s not pleased to be back in the same town she was more than happy to leave after high school.

“That comes with strings and strings tie you down.”
“And sometimes strings are meant to hold you back from running in the
wrong direction.” 

After a set up in a Hot Dad contest Sidney and Grayson reunite for the first time since high school. Sidney is shocked to find him all grown up, hot, and true hero in the town. Grayson however isn’t happy at all to see Sidney standing in his door way. He hated everything her privileged life represents. Neither of them are what the other expected, but they sure can’t deny the chemistry bubbling beneath the surface between them, waiting for the perfect moment for it to explode.

 “You are the risk I chose to take. You are the one I choose.” 

Worth the Risk was a great way to end this series of stand alones. I loved how doting and protective of Luke he was, he totally gave off the super hot dad vibe. Sidney I couldn’t help but like, even thought I definitely understood where Grayson was coming from in his opinions. But as Sidney’s character developed, Grayson kept reverting back and not giving her any props in how she changed as a person. Either way I loved them together. Their chemistry was insane, I felt it as soon as their first conversation and the ANGST! Ugh it was everythingggg. I loved this book. It gave me all the feels I undoubtedly knew it would. I cried for Grayson, for Luke and for Sidney. They all made their ways into my heart and stayed there. It was the perfect enemies to lovers book, Grayson and Sidney’s dynamic worked so amazing. I couldn’t have been happier with the way things ended. I definitely recommend!

My Rating: 4.7/ 5 Stars

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From New York Times bestselling author K. Bromberg comes a new, sexy standalone about taking chances and finding love when it’s least expected. Or wanted.

This whole contest was supposed to be easy. I know, I know. Famous last words.

It’s a long story, but I messed up at work. Big time. To earn back the trust of my boss, I promised to save one of our magazines. Yep. That Hot Dad contest you’ve seen advertised all over the place was my idea. And if I’m successful, if I’m able to increase our online readership, then I get a shot at my dream job.

But the one thing I never expected to happen, happened: Contestant number ten, Grayson Malone. Hello, Mr. Difficult. And did I mention sexy as hell?

Unfortunately he knows me. The old me, anyway. And while we might be older now, I remind him of before. Of the woman who broke his heart, who hardened him, and who left him alone to raise the cutest little boy I’ve ever seen.

But I don’t want a relationship. And I definitely don’t fall for single dads with baggage. Even ones with chiseled abs and killer smiles.

But he got to me. They got to me. Him and his son and their messy, crazy life. But I got to him too. I see the stolen glances. I feel the walls he built start to crumble. I recognize that there’s an unexpected beauty to the chaos in his life.

And now that the contest is about to end, we’re left to decide whether the last six months were just fun or if what we have is worth risking it all?

About K. Bromberg

K. Bromberg Author PhotoNew York Times Bestselling author K. Bromberg writes contemporary novels that contain a mixture of sweet, emotional, a whole lot of sexy, and a little bit of real. She likes to write strong heroines, and damaged heroes who we love to hate and hate to love.

A mom of three, she plots her novels in between school runs and soccer practices, more often than not with her laptop in tow.

Since publishing her first book in 2013, Kristy has sold over one million copies of her books across sixteen different countries and has landed on the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestsellers lists over twenty-five times. Her Driven trilogy (Driven, Fueled, and Crashed) is currently being adapted for film by Passionflix with the first movie slated to release in the summer of 2018.

She is currently working on her Everyday Heroes trilogy. This series consists of three complete standalone novels—Cuffed, Combust, and Cockpit (late spring 2018)—and is about three brothers who are emergency responders, the jobs that call to them, and the women who challenge them.

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