Sweet Cheeks by K. Bromberg: Review

Posted November 15, 2016 in review Tags: ,

Sweet Cheeks by K. Bromberg: ReviewSweet Cheeks by K. Bromberg
Pages: 346

Genres: Contemporary Romance
Also by this author: Driven, Fueled, Down Shift, Sweet Rivalry, The Player, The Catch, Cuffed, Control, Resist, Reveal, Hard to Handle, Flirting with 40, Hard to Hold, Hard to Score, Hard to Lose, Hard to Love , Last Resort, On One Condition, Final Proposal , Until You, Sweet Regret, Off the Grid


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?

The previous K. Bromberg books I have read have been fairly angsty and dealt with some heavy emotions. Sweet Cheeks is different! Not to say there wasn’t some angst, but its nothing like the Driven series. It was kind of unexpected in the best possible way.

Saylor (LOVE the name!) dumped her fiancé just before their scheduled wedding. 6 months later, she gets an invitation to his wedding to someone else. Of course, she checks she will attend and is bringing a date. Not that she has one. Her meddling brother calls in a favor from his best friend, who happens to be a famous actor now. Oh, and the man who broke Saylor’s heart years ago when he left her for his Hollywood dreams.

I kind of hated Hayes from the beginning. He is a bit of a douche canoe. Kind of pompous and arrogant and self centered. I wasn’t sure I could ever forgive him for just leaving without so much as a “Its been real” for Saylor. I think I hated him more because I adored her.

Overall, this is a well written, engaging second chance love story. I really wanted them to get their HEA!

Side note: The audio version is narrated by Andi Arndt and Sebastian York. That is going to be one awesome listen!


Three Simple Words by AJ Pine, Royally Screwed by Emma Chase, High Sided by LP Dover…then you will probably like Sweet Cheeks!

Sweet Cheeks

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About K. Bromberg

New 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 but can’t help 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 on a whim in 2013, Kristy has sold over one and a half 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 thirty times. Her Driven trilogy (Driven, Fueled, and Crashed) is currently being adapted for film by Passionflix with the first movie slated to release in 2018.

With her imagination always in overdrive, K Bromberg is currently scheming, plotting, and swooning over her latest hero. You can find out more about him or chat with Kristy on any of her social media accounts. The easiest way to stay up to date on new releases or sign up for her newsletter (here) or text KBromberg to 77948 to receive text alerts when a new book releases.

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