Combust, an all new sexy and emotional standalone by K. Bromberg is NOW AVAILABLE!
From New York Times Bestselling author, K. Bromberg, comes the second standalone book in the Everyday Heroes series. Just how hot will firefighter Grady Malone turn up the heat?
Songwriter Dylan McCoy has been burned.
By her boyfriend she found in her bed . . . with someone else.
By the contract she signed that obligates her to work with him until the songs for his new album are complete.
By her agent when she asked Dylan to keep their breakup on the down-low.
When she finds herself in Sunnyville, she refuses to let her new roommate burn her too. Still . . . a rebound has never looked so good.
That’s her first thought when she sees firefighter Grady Malone.
Sexy. Charismatic. Unapologetic. He’s a man who carries his own scars-the ones on his back, the survivor’s guilt on his soul, and the fear in his heart.
When an unexpected visitor puts their roommate status to the test, will their undeniable attraction burn out, or will they both take a chance and play with fire?
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Combust by K. Bromberg is book 2 in the Everyday Heros series. Dylan McCoy is having a bad time of it, started by catching her superstar singer boyfriend cheating on her, it gets worse when her agent says that she needs to keep working with him as a songwriter, because if she doesn’t the label might not produce the album and pay her, and still worse she has to pretend to still be dating him, since without her calming influence on him, his meltdowns aren’t worth the risk. Grady Malone is scarred, inside and out, from a fire that he barely survived. When Dylan gets out of town and stays at Grady, a friend of her brother’s, house, it seems that a combustion between them is inevitable.
To me Combust was a slow burn. There is a lot hidden under the facade that both Dylan and Grady put forward that takes a while to be drawn out. At first it seems that they will be nothing more than housemates, though internally there is attraction, but circumstances push them to explore being more and as they do, past histories and personal issues are revealed. I liked how strong a character Dylan was, for all her self doubts, she sticks to her guns and won’t let anyone walk over her. Grady is even more closed off than she is and his need to save people, including Dylan from himself, battles with his desire to be more with her. Each needs the other to bring them out of the shells they have created for themselves.
Overall I recommend Combust by K. Bromberg, the relationship building between these characters was matched by passion, wit at love that stretched the length of the book.