Down Shift

The bestselling romance legend K Bromberg returns with another fast-paced, sizzling hot read – welcome to life in the fast lane . . .

The New York Times bestselling Driven series continues with a standalone story about finding love where you least expect it…

Behind the wheel, racing champion Zander Donavan is at the top of his game. But after too much excess in his personal life, he’s forced to step away. He needs to accomplish something all on his own – outside of his famous father’s shadow.

Getty Caster is running away from the abuse that clouds her past. She thinks she’s found the perfect escape – until she discovers a stranger in the beachside cottage she’d been promised. He’s undeniably sexy, but she’s there to heal. Alone.

Before long though, fighting with each other turns into fighting their attraction. And giving into desire sets off a chain reaction that has their pasts colliding. With an unexpected love on the line, can they overcome the fallout to build a future?

‘An irresistibly hot romance that stays with you long after you finish the book.’ #1 New York Times bestselling author Jennifer L. Armentrout

‘Captivating, emotional, and sizzling hot'”#1 New York Times bestselling author S.C. Stephens

‘Bromberg is a master at turning up the heat.’ New York Times bestselling author Katy Evans

‘K. Bromberg is the master of making hearts race and pulses pound.’ New York Times bestselling author Jay Crownover

“Super charged heat and full of heart. Bromberg aces it from the first page to the last.”-New York Times bestselling author Kylie Scott

‘Bromberg expertly captures the voice of a man torn between his tender heart and macho confidence…Gripping’ Publishers Weekly

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2 Responses to Down Shift

  1. Alison Manning says:

    ‘It will knock your socks off……. A.M.A.Z.I.N.G.

    The best way to describe my feelings after reading Down Shift …..

    “You know that moment when you’re reading a book and you just have to stop, bite your lip and squeal or sigh or close your eyes and wrinkle your nose and forehead and press the book (well Kindle) against your heart and just sit there and try to soak up the gorgeous literature via Osmosis”

    K Bromberg again delivers another fantastic story, and I guarantee, you will absolutely devour Down Shift!


  2. It doesn’t seem like 5 minutes have gone by since we were first introduced to Rylee’s “boys” and yet here we are with Zander all grown up and carving a path for himself in Colton’s footsteps by racing cars and chasing women!

    Zander, and the other boys, were such a touching addition to the Driven series and I quickly became attached to each and every one of them but Zander’s heart wrenching story stuck with me so I knew I just had to experience him now as man in “Down Shift”.

    I was expecting a story lived through Zander’s racing exploits, but this was the complete opposite. Sadly, we find Zander collapsing under the weight of his past once again as his insecurities once again rise thanks to a mysterious box which is delivered to him following the death of a relative. With the memories of his mother’s death still fresh in his mind, he is stunned when he comes across the autopsy report that was hidden from him, until now.

    After imploding and being issued an ultimatum, by Colton, Zander retreats only find Getty Caster in his way. Thanks to a misunderstanding, both Getty and Zander find themselves living under the same roof. Both running from their past, the last thing either needs is another person in the way of their individual self-loathing. Getty is as damaged as Zander and is living in fear of her father and her ex-husband. What she sees in Zander though is brash bravado and it’s not until she start to unpeel his many layers that she begins to realise that he is also running from the demons living inside his own head.

    Side by side, Getty and Zander soon strike up a mutual truce and soon begin to warm to each other. Getty soon finds herself craving Zander’s attention and despite their time together being limited, both comes to realise that their tentative friendship has soon developed into something much more. Working together to heal each other, Zander and Getty are soon in a position to move on with their lives but will they move on separately or together?

    I always find myself falling easily into K Bromberg’s writing style. Whilst I appreciate the love for Rylee and Colton, I think there is merit in her writing side stories and continuing the love for the Driven series. As always, there is angst and stress as we feel the pain inflicted on Getty and Zander but it is always rewarding, in the end! This is definitely another great book which is sure to be a hit.

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