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Then You Happened by K. Bromberg

11 months ago


This book y'all. I could not stop once I started reading it. It hit my right at the start and I was hooked.

This is a story of strength and perseverance that you don't see coming. It completely takes you by surprise and you fall for each and every character. This is not a second chance romance. Not really. not in the sense that every other one you read it. But this is a second chance at finding a love you din't know you could have. It is also a story about fighting for what is yours and not letting the world hit back. This isn't like any other novel we have read from Bromberg and it was exactly what we needed. It has her pizazz and draw from he character and it is also a breath of life in the new year. I cannot wait to read more and hope we get more in this world. Though this is a standalone, a girl can always hope.

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Synopsis:

From New York Times Bestselling author K. Bromberg comes a standalone contemporary romance about trusting fate and finding yourself again. Jack Sutton was the man I didn’t want to need. His know-it-all attitude. His annoying suggestions. His outlook on life. He was determined to help me while I had resolved to figure it out on my own. But he taught me things I’d forgotten. How to trust. How to believe in myself. Who I was. The problem? I went and fell in love with him. --- Tatum Knox was the disaster I should have walked away from. Her ruined reputation. Her failing business. Her chaotic life. She hated me at first sight and yet intrigued me all at the same time. I was only supposed to be there six months. I was supposed to use that time to make amends for things I’d done wrong. Instead I fell in love with her. --- They say it’s better to have loved and lost, than not to have loved at all. Does that hold true when the love is based on a lie to begin with?