Series: Driven #8
Published by Penguin on October 4th 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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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?
Zander Donovan also known as “The Golden Boy” is spiraling out of control. His family tries their best to save him from utter destruction but they too are unable to get through to him. It takes one disastrous and career-ending conversation with Colton for him to finally realize that things are that serious. This is what kept me tied to this book.
I needed to know what happened to Zander for him to change that drastically and what would it take for him to overcome the circumstances. And what I can say after finishing this book last night is that K. Bromberg played out Zander’s story beautifully. I couldn’t help but feel every emotion that Zander was feeling during his entire ordeal and thought he deserved something “grand.”
“Grand” would be someone like Getty but Getty was in so much more of a dilemma than even Zander was in. At first, I thought that Getty was just a conquest for him but as the story unfolded we could see that their connection was way deeper than that. I couldn’t ask for a better pairing between these two.
Their circumstances were extremely different and at the very same time difficult but you just knew they were meant to meet at that particular time in their lives. I do have to be honest and say that the introduction felt a bit long and drawn out for me but once Getty and Zander let loose… GAH! It was beyond spectacular!
Again, I appreciated the appearance of both Colton and Rylie in this book. The way they raised and nurtured these boys, by all means, was magnificent and it shows with each and every one of their stories.
I loved everything about “Down Shift”. I would definitely recommend this book of self-discovery, forgiveness and of finding love that was destined to last a lifetime.