#CoverReveal | HARD TO HANDLE by K Bromberg @KBrombergDriven (June 30th 2020) @valentine_pr_

Hard to Handle, book one in the Hard series, an all new series of standalone books by New York Times bestselling author, K, Bromberg, is coming June 30, 2020!

Cover Designer: Helen Williams
Cover Photographer: Rafa G. Catala
Model: Emilio Alcaraz

At first, the request seemed simple—sign a new athlete to the agency.
Then I found out the new athlete was none other than the most wanted man in hockey today: Hunter Maddox

Gifted. Sexy. At the top of his game. And the only man who has ever broken my heart.
If signing him will help save our family business, I’ll swallow my pride and do what’s asked.

But when it becomes clear his uncharacteristic antics off the ice are a hint of something deeper, keeping things strictly professional between us becomes more than complicated.

But I know better than to cross that line.

I’ll never date a client. Not even for him.

Win the Stanley Cup and do it before time runs out.

Not a small feat, but it’s what’s motivated me since the start of my career.

And time is running out.

Enter Dekker Kincade.

Feisty. Dogged. Damn gorgeous. The one I let get away.

I have no idea why she’s traveling with the team, but hell if resisting her is going to be easy.

But I have a job to do, and I refuse to lose sight of that end game. Even if she confuses me. Even if she sees parts of me I’ve hidden from the world.

I can’t lose focus. Not even for her.

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Meet K. Bromberg:

New York Times Bestselling author K. Bromberg writes contemporary romance 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 and her mind scattered in too many different directions.

Since publishing her first book on a whim in 2013, Kristy has sold over one and a half million copies of her books across eighteen 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 the streaming platform, Passionflix, with the first movie (Driven) out now.

With her imagination always in overdrive, she 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.

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#MiniReviewMonday | #MovieMonday | DRIVEN mini tv series aired 2018 by Passionflix @PassionFlix | Original story by K Bromberg @KBrombergDriven

Today we have a little something different for you, not a mini book review a tv mini-series review. Enjoy!


Colton Donavan lives on that razor-thin edge toward out of control. Whether it’s on the track or off of it, everything he wants is at his fingertips: success, willing women, media attention. Everything that is, but Rylee. She’s the exception this reckless bad boy can’t seem to win over. Her heart is healing. His soul is damaged. They both know the two of them could never work. But he crashes into her life without apology-disrupting her world, testing her boundaries, and uncovering the darkness of her past. Their chemistry is undeniable. Their attraction is magnetic. Their ability to help each other heal obvious. And even though he won’t let her in, there’s something about Colton she can’t walk away from. This is the beginning of their story. Their fight. Their perfectly imperfect love.


The Driven series by K Bromberg is a must read for any fan of contemporary romance. You want a handsome, bad boy with plenty of charm and a strong female lead with oozes of confidence, then the story of Colton Donovan and Rylee Thomas is just what you need. 

I originally came across the series as an audiobook, because here at The P Turners we love books in any shape or form. It was whilst listening to the audiobook and later reading the novel on my Kindle that the streaming site PassionFlix started to advertise their mini series of the first novel. As mentioned we love books in all formats, so when PassionFlix announced the release of a number of novels to be turned into films or a mini series, this avid reader was beyond excited.

Book adaptations have been around for years, some not always good, others exceeding expectations. But for a book lover, especially one as critical as me, seeing how the story of Colton and Rylee played out on screen was a temptation I could not resist. Once I had finished reading I just had to watch. 

Of course if you love a novel, there is always going to be some elements of the screen adaptation that you’re not 100% happy with, are the characters represented well, is the storyline compelling, is there chemistry between our lead actors? All these things that go on in the back of your mind whilst you devour someone else’s interpretation of a book. Because that is what this is, an interpretation of what someone else has taken from the same book you’ve read. 

As with any form of media, we each take a different experience from what we’re consuming, see different representations and meanings behind a piece of art that the creator, in this case the author, has a totally different view off. In this case we’re seeing play out the tale of two characters that as a reader we’ve taken into our hearts, held them close and gone on this rollercoaster journey with.

I loved PassionFlix’s work on the mini series, bringing to life the steamy, undeniable chemistry between head strong characters and making them seem even more real. Sure we now this isn’t reality, just two actors pretending, but the test is in making the audience feel like it’s real. As much as there were parts of the book missing, as there always will be, here is a show that managed to pull me in, make me want to see this passionate relationship play out and fall slightly in love even more with the characters and actors. 

One thing you can’t deny with any PassionFlix film or series, they take our favourite contemporary romance novels and where other adaptations may skip over the scenes we all love so much, it’s safe to say we get don’t get any rubbish fade to black or cut away here. Now that contemporary romance is the mainstream, we can finally enjoy all our favourite steamy romance novels in more ways than one. 


You can find more information regarding Driven on the series website Driven Website

To join Passionflix please visit their website Passionflix Website

Alternatively individual episodes can be purchased on Amazon for certain countries Amazon UK Amazon US

Have you seen the Driven series? Or do you recommend any other series for us to watch? Let us know in the comments below!