Friday, September 18, 2020

Blog Tour: Florting With 40 by K.Bromberg

Blakely Foxx is about to turn the big 4-0 and Slade Henderson thinks she's hotter because of it.

Flirting with 40 by K. Bromberg is now live! 

An all new flirty, lighthearted, standalone romance by New York Times bestselling author K. Bromberg guaranteed to make you swoon.

Blakely Foxx is having one of those years.

Her divorce may have been finalized a few months ago, but her ex is already engaged to someone half her age. Her younger boss is determined to sabotage her chance at getting the promotion she rightly deserves. And to make matters worse, she's closing in on the big 4-0. There isn't enough wine or ice cream in the world to convince her things will turn around.

When Blakely meets Slade Henderson, she's left wondering why an early-thirties, hotter than hell, cardiothoracic surgeon would take an interest in her.

She's been warned that he'll break her heart, but she's willing to take the chance. Not only is he helping her get that promotion, but in the process, he's encouraging her to find the parts of herself she's lost over the past few years.

Slade shows her that good guys really do exist, but who knew the hardest part about turning forty would be realizing the man you thought was a rebound, is actually your happily ever after?

5 Stars
Review by Jen Skewes

I loved this book.  It is an age gap romance that is fun, flirty, sweet and with a hero that will completely make you swoon.  My goodness, Slade will make you fall in love from the very moment you meet him.  He will make you swoon and your heart melt every step of the way.  

Blakely is recently divorces, pushing 40 and praying that she gets the promotion she not only wants really bad but also deserves.  There is just one thing standing in her way, a young, mean boss who is out together her.  Then she meets Slade Henderson at a bar one night, and so much of her life changes after that.  Slade is hot, longer snd a cardothoracic surgeon.    At first she has no interest in this guy who sits right next to her, until she turns to look at him and sees how hot he is.  But it isn't just about his looks.  It's the connection that she feels with him. How for some reason she finds herself rambling on and on about how bad her week is.  I think it is her rambling that intrigues Slade the most.  When he goes outside to take a phone call, Blakely uses it as her way of escaping.  It's not that she doesn't like Slade, but he's young and gorgeous and se has no idea why he would be interest in her.  But fate steps in and brings the two of them together again.  Slade comes to her rescue once and then offers his help again.  Offering to accompany heron a work retreat.  A 5 day trip in the woods with the people she works with, sharing a cabin, pretending that they are dating, and anything can happen.  

I loved this book.  I know, I am repeating myself.  But I devoured this book in one sitting.  I have always loved Ms. Bromberg's writing.  She has always managed to capture me from the start and this book is no different.  But what I loved is the fun flintiness of this story..  Slade is the guy that just seems to good to be true. He is hot, young, flirty, sweet, and kind and the things he does for Blake will melt your heart.  He is just the perfect guy.  He knows just what to say or do to completely melt your heart.  

Blakely is that heroine that you can relate to on so many levels.  After divorcing her husband who is now with much younger woman, her confidence is completely shot.  She feel like she has no business being with a guy like Slade.  But hat I loved about her is her willingness to open herself up to him, in more ways than one.  He desire to truly find herself, after being in a marriage where she seemed to have lost her way.  She had flaws and they were ones that everyone can relate to.  

Slade and Blake were perfect together.  Slade had his own career issues at the moment.  and being a resident means he has no time for relationships.  Blake is afraid of falling in love gain.  But together they navigate whatever it is between them.  Not one part of them being together felt like a show that they were putting on for someone else.  Every part of them felt so real and that is what I loved about them.  There were moments when I did get a little choked up and it was because of the words and sentiments that were written.  It was how much these two fell for each other but were to afraid to admit it.  I loved when you can feel the connection between two people, when everything about their love just feels genuine and real.  And most of all I love Slade and Blakely.  Fantastic read!!!

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“The way I look at it, you owe me one.” His voice is just loud enough for me to hear over the din of the restaurant.

“I owe it to you?” I sputter.

Mm-hm.” He nods resolutely as he puts more space between us, and my lungs find a way to breathe. “You ran out the other night without giving me a chance. I could be the best thing that ever happened to you—platonic or otherwise—and you might have missed that opportunity if we hadn’t run into each other on the street this afternoon.”

Or otherwise?

He’s talking nonsense but is doing it so convincingly that I try to talk myself out of what he’s successfully talking me in to. “I don’t—”

“Does my age unnerve you?” he asks.

“Your age doesn’t matter.”

“Exactly.” He smirks. “So, why are you making it matter?” 

I walked right into that one.

“We’re at different phases of our lives. You’re in your residency. I’m a divorcĂ©e with baggage—”

“Everyone has baggage. It just looks different from person to person.” He leans back in his chair. “What are you afraid of? Getting to know someone new? Taking a chance? Stepping outside of the box for once? Finding yourself again?”

His words root deep into me and take hold. “I appreciate you trying . . . but we’ll never pull it off.”

“Yes, we could.”

“No one would ever believe it.”

“Quit letting them—whoever they are—put you in a mold, Blakely. Make your own damn mold. You might surprise yourself in the process.” His dimples deepen, and his eyes are as unwavering as his resolve. 

“How do I know you aren’t some Ted Bundy in waiting?”

His laugh is throaty and rich and draws the stares of those around us. “I’m in the business of saving lives, not taking them.” He takes a sip of his beer. “Next excuse?”

“I’m . . .” I’m at a loss, and a small thrill of adrenaline shoots through me. This isn’t something I’d ever do, and yet, the idea of it is invigorating, almost freeing. I chew the inside of my cheek as I contemplate agreeing to Slade’s crazy scheme.

“What do you say?”

Say yes.

“It isn’t a crime for a younger man to think an older woman is attractive.”

I bite my bottom lip as the smile creeps around it. 

He is drop-dead handsome.

“We go as friends. I help you out. No strings attached.”

The answer is yes.

“When’s the last time you threw caution to the wind? When’s the last time you did something unexpected no matter how small?” he asks. 

It’s always yes. 

“I can’t believe I’m saying this,” I mutter.

“Saying what?” 

“Fine. Yes. Okay.”

Meet Kristy

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. The easiest way to stay up to date on new releases and upcoming novels is to sign up for her newsletter ( or follow her on Bookbub (

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