Once upon a time, Amazon had a fan-fiction website called “Kindle Worlds,” for whatever reason, Amazon shut down the Kindle Worlds website in August 2018. However, while New York Times bestselling author K. Bromberg might be finished writing her Driven and Everyday Heroes series, various authors have signed on to keep them going. They write new stories around the world created by K. Bromberg. These stories live on in this Fan Fiction world.
Dust by D. Frost is part of K. Bromberg’s Driven World and is a stand-alone novel and a second chance romance. It’s a sweet story, nothing over the top, especially given that the main characters are a rockstar and a racecar driver. Still, the author took these two characters in a different more original direction than their stereotypical roles might dictate.
Grady Knight, a Formula One racecar driver, might look like every sexy bad boy but is not; instead, he is a sweet, intelligent, passionate down to earthy hunk whose been in love with one woman since he was sixteen.
Marissa Parrish is naive for being a mega rockstar, but she is also shy, sweet and wants to sing without the celebrity drama.
I enjoyed the story and what the author did with the story and the characters. It’s my first book by this author, and now I’ll have to check out more of her books.
For a decade Marissa Parrish was able to hide the life she left behind. Her band, rock powerhouse Sailor Gray dominated the charts and kept tongues wagging. Not even the biggest Hollywood scandal could pull the queen from her throne. Not until he returned.
Grady Knight always dreamed of being a racecar driver in the Formula series. He lived for it, bled for it. He never imagined achieving his dream would bring a ghost from his past back into his life. He never imagined she’d be the lead singer of one of the world’s biggest bands either. When a chance meeting at a charity event thrusts Marissa back into Grady’s life, nothing is off limits in Hollywood. Not their pasts, or the scandals created by those who wish to tear them apart.