Driven (The Driven Trilogy) Themes & Motifs

K. Bromberg
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Sexual Desire

Sexual desire is at the center of Driven from beginning to end. Although she is not an overtly sexual person and has not had a relationship since her fiance, Max, died two years earlier -- in fact, Max is the only man she has ever slept with -- her body reacts immediately when she meets Colton. The attraction is not just the fact that he is extremely handsome and well built, but he also exudes an air of arrogance that she finds both repulsive and irresistible. Colton fans the flames by making it clear from their first encounter that he intends to have her, and their verbal sparring only causes things to heat up more.

The book's sex scenes are very explicit, making it clear that both Colton and Rylee are helpless when it comes to resisting each other. Although Rylee continually maintains that she...

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