Tuesday, 26 July 2011
Changing the Game
Changing the Game by Jaci Burton
Elizabeth Darnell is one of the best sport agents in the business. She knows how to get the best deals for her clients and how to get them the best PR so that they can get even better deals in their respective sports. What she has never done is get the best for herself in her personal life. She has been in love with her client Gavin Riley for years and she has done everything to make sure he has never known that.
Gavin Riley is a baseball player that because of Elizabeth and her genius PR ability has become very popular as a baseball star. Elizabeth and Gavin share a kiss that has changed the whole dynamics of their relationship. Now Gavin is looking at Elizabeth in a whole new light and enjoying what he is seeing. He always knew she was sexy but he never let it affect him before now. Gavin is seeing a completely different side of Elizabeth, one he never saw before. He is also enjoying the challenge she is presenting him with.
Gavin and Elizabeth are playing a game and if they are not careful they might both lose this one. The attraction between them now that it has been let lose is heating up very quickly and if they are not careful they will both get burned. The new relationship they are suddenly finding themselves in is not going to be easy as there are those that would rather see them fail than for Gavin and Elizabeth to find the happiness they just might have a chance at. Only time is going to tell if they are going to win this game they have found themselves in or if they will face the ultimate loss. If they are not careful their professional relationship will end up blowing up in their faces.
This is another excellent story by this author. The story line is fresh and the story comes alive as each page is turned. The characters are well written and human with all the fallacies that normal people face in real life. Reading as the characters navigate the relationship that they find themselves in is amazing and will keep the reader drawn into the story until the very end. This is part of a series but can be read as a stand alone though the reader would get more of out the story by reading the first one first. This just wets the appetite of the reader so that they will be clamoring for the next one in this series. This is worth picking up and reading.
I give this one 5 red roses
Posted by Anne Herries Author at 13:21