Saturday, June 6, 2015

Review: Game Changer Review

Title: Game Changer
Series: Bomb Squad, #3
Author: Melissa Cutler
Publisher: Penguin Group
Release Date: May 19, 2015
Pages: 311
Buy Link: Amazon


Welcome to Destiny Falls, New York, home of Bomb Squad--an ice hockey team full of rugged military heroes. A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity has the team captain packing his bags for greener pastures, but saying good-bye to the woman who'd captured his heart is easier said than done...
After being wounded in combat, Brandon Theroux lives every day like it's his last. He never could have imagined that the sleek mechanics of his prosthetic leg would open so many doors, including minor celebrity status as a fitness model and a well-earned reputation as a rakish playboy. The only door it hasn't opened is the one to Harper Johnson's bedroom.
Harper has too much self-respect to join the ranks of Brandon's "carpe diem" conquests, but when she needs someone to keep the peace in the tavern she owns, Brandon offers his help--as long as she agrees to a very tempting trade. It isn't long before the two realize that a deal struck between friends who can't keep their hands off each other has the potential to be a whole lot hotter than either of them is prepared to handle...

The kind of book is an unpredictable book, and Game Changer would throw you into a frenzy of unexpected situations!

The way this book started, I couldn't imagine how it could possibly go on like a typical romance novel. However, the more I read, the more I fell in love with the characters. It was a slow burn, as true love usually tend to be. I witnessed the characters appreciate each other as human beings, and it was surely something to cherish.

Harper was such an independent woman that she needed no one but herself. I strive to be this kind of woman, but I also fear of loneliness. Harper seemed lonely at times, but Brandon somehow was by her side when she needed him the most.

Brandon was actually younger than Harper and he liked to sleep around just so he could rub it on Harper's face. I didn't realize how sensitive Brandon was until when it counted. The way he repeatedly chanted "You are not alone" almost made me bawl my eyes out when I was reading this book. 

The way Harper blossomed was so beautiful and her friendship with Brandon was something to yearn for. If you like riding an emotional roller coaster when reading a book but still having fun doing it, I would highly suggest this book. 

Read my review of Undefeated here, book 2 of the Bomb Squad series.



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