Changing the Game (A Play-by-Play Novel) [Jaci Burton] on *FREE * shipping on qualifying offers. An erotic new game from the New York Times. An erotic new game from the New York Times bestselling author of The Perfect Play. Sports agent Liz Darnell will do anything to win back her number-one. Changing the Game – Jaci Burton When I first read this book, I put it down and skimmed to the end but then I felt like I should finish it for a review.
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I began this review with a quote so I think it only fitting that I wrap it up with one as well.
I think I learned a thing or two about agents, and how hard Liz must have worked to achieve success at a young age I thought there was a bit more fame and reminder of what happened in the last book right off, and I would have liked to not have that all at once in the first chapter. Sometimes I just wanted to haul off and slap him!
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Play-By-Play Book 1 Details. Wow Gavin really knows what to say to a woman “I think you’re worth fighting for, Elizabeth.
It totally felt out of character for Elizabeth to gzme home with Gavin and sleep with him on impulse just because he suddenly came on to her.
Although I had loved Mick in his story I did get a bit burfon with how he continued to treat Liz even though she had apologised countless times A young Liz saw first hand what a controlling man her parent’s miserable marriage could do to a woman’s spirit and she vowed agme no man would ever have control over her or her heart.
So this is basically lots of porn without plot not really surprised since this is eroticacompletely trash, but exactly what I needed now. Changing the Game had good dialogue, developed characters, and a decent plot. I didn’t think for one second that he ever treated her as a one-night stand, or a fling. He could have ruined this book. The last part of the book was rushed in terms of their relationship tbh, but oh well. Does Gavin even know what he wants?
View all 45 comments. Lexi’s definitely not his type, but she’s also the first one to ever truly see him and not just another rich, dirty Price. Liz has to learn to trust in love, and that love can be caring, as well as jaco her the freedom to be who she wants to be….
You do not want to have your co-workers wondering why you’re biting your lip and making weird noises. In fact, Changing the Game might very well be my favorite romance that she has written to date but I do reserve the right to alter this opinion when Taking a Shot is released next year.
View all 13 comments. Oliver used to torment Naomi when they were children, and as a ridiculously attractive adult, he’s tormenting her in entirely different ways. View high res cover image.
Review – Changing the Game by Jaci Burton
I think JB was trying to make him light hearted but it just didn’t come across, then I thought she was going t I had burtn great things about Jaci Burton and thought I would pick up this book and give it a read. Well, almost all the characters. Our Authors See all Authors.
And that star I added for great sexy times However, I absolutely loved the conflict of the last third of the book. Or was it really?
Seemed kind of depressing that view spoiler [ these characters were having so much more sex than me! And the playboy millionaire And when love unexpectedly enters the field, neither is ready for the biggest game changer of them all.
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Next time I am in the mood for some light, no brain needed smutty reading time, I will read the next in this series that I already have waiting for me. I have this book a weak 3 stars and honestly if it had carried on like the first part of the book it would have been a 1 star.
Will his family namely his brother Mick who still hasn’t forgiven Liz make things difficult for them to have a relationship? Her life is her work, and she defines herself and measures her worth by her success.
She loves when people cross the street to get away from her. Playing by the rules isn’t for everyone