Saturday, July 11, 2015

Review: Changed by Alicia Renee Kline

Title: Changed by Alicia Renee Kline 
Publication Date: April 7th, 2015
Paperback/Hardcover: 210
Genre:  Romance 
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The daughter of an alcoholic single mother, Asia Blue learned young that if she wanted to survive, she’d have to take care of herself. Tough and independent, she never encountered a challenge she couldn’t conquer…until Asia discovered she was a were-lynx. Befriending sexy fellow were-lynx Conrad Pike and finding a colony helped her adjust to the startling revelation and get through college.
 Now an investigative reporter, Asia faces an entirely different sort of problem when her mother goes missing and she suspects the mysterious Nexus Group…who seem determined to wipe out her colony. She reaches out to Conrad, now an investment banker and serial heartbreaker, for assistance, and they must once again join forces to save their tribe—and her mother.
Will this strong-minded duo risk opening up their hearts and owning up to their long-simmering attraction?It was only supposed to be a one night thing…
Will Delaney and Gracie Alexander are little more than acquaintances when fate lands them in same place at the same time. One drunken hookup later, they decide that the best course of action for all involved is to pretend it never happened.
Will’s recently divorced. Gracie’s perennially single.
Upon first glance, they have absolutely nothing in common.
They both agree on one thing: they’re not looking for a relationship.
The only problem is that they can’t seem to stay away from each other.
Can two people who have sworn off love forever find it in the most unexpected setting?

I have received this book as part of a blog tour in exchange of an honest review.
I haven’t read the previous books in this series but that wasn’t a big issue since you can read this book as a standalone.
I really liked Gracie. She’s a strong, determined and spunky character. Will is great as well. He’s brooding and quiet but extremely complex, as well.
I enjoyed reading about the Will’s fears and the development of this relationship with Gracie. This is a really good romance, which developed at a nice pace and kept me very entertained.
I think I’ll soon go back and read the other books in the series!

Rating: Somewhere between Worth Your Time and Must Read (4 Stars)

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