Friday, January 17, 2014

Title: Game Changer
Series: Hell's Saints Motorcycle Club
Author: Paula Marinaro
Rating: 5 Shooting Stars

“That place is what we call a game changer, sweetheart. If there comes a time you when you need that place, everything about your life will have to change.”

 When Raine Winston walked into the Hells Saints Compound, she was desperately seeking a safe haven. What she found instead was Diego Montesalto, a mountain of muscle and the man she had driven all night to escape from. The last thing Diego ever expected to see walking through the doors of the Saints clubhouse was Raine. The beautiful, brave woman who he had just spent the night drinking and sexing off his mind. Diego and Raine. This is their story. Raw. Complicated. A love story filled with murder, mayhem, intrigue, and the Happily Ever After. 

 Warning: Strong language, explicit sex.

Game Changer begins when Raine walks into her sister's apartment to find some biker guys holding guns to her and her boyfriends head. She's known that her sister's boyfriend was trouble, and she knows she needs to get help for her sister as well. But she never would have thought that it was this bad. Especially after she feels like she fixed the problem with the bikers but then things get bad so she goes the motorcycle club compound she's was told to go to when she got into trouble. And once there she never expected to find the man she found. This leads us into a whole world of crazy, drama, heartbreak, and suspense! 

Game Changer has a whole lot of stuff going on in it. I didn't feel it was just a romance about love. It was more than that, and it showed starts of just more than two people's story as well. We read many different point of views in the book, and that helps us to understand things a whole lot better. I really loved this book, it was totally amazing! I loved Raine. She's one kickass sister.. I loved all of the characters really, and I hope to see some of them get their own books as well. 

 What I really liked about this book was that it wasn't just about Raine finding a man. It was about that an a whole lot more. It was about a girl who gets a family. And not just that she deals with things from her past, and from her man's past as well. Then there is the fact that she has a sister that comes along with her, and they find a new friend to latch onto along the way. This book was filled with so much stuff sometimes it felt like several different stories all into one. But I wouldn't have had it any other way. The book was amazing, and I truly loved it!


by Whitney Martin 7:25 PM 2 comments

2 comments :

  1. Thanks Whitney! I'm glad you liked the book!

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    1. Thanks so much for writing it! :) Lol I loved it!

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