I was also a colossal dick.
Until one night turned my world upside down and I suffered unspeakable loss. That event changed the man I was and made me a widowed-single father.
Now I’m a desperate parent trying to raise my special needs son and find him a trustworthy live-in nanny.
Grad student Brooklyn Hayes may be the one, with her single-minded focus on caring for my son and finishing her Master’s degree. She’s the perfect fit for our needs.
Maybe too perfect… with her bright smile, nurturing kindness and gentle touch. Caleb isn’t the only one who’s fallen for her.
I don’t know when or how it happened, but she changed the game for me. Turning my losing streak into a winning second-half.
Game Changer is a Single Dad/Nanny Romance.
Game Changer is a delightful nanny romance. The first book in Sierra Hill's Change of Hearts series, this is a wonderful start to this series.
Garrett's a former NBA player, who's now raising his special needs son and mourning the loss of his wife. This part of the story is tragic for sure. Caleb was injured in the accident that killed his mother.
He's a basketball coach now, and needs a new Nanny. Enter Brooklyn, who was referred to him.
I love Caleb and how well Brooklyn works with him. It makes for some amazingly sweet and tender scenes. I would read it for this alone.
As for Garrett and Brooklyn, the attraction is there and grows stronger every day. They can only ignore their chemistry for so long, as no matter how hard they fight it, they are losing this battle.
My favorite quote is "Sometimes the people we love most cause us the biggest heartaches." Isn't that the truth!
The writing is good, with an easy to read style, and a nice storyline. I enjoy the ups and downs of their journey, as well as the heat between them. It took me a while to totally "feel" the characters and to see that their connection is more than sexual. But by the end, I love it.
I just adore Game Changer. I definitely recommend this Sierra Hill book to fans of sports romances or anyone in the mood for a nanny romance.