“A Change In Tide is a beautiful love story touching on real life problems and honest emotions. Barker has a wonderful way with words that keeps us wanting more. This book is definitely at the top of my list of favorite reads for 2017!” -author RB Hilliard
“A Change In Tide will make you hurt, make your heart race in empathy, and then put you back together again!” -author CP Smith
Her existence safely contained to the small cottage on the lake, she is unprepared for the neighbor that moves across the bay
A career-ending injury has Jared permanently benched. His reputation as The Enforcer won’t survive the unanticipated responsibilities awaiting him.
Away from the public eye, he adjust to his new reality, under the quiet observation of the intriguing hermit on the other side of the water.
I was pleasantly surprised when I read this book. It came to me in yet another book funk and captured my attention from page one. I loved how the job of Mia in fact helped her out of her “funk” I don’t want to spoiler the plot, so you have to live with this vague explanation.
Her job is more than unusual for a heroine in romance books, but I loved it. I loved everything about how it was portrayed, even more so when I think of the changes her job field has to undergo in Germany right now. It is hard here for people with her job and maybe, just maybe if more people would read this book and see how much she helped others it would change for the better.
That being said I really liked the writing style, since it made it easy to follow the story while, at the same time, being challenging enough to not fly through the book. The characters were very well portrayed and their development throughout the book was astonishing. They went from selfish to caring, from scared to powerful and finally from self-centered to loving. It was awesome to see how much goodness really was in them and I would love to see more of them in further books featuring other characters.
All in all it was an enjoyable reading experience that pulled me out of my funk and made me want to read more from this author.