Game Changer – Book Review #12 (2021)

Title: Game Changer

Author: Sierra Hill

Series: #1 of Change of Hearts

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Goodreads synopsis:

Up until two years ago, I was living large and my life’s priorities were anchored to three things – my NBA stardom, money and celebrity.

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.

My rating: 🌟🌟🌟.5

This is a single dad and nanny romance, so if you’re into that, this might interest you.

On this story, we have Garrett and his 4 year old (not sure) son Caleb. Their old nanny retired and needed to hire a new one asap. Here comes Brooklyn a grad student looking for a summer job.

I wanted to love this book so much but there’s just too many things that didn’t work for me. I only love one character on this book and that’s the young child Caleb. Caleb is soooo cute and just tugs at my heart. I love him to bits and the only sunshine while reading this book.😍

The main couple’s chemistry is believable but the reason for it? Attraction at first sight. The push and pull that they were doing all throughout the book was soooo frustrating.

Time skips are deal breakers for me especially ‘after a month’ kind of trick. The pseudo conflict that was fixed on its own and a one dimensional villain that didn’t add anything on the story.

I still love some parts of the book especially the sweet moments with Caleb. Caleb saved my rating for this book.👍


My go-to books are adult contemporary romance. I have lots of books under this genre and I will try to make a dent on them this year.👊

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