Review of Change My Mind (Kemmons Brothers Baseball #2) by Elley Arden

Change My Mind

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Book Length (Est.): 170 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

Nothing is going to stop Nel Parker from raising her fledgling real estate agency to the top of the heap. When she returns two dogs to a million-dollar mansion with a dumpster in the driveway, she thinks the house is her lucky break. But the owner turns out to be a moody professional baseball player with a complicated agenda of his own, leaving Nel to fear her plans for real estate domination are doomed.

Centerfielder Grey Kemmons is spending the off-season renovating the house he inherited from his father. It’s a miserable job, but he’s doing it anyway – because somebody has to pay back the money his father stole. When a spitfire of a woman in a surprisingly attractive package shows up wanting to list the house, he agrees to pacify her with a tour, never expecting the mutually beneficial business relationship that ensues.

As weeks go by, business turns to pleasure with Nel and Grey believing the temporary nature of their time together will protect their hearts. Too bad nothing can protect them or prepare them for love.

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received this book free from Barclay Publicity in exchange for an honest review*

Grey wants to right a wrong. He started on the road to amends when he made up with his brother, Jordan, but there’s still one thing he feels responsible for and he needs to make it right, make up for the past. The last thing he needs is complications while doing so.

Hello, Complicated!

Nel has no interest in the man who owns the house. She’s only interested in selling it and will do whatever is necessary to get him to let her. It would propel her to where she wants to be on the real estate ladder and in doing so it would also be like sweet revenge toward her ex.

There’s only one problem. No matter how badly he wants to sell, Grey’s house is nowhere ready to go on the market and he’s got limited time available to get it that way. Add in Mel, her overprotective brothers, and lunch breaks that cross boundaries into heartwarming territory and you have Change My Mind. It’s a sweet and fun read that holds your attention and begs you to finish before setting it down.

My Favorite Moment: A moment Mel’s brother walk in on. The timing was hilarious and so is her brother’s reaction. Gotta love brothers! 

Jenn 4 Heart

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.


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