Friday, 31 March 2017

REVIEW - Changing Tides (Kill Devil Hills #2) by Sarah Darlington

The Book
Release Date: 16 March 2015
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For years Ellie Turner's had a crush on the ruggedly handsome, beast of a man, television actor, Nate West. This isn't your average 'fan-girl crush' either, it's borderline obsessive, and totally inconvenient since, other than this one exception, Ellie's always been strictly into girls. But it doesn't matter...because Nate doesn't exist in real life. In real life Ellie has her own issues to worry about, including the death of her brother, the recent suicide attempt of her sister, and then there's always her annoying roommate Rhett to contend with.

Nate West isn't looking to start a new relationship. He's still heartbroken over the last girl who ripped out his insides, still learning how to manage his new-found fame, and, frankly, not even sure what time-zone he's in. His life is so full of stress, the last thing he wants is more of it.

So when Nate and Ellie meet on an airplane, nothing life changing should have come from it. But "sometimes in life--very rarely, I might add--you meet someone and you know instantly they're going to mean something special to you."

Recommended for 18+. F/M scenes only. Changing Tides can be read as a standalone, but is recommended to be read second in Sarah Darlington's KILL DEVIL HILLS Series.

My Opinion  4 STARS

**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

I actually really liked this book, although i would say Ellie is bisexual and not a lesbian.

I was glad that Ellie gets a story, however, changing her sexual orientation may be taken badly by other readers and I'm not sure how real this seems. 

I loved that Ellie stayed true to the person that she is and that she gave as good as she got back to Nate, but i think that she gave in a little too easily and there was not enough in regards to mixed feelings as to why this was the only man that she felt any attraction too.
I look forward to reading the rest of this series.

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