Changing Tides is the second book in the Kill Devil Hills – Series and tells the story of Ellie. She’s Noah’s best friend and Georgies older sister and she’s a Lesbian – or at least so she thought. Until she meets Nate West, a Hollywood Bad Boy out of the books.
“Nate West. Hollywood bad-boy. Television megastar. Womanizer. Basically everything I hate about the male species rolled into one handsome package. And yet…I want him.”
Ellie Turner is a lesbian. She has tattoos, short hair, and a ‘don’t-mess-with-me-attitude.’ She knows who she is, loves who she is, and couldn’t care less what the rest of the world thinks of her. And since she has the most kick-ass best friend on the planet, Noah Clark, even when family drama gets in the way, nothing can offset her happy-go-lucky demeanor.
Until television star Nate West comes along. All thick muscle and alpha-male testosterone. When Ellie meets him on an airplane the only thing Nate West should be good for is a brand new profile picture on Facebook. Right? Wrong. Turns out he’s good for so much more.
This man is going to flip everything Ellie thought she knew about herself upside down.
This book really was a fast-paced read and with 190 pages (Kindle) not really thick. It’s very easy to get into the story due to Sarah’s easy and enjoyable writing style. I really just love how she writes! You actually get to feel what the character is going through and that’s really important to me when reading a book. I have to feel what the character is feeling.
Ellie is really a kickass girl and there’s no way not to like her. She’s amazing and I simply love the way her character was written and how she was made. Her slight sarcasm is just ace and if I was into girls, I definitely would be into her!
Nate…oh Nate. He seems such an adorable guy. Rock hard on the outside but soft inside and still licking the wounds from the past. Sarah also made him very lovable but to me he was missing the special something (that, for example, Noah had). Also I wasn’t too much turned on by the described looks but that’s just very personal preference.
I really enjoyed their story and the feelings, insecurities and happenings between them. It’s so lovely to see how they develop and carry on. Again, personally the story was missing the something special to me that’s why I will give it only 4 Stars, but it’s a very good 4 Stars.
Thank you again Sarah for sending me a copy of this amazing book.