( This review is based on the ARC provided by the publisher via Net Galley)
The Game Changer is a sexy romantic story by Beth Orsoff. This was my first time reading a book by Beth and I found that I enjoyed her writing style, but I found that there was nothing new or unique in the book. I loved the hilarious situations that Samantha and Jake landed themselves in. The chemistry between Jake and Samantha was good and I enjoyed the dual point of view which allowed you to see what going through both their minds. The character of Jake was a cliche with the playboy finding his perfect partner, but I loved that attention to detail with Samantha's character especially the way she obsesses over small things. Beth had written Whitney's character very well because I found myself getting annoyed with her and I wanted to shake her each time she made everything about herself. This was a good romantic comedy with fun moments to help take your mind of all worries.
Samantha Hallen is a divorce attorney who due to her job has a very poor view on love, therefore she doesn't want to get married. On the night of her sister's bachelorette party, Samantha gets drunk and flirts with Jake Jens end.
Jake Jensen is sports agent who enjoys sex, but doesn't believe in love or marriage. Jake meets Samantha at a club and he can't seem to get her off his mind. By the luck of fate he meets her again as his clients new divorce lawyer. After meeting Samantha again and realizing she is not interested, Jake decides to chase her.
Jake and Samantha are both after sex only, but they might end up with their hearts getting involved.