A Change of Plan

A Change of Plan

by Melanie Jayne

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A Change of Plan by Melanie Jayne

It was supposed to be casual.

I never wanted a relationship but I keep coming back for more. When Osi Browne looks at me, I know that he is waiting for the right moment to demand my surrender so I take off when things get too real.

Ramsay Kent is elusive and I enjoy the chase, but I'm tired of waiting. The woman has a life plan but mine is better for her, me and for us.

The lovers are resourceful, successful, and very stubborn. Who will give in first?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940159020512
Publisher: Big Dog Publishing
Publication date: 02/27/2018
Series: Change Series , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 489 KB

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A Change of Plan 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
stanhope3234 More than 1 year ago
3.5* Osiris Browne knew when he met Ramsey Kent that she was the one, but Ramsey was not going to be caught. She did everything to talk herself out of loving Osi including running away when her feelings got to deep. When you start a relationship with no strings and no questions things are bound to get tricky. Osi knows Ramsey is hiding secrets that he can’t convince her to tell. Ramsey hold a tight rope on her emotions and her past, no one would understand or forgive for what she’s done, nor does she deserve more from life. Osi is one very hot and sex as hell alpha male his and Ramsey’s chemistry is off the charts and totally smoking hot. Ramsey is very smart a driven in her business but inside she’s a troubled soul. I loved Osi but not so much Ramsey, it took her almost two thirds of the book until I started to see her as a strong and likable character. I had a bit of a hard time getting into this book. At times it didn’t flow well and it jumped in the story line from day to day and left me thinking there should of been more. I’m glad I read this book because I loved the last third of the story.