Change My Mind

Change My Mind

by Elley Arden

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781440568787
Publisher: Adams Media
Publication date: 09/09/2013
Series: Love at Bat , #2
Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
File size: 676 KB

About the Author

Elley Arden is a proud Pennsylvania girl who drinks wine like it’s water (a slight exaggeration), prefers a night at the ballpark to a night on the town, and believes almond English toffee is the key to happiness. Find Elley Arden at ElleyArden.com, on Facebook at Facebook.com/elleyardenauthor, and on Twitter @elleywrites.

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Change My Mind 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed the first book in the Kemmons brothers series, Save My Soul, so I was excited to read Change My Mind, and Arden didn't disappoint! I could relate to Nel, the tiny spitfire, and I liked the reserved but hopeful Grey. They fit together perfectly. I also loved the career justice Nel finds in the end, but I won't give too much away! Some heart-heavy doubt, but no soul-crushing black moment. Give this sweet romance a try!
MelissaByrnes More than 1 year ago
Have you ever just felt, complete, when you are done reading a book? Most of the time I don't. I'm left wanting or waiting or looking up some really bad fanfiction to satisfy my craving for a story I felt was unfinished. In this case, I was completely and utterly satisfied. *This is the part where everyone writes down on the calendar that Melissa had no complaints about a book. It's one for the records, folks. Lol* I had no hard feelings against the plot, I liked all the characters, and I think everything was wrapped up all nice and neat. It was a short warm read and I think I like the Author based solely off of her writing style and vocabulary. The rest is just the cherry on top of my gooey sundae of awesomeness. Oh wait... I do have one complaint. Lol I don't recall being told what decision Rena made about Hot stuff Mcserious pants?! It really has no bearing on the story itself but I was genuinely curious after she made a dramatic exit. Now I suppose I'll never know. * sad face * Nel was great! Feisty and driven and just really, really, likeable. She had a “Whatever, whatever, I'll do what I want!” attitude about her and it was just refreshing. A female lead to relate to and feel proud of. She wasn't whiny and dramatic which we see wayyyyy too much of nowadays, she was just normal and I wanted to hug her. Grey is well, he's Grey. Lol Handsome, talented, guarded, and homey. It sounds really bizarre but as soon as he was introduced, I knew he was all down home and cozy. I just wanted to wrap myself up in his oversized flannel man shirt and snuggle him on the couch while watching television. Most men in literature have very different vibes about them and I don't always relate to them. Sure I want to bed almost all of them (cause apparently I'm a fictional man slut) but they aren't someone I want to go the distance with. >.< No Judging! Lol The best friend, the brothers and the sister in law were all people that were real and down to earth and loveable. I honestly can't say a bad thing about them. I loved the book and I will definitely pick it up and read it again. :)