It was only supposed to be a one night thing…
Will Delaney and Gracie Alexander are little more than acquaintances when fate lands them in same place at the same time. One drunken hookup later, they decide that the best course of action for all involved is to pretend it never happened.
Will’s recently divorced. Gracie’s perennially single.
Upon first glance, they have absolutely nothing in common.
They both agree on one thing: they’re not looking for a relationship.
The only problem is that they can’t seem to stay away from each other.
Can two people who have sworn off love forever find it in the most unexpected place?
About the Author
Alicia Renee Kline has been writing for as long as she can remember. Her work has evolved from scrawling story ideas in spiral notebooks in loopy, middle school handwriting (complete with scribbles) to more professional looking fare via her laptop. She is eternally grateful for the "delete" key, so that no one can tell that she doesn't get everything right the first time. She resides in Northeastern Indiana with her husband, two daughters, two cats and two hamsters. When she isn't being an author, she works full time in the insurance industry.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Changed by Alicia Kline Alicia Renee Kline is new to me. I haven’t read anything by her before. I found that I thoroughly enjoy her style. As I read I could insert myself into the world she created. I enjoyed her style. The story is of these six friends interacting. It is nice to see the growth and changes in all their relationships. Gracie and Will are the single friends of the two married couples – Chris & Blake and Matt & Lauren – and they begin a secret affair and it is sometimes comical how much trouble they go to in order to hide it. I was gifted this book in exchange for an honest review.
My new favorite author! Favorite Quotes: “I hoped he didn’t call my bluff, because I wasn’t convinced that I wouldn’t leap from my chair and do something utterly mortifying, like wrap my arms around his leg and cling to him like there was no tomorrow.” “I was about ten cats and a crocheting project away from becoming a spinster.” “There are a million reasons why this shouldn’t work, but a million and one why it does. And I don’t know about you, but I’m okay with those odds.” My Review: I have a new favorite author – over the weekend I became an instant fan of Alicia Renee Kline, and I want to read everything she has every scribbled, or even thought about scribbling. I adore her humor, word play, clever and witty characters, and mad writing skills. I didn’t realize I was jumping into a series at book number four, that means that I now have to find time to read the first three, as I am drawn to these characters like a magnetic force, and want to know all the secrets and details on each one of them. From page one, Changed was well-written, humorous, absorbing, and addicting. I was already smiling and drawn-in to the tale shortly after beginning. The characters are an eclectic mix of friends and family, and somewhat of a train wreck, but I never stopped rooting for them to pull it together. The story line was entertaining and unique, and when I tried to put my kindle down to go about my life, I continued to contemplate the story and characters, and soon found myself with kindle in hand as they beckoned to me to keep going. Sign me up for a lifetime supply please.