The Game Changer

The Game Changer

by Megan Ryder
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The Game Changer 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
nelriv More than 1 year ago
Received an ARC for my fair review for netgalley. I had previously read this book, ,but did not remember it til I started reading, it was o.k., Both Dylan and Savannah has family issues. and when you read about it, it is understandable. Dylan is a loner and thinks everyone wants something from him, and normally they do, but Savannah doesn't. Now Savannah, had bad experiences and deals mostly with dogs, so that is how she meet Dylan and they start to spend time together. Ofcourse problems arise, and feelings are hurt but they get thru it.
Marichus-Real More than 1 year ago
Savannah is committed to dog rescue. She can’t thing about a dog suffering. However, she suffers a lot because she is unable to save all of them. Dylan is a baseball player whose contract is about to finish and he doesn’t know yet what is going to happen with him. He lives a solitary life until Sadie and Savannah appear in his life. I’m not really a fan of sports romance but I have to tell that this book surprised me. For the first time, the player is not a man full of ego but a down to earth one. He looks hard and lonely but in fact, he is just coping with his promise, consisting this in not to form a family till his player life ends. He doesn’t want to drag anybody to the different places he will be sent to play as his father did with his family. However, this change after he is chosen by Sadie to be her human. I liked how the author writes about the animals’ behavior and love for their humans. I loved the interaction between Cody and Savannah, it made me laugh. I liked the two sisters, Dylan’s and Savannah’s. They look very immature with not very good actions and behaviours but in fact, they love their siblings and in their way they protect them. I would have liked to see what happened the night they spend together, I think it would have been an added point for the story. I voluntarily reviewed a gifted copy of this book.
grandmareads102 More than 1 year ago
The Game Changer is a satisfying romance that left me smiling. I loved how Dylan Prosser lost his heart to two ladies - his rescue dog and Savannah Monroe, a passionate animal rescuer. Dylan keeps to himself. His childhood always centered around his father's baseball career. Now that he's a player for the Knights, he won't make the same mistakes. Which is why he won't marry and have a family until he retires from the game. Savannah's life revolves around her rescues. They give her life a purpose. She is compensating for her rough childhood. When she agrees to help Dylan with his puppy, Sadie, they form a bond that is immediate and powerful. As they grow closer, I could feel the love and passion and their romance pulled me in. Since I'm a great baseball fan, I enjoyed the setting. Knights baseball is addictive. Megan Ryder not only wrote a touching romance but she educated me about the pain and joy of animal rescue. The Knights of Passion series is keeping me entertained. A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirement for a review. I voluntarily read this book and my comments are my honest opinion.
Thi More than 1 year ago
I loved how Dylan and Savannah related to each other. They both have trust issues and there was one hiccup but I loved that they didn't let it go too long. I hope we get to see more of Cody. There is depth to him and would love to see more.
Laura_F More than 1 year ago
The Game Changer is book three in Knights series but definitely can be read as a standalone. Dylan is a Major League catcher for the Georgia Knights. He's trying his best to ensure that he gets his contract renewed at the end of the season so he doesn't need any distractions. When an abandoned dog finds her way to Dylan's house, he takes her to the local shelter because he just doesn't have the time for a pet. It's here that he meets Savannah, dog rescue owner. Savannah is passionate about dogs and is in the process of expanding her rescue business. When Savannah convinces Dylan to keep the dog, he enlists her help in taking of her. These two have off the charts chemistry but can they let go the trust issues they have to pursue something great with each other? From the very beginning of this story, I was hooked and couldn't put it down. There was a little heat, a little angst, and parts that had me laughing out loud. The characters are well developed and had amazing chemistry. This story had the perfect mix of sports and dog rescue. I love that this story raised awareness about shelters and fostering!! I loved all of the side characters that were introduced in this book. I'm definitely looking forward to Cody's story!!!
BookSnuggle More than 1 year ago
The Game Changer (Knights of Passion series Book 3) by Megan Ryder This is Savannah Monroe and all-star catcher Dylan Prosser's story. Savannah and Dylan are brought together by a dog that had been abandoned and abused. Dylan doesn't want a dog or a relationship. He wants to put all his focus on his baseball career. Savannah isn't ready for another relationship and wants to concentrate on expanding her dog rescue business. Well, things don't always go according to our plans especially when animals are involved. Savannah and Dylan's characters were so much fun. I loved how they interacted with each other. We can't forget Sadie. She is a sweet and cute dog! The chemistry between Dylan and Savannah is so sweet and intense! Now, Sadie has done her part. Will Dylan and Savannah do their part and realize how perfect they are for each other? This is my favorite book of the Knights of Passion series. I loved it! FYI, contains mature content. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
Megan Ryder took her best shot and scored one for the home team. The Game Changer took hold of my heart and has yet to let go. The character that left the greatest impact was Savannah. The woman with a huge heart but a battered soul spoke to me. Instead of focusing on her own hurts, she set her sights on helping others (of the four legged variety). Helping animals gave her a sense of peace and purpose that she had long done without. Will an adorable stray help her find the love she's craved for so long? I fell so in love with the main characters. The fact that the story had a background centered on sports proved completely irrelevant.