A Change of View by Freya Barker Review

Title: A Change of View

Series: Northern Lights #2

Author: Freya Barker

ISBN: 9781988733074

Genre & Tags: Contemporary Romance, Divorce, Older MC, Small Town

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Synopsis: What if one morning you look in the mirror and no longer recognize the person looking back?

When Leelo can no longer identify herself by the roles that once defined her, it’s both terrifying and liberating. Oh, she feels the loss, the grief, and then the anger, but when she inherits property up north, she jumps at the promise of freedom and independence.

Yet not everyone in her new community is what they seem, starting with the surly mountain man down the road.

As owner of the local fishing lodge, Roar is content with his everyday life. And the older he gets, the less he appreciates change. So when a blue-haired, tattooed ‘city girl’ moves into the old motel, shaking up his daily routine, he’s none too pleased.

Still, something about the woman’s easy smile and almost reckless grit has him step up as her keeper.

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All it takes is the ghost of a smile and her voice to sustain me

Freya Barker, A Change of View

Pages: 166

My Rating: ★★★★☆

Review: This one has more of the small-town vibes I was expecting from the first book in the series (can be read as a stand-alone). There are still plenty steamy moments though not as many.

Leelo is a fun character I enjoyed reading about. She’s very engaging and relatable. It was enjoyable though not very exciting following her relationship with the aptly named Roar as they come together and soothe the aches from each others past.

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Synopsis and book cover from Goodreads. Photos from my Instagram @elainehowlin_

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