Thursday, July 25, 2019

Game Changer by Sierra Hill Release Blitz


Up until two years ago, I was living large and my life’s priorities were anchored to three things – my NBA stardom, money and celebrity.

I was also a colossal dick.

Until one night turned my world upside down and I suffered unspeakable loss. That event changed the man I was and made me a widowed-single father.

Now I’m a desperate parent trying to raise my special needs son and find him a trustworthy live-in nanny.

Grad student Brooklyn Hayes may be the one, with her single-minded focus on caring for my son and finishing her Master’s degree. She’s the perfect fit for our needs.

Maybe too perfect… with her bright smile, nurturing kindness and gentle touch. Caleb isn’t the only one who’s fallen for her.

I don’t know when or how it happened, but she changed the game for me. Turning my losing streak into a winning second-half.

Game Changer is a Single Dad/Nanny Romance.

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Book 1
Buy Links

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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Sarah☆☆☆☆
This is the sweet story of a man who falls hard for his nanny. Single dad Garrett lost his wife two years ago – in an accident which left his son with a traumatic brain injury. Caring for Caleb is a full-time job and as a successful college basketball coach, Garrett can’t manage without a live-in nanny. When Garrett hires Brooklyn, a graduate student studying child psychology, he doesn’t know what to do with the attraction he feels for his nanny.

Yes, man falling for nanny is a fairly tired storyline. I think it’s actually Brooklyn who makes the story feel a bit more fresh. She’s driven and focused and keeps her boundaries clear. I’m not sure I completely liked Brooklyn – she’s a little bit too perky and polite for me, but she isn’t as much of a pushover as she first seems. I really enjoyed the glimpses of Brooklyn’s work with Caleb and her determination to help him develop his language and communication skills.

Garrett is a mess. I wouldn’t even describe him as a hot mess at the start of the story. Still grieving his wife, locked in a messy battle with his son’s birth mother, and barely managing to give Caleb the care he needs, Garrett comes across as miserable and controlling for far too much of the book. He’s selfish and the former NBA star has way too much ego to be likeable. I’m not sure I ever really came round to Garrett as a leading man but I appreciate the changes in him by the end of the story.

There is a whole lot of angst and drama in this story. It was a bit much for me at times and I struggled with the way Garrett treats Brooklyn. I’m not sure these two are a perfect match but I can see how Brooklyn is good for both Garrett and Caleb.



Sierra Hill wrote Physical Touch, her first full-length romance, after a corporate acquisition provided her some quality writing time during a stint of unemployment. She has always been an aspiring writer, and feels incredibly blessed to be living her dream.

When not working part-time or writing her hot, steamy novels, Sierra loves attending live concerts, and is a huge alternative music enthusiast. She and her husband even travel to various cities across North America whenever their favorite band, Pearl Jam, is on tour.

Sierra freely admits to being addicted to reading, all things chocolate, and too much coffee.

Sierra resides in the Seattle area with her husband of twenty years and her rescued (and certifiably crazy), German Shepherd dog.

She is currently busy working on her next book.

Connect with Sierra

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of Game Changer (Change of Hearts #1) by Sierra Hill to read and review for this tour.

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