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Hooked…By Miss Independent? One glance at fiercely single Laurel Redmond, and Sawyer Fortune was a goner. It wasn't her blond hair or her blue eyes—super-rich, super-flirtatious Sawyer could have his pick of beauties in Red Rock. No, what made Laurel stand out was her unspoken message that she just wasn't that into him. All Laurel really wanted was for the cocky, well-heeled Hooked…By Miss Independent? One glance at fiercely single Laurel Redmond, and Sawyer Fortune was a goner. It wasn't her blond hair or her blue eyes—super-rich, super-flirtatious Sawyer could have his pick of beauties in Red Rock. No, what made Laurel stand out was her unspoken message that she just wasn't that into him. All Laurel really wanted was for the cocky, well-heeled rancher to leave her alone. She'd lived enough heartache to know that Sawyer was trouble she just couldn't afford. Yet the trademark Fortune charm was slowly reeling her in. All right, she thought, what would be the harm of just one…little…affair? No harm at all—until Mr. I Don't suddenly decided he wanted a bride!


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Hooked…By Miss Independent? One glance at fiercely single Laurel Redmond, and Sawyer Fortune was a goner. It wasn't her blond hair or her blue eyes—super-rich, super-flirtatious Sawyer could have his pick of beauties in Red Rock. No, what made Laurel stand out was her unspoken message that she just wasn't that into him. All Laurel really wanted was for the cocky, well-heeled Hooked…By Miss Independent? One glance at fiercely single Laurel Redmond, and Sawyer Fortune was a goner. It wasn't her blond hair or her blue eyes—super-rich, super-flirtatious Sawyer could have his pick of beauties in Red Rock. No, what made Laurel stand out was her unspoken message that she just wasn't that into him. All Laurel really wanted was for the cocky, well-heeled rancher to leave her alone. She'd lived enough heartache to know that Sawyer was trouble she just couldn't afford. Yet the trademark Fortune charm was slowly reeling her in. All right, she thought, what would be the harm of just one…little…affair? No harm at all—until Mr. I Don't suddenly decided he wanted a bride!

30 review for A Change of Fortune

  1. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Good book. Sawyer is the last of the Atlanta Fortunes standing - the rest have all succumbed to the "Red Rock Plague". He's the youngest of the family and tired of being pursued for his name and bank account rather than himself. When he meets Laurel he is drawn to more than her looks. It's her independent spirit and equal desire to avoid "The Plague" that appeals to him. They start to spend time together, enjoying each other's company but trying to keep it light. I liked Sawyer a lot. He stood wi Good book. Sawyer is the last of the Atlanta Fortunes standing - the rest have all succumbed to the "Red Rock Plague". He's the youngest of the family and tired of being pursued for his name and bank account rather than himself. When he meets Laurel he is drawn to more than her looks. It's her independent spirit and equal desire to avoid "The Plague" that appeals to him. They start to spend time together, enjoying each other's company but trying to keep it light. I liked Sawyer a lot. He stood with his brothers when they came to Red Rock after splitting with their father. It's obvious that his family is very important to him. I also liked the way that he wasn't quite as blindly stubborn as the rest of them. He seemed to be more willing to listen to what his father had to say and to get to know his new aunt. He is also somewhat cynical after too many times of women wanting him for what he can give them. I liked his initial lighthearted pursuit of Laurel and how he was interested in keeping it fun. I also really liked the way that he was very sensitive to her moods and patient enough to suit his actions to them. It didn't take him long though to realize that there was something about Laurel that seemed to fill the empty spaces in him. He's the youngest and has always felt like he was out of step with the rest of his brothers. Being with Laurel makes him want to be a better man. He just has to convince her that what they have can last. Laurel is very independent and very skittish. She had been betrayed by the man she loved and she swore she wasn't going to go there again. She had her mom, her brothers and her nephew and that was enough for her. If she wanted kids she would adopt or something like that. When she met Sawyer she wasn't interested in getting involved with him, but he was persistent. After he told her he wasn't planning on any permanent relationships she thought maybe she could handle just having a little fun with him. She enjoyed spending time with Sawyer until she found herself envisioning a future and that just scared her. Thanks to the actions of her ex she had doubts about being worthy of real love and had no faith that someone would be willing to stick with her for the long haul. When Sawyer made his feelings clear to her she had to decide if she was willing to take a chance. This book also was the conclusion of the mystery that drove the Fortune brothers away from their father. He finally was able to talk to them and explain, in part, what had been going on. He had still been holding something back, which maintained the friction, until the very end when the whole of the mystery was revealed. It was a little over the top, but it is the Fortunes so it wasn't terribly unexpected. The epilogue was a nice set up for the next batch of Fortune books - can't wait!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Susan Dalley

    I've enjoyed the different "Fortune" series, but this wasn't my favorite. The romance was so-so, and I felt the wrap-up of the "mystery" was weak and corny. I've enjoyed the different "Fortune" series, but this wasn't my favorite. The romance was so-so, and I felt the wrap-up of the "mystery" was weak and corny.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lara Van Hulzen

    I liked the characters and the setting but the subplot about Sawyer's family was strange and the ending super crazy. And distracting. I liked the characters and the setting but the subplot about Sawyer's family was strange and the ending super crazy. And distracting.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Melody Cox

    I was disappointed with this book and I think my dislike of the end of this series reflects on how the father treated his four sons and one daughter. For me, he just wasn't redeemable nor was the story realistic at all. And why the heck all the secrets? It was all so unnecessary and caused a lot of hurt for his children. Their father's behavior was juvenile. I also felt quite angry with the father that he took away the company from his children that had been promised to them. They had worked har I was disappointed with this book and I think my dislike of the end of this series reflects on how the father treated his four sons and one daughter. For me, he just wasn't redeemable nor was the story realistic at all. And why the heck all the secrets? It was all so unnecessary and caused a lot of hurt for his children. Their father's behavior was juvenile. I also felt quite angry with the father that he took away the company from his children that had been promised to them. They had worked hard to grow their father's already successful business. Pop's was the worst behaved of the bunch. I also did not care for Laurel which greatly affected the romance between Laurel and Sawyer. I have to be honest. Had I had an inkling of all the secrets the father was keeping (for no good reason that I could figure out) I would have chosen not to read this series. I certainly won't reread it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Susan McClintock

    Quick easy read.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lauri

    Finally finished it. I found the heroine to be mildly annoying. I won't say it's bad, but I picked it up and put it down at least five times before I finished it. Finally finished it. I found the heroine to be mildly annoying. I won't say it's bad, but I picked it up and put it down at least five times before I finished it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Harlequin Books

    "Top Pick! Green's last Fortune tale is a belly laugh a minute, but also tenderhearted and rather sweet at times. It's fun to watch her two skeptics fight falling in love tooth and nail - and tear up a few sheets while they're at it." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 1/2 stars Miniseries: The Fortunes of Texas: Southern Invasion Category: Home and Family "Top Pick! Green's last Fortune tale is a belly laugh a minute, but also tenderhearted and rather sweet at times. It's fun to watch her two skeptics fight falling in love tooth and nail - and tear up a few sheets while they're at it." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 1/2 stars Miniseries: The Fortunes of Texas: Southern Invasion Category: Home and Family

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ann (Noumena12)

    The Fortune invasion of Red Rock continues. Nothing earth shattering but still an entertaining series made even more entertaining by the characters and the underlying story of the Fortunes.

  9. 5 out of 5

    February Four

    Fun and entertaining. I liked this!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Celina Jaime Trejo

    Loved it!

  11. 5 out of 5

    linda

  12. 4 out of 5

    Tara

  13. 4 out of 5

    Flora95

  14. 5 out of 5

    Wanice J McClain

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ann

  16. 4 out of 5

    Breanne

  17. 4 out of 5

    Cindy Cassibo

  18. 5 out of 5

    MJ

  19. 5 out of 5

    Janet Vincent

  20. 5 out of 5

    Khothy

  21. 4 out of 5

    itzmeGS

  22. 5 out of 5

    Meghan

  23. 4 out of 5

    Delicia

  24. 5 out of 5

    Janet Vincent

  25. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Biedebach

  26. 4 out of 5

    Robin

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lesley

  28. 4 out of 5

    Carletta S Gritzmaker

  29. 5 out of 5

    Rina

  30. 4 out of 5

    Bernadette Robitaille

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