"Freya Barker writes a mean romance, I tell you! A REAL romance, with real characters and real conflict." ~Author M. Lynne Cunning
"Freya Barker paints imagery that transports you inside the pages of her books. You relate to her characters immediately and want to crawl into bed with her leading men. A Change of View is no different. If you like well thought out stories with vivid characters you can relate to, then pick up this book. You WON'T be disappointed." ~Author CP Smith
"There's a woman out there creating stories with real people with wrinkles, grey hair and oodles of energized lovedupness and rocking it!" ~KBD
"I've said it before and I'll say it again and again, Freya Barker is one of the BEST storytellers out there. This book is one not to be missed; it's an absolute treasure. I'd give it ten North Stars if I could!" ~Turning Pages At Midnight Book Blog
"God, Freya Barker gets me every time I read one of her books. She's a master at creating a beautiful story that you lose yourself in the moment you start reading. I can't say enough how much I loved reading A Change of View. This book proved once again why Freya Barker is one of my all time favorite authors to read." ~Britt Red Hatter Book Blog
"Freya Barker writes from the very depth of her soul. She takes real life lessons and turns them into spectacular characters that touch your heart as they heal and move forward in life." ~Ripe For Reader Blog
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.