A young Super Model named Jono is at the top of her game, but miserable. While on a shoot in Hawaii she nearly drowns, saved by a wayward sole who has stepped out of life. Mike has no choice, if he doesn't take action this stranger will die. The next day Mike finds himself in jail and Jono is in the hospital, neither knowing of each other.
It becomes Jono's obsession to find her hero and repay him for saving her life. Mike doesn’t want to be repaid, he doesn't want to be found. No matter what the cost, finding Mike becomes Jono's obsession.
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The story was brilliantly done. The plot was extremely well thought out and executed in such as way as to be intensely engaging. The character development for both the protagonist and antagonist was magnificent giving just enough information to use the imagination and not so much as to be wordy or detract from a great story line. Dutch Jones writes the characters, scenes, settings and the dialogue to be realistic and yet the reader finds himself or herself stop feeling like they are reading a book and instead are watching a beloved movie in their mind. Author Dutch Jones is a magnificent storyteller. I would say his wonderful gift of writing is on par with authors such as Nora Roberts, Nicholas Sparks, and even Danielle Steele. This author can give no higher compliment than that. I highly recommend this book to all romance readers, not to just those in the contemporary romance genre.
Another great book by Dutch Jones. After reading "Long Trip Home", I thought it could not get any better. Was I wrong! Changing Tides is exciting from the first to the last page with a great glimpse into the world of a fashion model, and some nice twists. I could not stop reading until I finished the book. Dutch, you are truly amazing and a wonderful author..Keep on writing. I can't wait for your next book.
My first impression of this book is - what a good read! The author is a Storyteller indeed. The book flows and contains plenty of action. Language is simple, understandable and is seasoned with some humorous remarks. I liked how the book focused on the main characters, introducing others along the way. One has to work out the time frame during which the author switches between Jono and Mike.
Dutch Jones has become one of my favorite writers. After reading and loving "Long Trip Home" I was eager to dig into "Changing Tides". What can I not say about this book!!! If you want a VERY well written, fun read with emotion that will leave you wanting more read "Changing Tides". Fate is a funny thing that connects two people in this book in more ways than one...a once in a lifetime meeting changes the course of the entire lives of Jono and Mike.