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    Switch

    Quite a brilliant book this author just gets better cant wait for next instalment, her diversity is fab
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    Good till the last quarter

    The Switch by Lynsay Sands (Audio Edition) Performed by: Fiona Hardingham ♥ ♥ ♥ This is the first audio book I have listened to that I have not read previously. I had read a few reviews on it and was expecting some silliness - which I got and didn't mind. There were some chuckles as well. Charlie (Charlotte) and Beth were good characters. I liked how they switched often and the resulting confusion for poor Radcliff was amusing. I do agree with one reviewer that when the switch was revealed to Radcliff, he should have caught on a bit sooner in that conversation. He's a bit of a stuffed shirt in my opinion and even though he supposedly loosens up.. by the end he seems to get worse. The downside for me was when I thought the story was fairly all tied up and at that point I thought it would be a 4 heart review. However, it kept going.. and everything after that point seemed to be added to just draw out the story, and it just went downhill for me and I was losing interest fast. Personally, I felt the book could have been done without this part. The reading by Fiona Hardingham was good. Though at times she sounded as though she had a bored tone to her voice. Her accents were good and I felt pulled into the story.
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    The Switch

    Once again Lynsay Sands has produced another marvellously romantic book, full of passion & compassion... You feel for the characters from the beginning!
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    Another Fun Romance From Lynsay Sands

    Twins Charlotte ("Charlie") and Beth are running away from their horrid uncle who is marrying them off to the highest, and most scoundrel, bidder to pay off his steep debt. They are caught in the act of running away by a Lord Radcliffe who decides to take them under his wing for awhile until they can get on their feet and get to London. He doesn't know the half of the story, however, as he believes he is helping a lad named Charles (Charlie disguised as a man) and his sister Beth. Hooray for another fun romance and adventure story from Lynsay Sands! This author is quickly climbing up the charts of my favorite authors and I am so glad my friend recommended her to me (Thanks Laura! :) ). There was adventure, surprise twists, embarrassing moments that had me blushing for the characters, mixed with warmth of friendship and steamy romantic scenes. The concept of the twin girls playing brother and sister and switching roles was unique. Especially as the romance is concerned when Radcliffe finds himself attracted to the sister at times and confused by his attraction to the brother at other times. The bond of sisterhood between Beth and Charlie was very relatable. The compromises that they made for each other and their strong sense of loyalty to one another reminded me fondly of the relationship with my sister and I. Although I am not a twin as they are, how they developed separately yet still tied to one another resonated with me. The only thing that I had to take one star away for was that the narrative would switch between Charlie and Radcliffe without distinction which I found to be confusing at times. It was also confusing when Radcliffe was called Jeremy only in the last few pages when he had been called Lord Radcliffe the entire book. That being said, I did really enjoy the book! I loved the main character, Charlie, and how strong, fearless, selfless, and full of integrity she was throughout the story. I found it incredibly endearing how Radcliffe took Beth and Charlie under his wing and then Charlie took Bessie, puppies, and a mother and her 2 children and then another orphan under her wing, that was still under Radcliffe's wing. It was like an umbrella effect and my love for the book grew as their troop expanded. I would recommend this book for those who enjoy a hilarious love story with an underlying theme of loyalty. Furthermore, I would recommend this book for readers who enjoy historical romances with adventure, twists, and puppies! I would not recommend this book for readers who may be triggered or offended by gambling addiction, prostitution, suicide, alcohol addiction, explicitly sexual scenarios, kidnapping, violence, mild foul language, and murder.
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    the switch

    Charlie and Beth played Radcliffe like a fine violin had the poor man thinking he was going mad about a boy and then about the sister he never knew what hit him
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