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I knew something was wrong the second she walked in the door tonight; I just couldn't put my finger on what it was.

Same hair color.
Same legs.
Same face.

Except...I look harder.

At the small dimple beneath her lip that wasn't there the last time we went out. And her laugh - that laugh isn't as loud.

This isn't the girl I've gone out with the past few weeks.
It's her twin sister, and they've switched places on me.

Only I'm not quite ready to let them switch back.

©2018 Sara Ney (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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  • Cyndi
  • Beautiful Michigan
  • 05-01-18

✫✫ 3 Stars ✫✫

This novella was a sweet and cute twin swap story. Being a novella it didn't have a lot of meat but the hero was hot and lovable and the heroine was sweet and quirky. The story was predictable but still a fun listen.

The narration was great, I LOVE Erin Mallon and Jacob Morgan so I knew it would be perfect.

9 of 10 people found this review helpful

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Great storyline!

I found this audiobook to be just a sweet and wistful college romance! The heroine gets convinced by her twin sister to stand in for her when she has two dates on the same night. After giving in to help out her sister, Amelia finds herself on a date with a gorgeous Latino baseball player and having to pretend to be her partying hard sister. Dante, the hero, instinctively feels something is different about her but shrugs it off. The second date, (where Amelia’s sister Lucy begs her to break up with him so she won’t have to) is a dream date, but at the end of the night Amelia tells him it’s not working out. When Dante figures out that there are two identical sisters, all bets are off! Narration was perfect.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Fantastic!!!!

Quick and fun twin-swap story! I really enjoyed this little novella! Love the narration!!!

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Too short but oh so sweet!!!

I must admit that the reason I originally purchased this book was because of Jacob Morgan. I needed a Jacob Morgan fix and this was one of a few of his that I hadn't listened too. This said I was not disappointed. Especially when Jacob bust out the Spanish. Holy crap now I have way more ear porn than should be legal.

So because I wanted more of Jacob I would not have minded if the story had more everything. Although I believe the book has just the right amount of Lucy. I would have especially enjoyed an Amelia & Dante epilogue. They were a Homerun just as Erin & Jacob intended. A perfect book couple.

The length of the book left me wanting more. I will take a look at other books by Ney as this book was sweet.


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Short and Sweet

I absolutely love Sara Ney's Douche Bag series, so I was excited to find this little novella. Switch Hitter involves the referred to Barbi twins, Lucy and Amelia and a college baseball player, Dash. Now I am not going to say this is a Cane and Able type of story, but one of the twins (Lucy) is very self-absorbed and the other twin (Amelia) always cleans up Lucy's dating messes. So once again, Amelia is put into the situation to go on one of Lucy's dates because she doubled booked herself and really Lucy is just not into the college baseball catcher, Dash. So, Ameilia to the rescue, but what Dash, Amelia, and Lucy do not realize is that there would be an overwhelming connection between Dash and Amelia.

This story is short, sweet and has some interesting moments. My only issue with this book was is was so short. I wished it could have been written as a novel rather than a novella. With that being said, it was a great audio to fill a few hours for me. I love these narrators which made their story come to life. If you like Sara Ney's stories, then it is worth the purchase.

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loved these narrators!

This audio book was fantastic!! These narrators were fabulous! Jacob's Spanish accent was oh so sexy! This story was awesome and had me yelling " just tell him" lol. I loved it

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supe cute, funny, with a hint of sexy!

I'm a huge fan of Sara Ney & once again she didn't disappoint with anothe 1 of her signature jock + girl next door college romances!

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HAWT AS HELL

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
YES. The story is rally great, the narrators are the best, I love how they did a really great job of pronouncing the Spanish in the book and Jacob Morgan's voice is alluring AF.

What did you like best about this story?
EVERYTHING.

Have you listened to any of Jacob Morgan and Erin Mallon ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I haven't, but I definitely will from now on.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Totally laughed, there were funny and sweet moments.

Any additional comments?
I really recommend getting the audiobook (and the eBook), because having the narrator Jacob Morgan reading Dante's parts and reading the Spanish out loud? I blushed. Literally. I am sitting in my room with my wireless headphones and blushing like hell, because it feels like he was here with me saying those words to me. IT WAS HAWT AS HELL.


Dante and Amelia are really great together, the story and the way it unfolded had me laughing out loud. The dialogue is great as always and on point. While it is a novella, and short, I didn't notice at all, I was so engrossed in the story and loving every minute of it.

I can't wait for the Jock Row book, I'm even more excited after reading this novella! I can't wait to see Dante and Amelia again.

Highly recommend this book, even more so in audiobook form!

#Novella #TwinsSwitch #SizzlingChemistry #GreatNarration #NewRomance #CollegeLife #ShortButSweet #tagsgiving #sweepstakes

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Great start to this series!

NARRATION: I really enjoyed the narrators, Switch Hitter was the first audiobook that I listened to. I would definitely listen to these two again!

I never wanted a full-on standalone until I read Switch Hitter. I remember reading Switch Hitter in the Team Player anthology, every single story in that anthology made me wish so hard for full books of each story. Sara Ney definitely knows how to about the jocks, but Dash is the last guy to be defined as a d-bag. He's such the opposite of that and it was quite refreshing after reading her Douchebag series, although we all loved the mushy loved obsessed men they've turned into.

I thought the concept of the twin swap was just messed up and a bit of I can't believe they're doing that. You can't be messing with people's emotions. But once you get wind of how Dash really feels about Lucy, Amelia's twin, you just muck it up to old fashion college dating. Plus, Lucy is so shallow and goes through casually dating like it's nothing. But I pass no judgment, she's very open and honest about it when it comes to the guys she date. It's not like she hides it or anything, so I can't fault her for that even though it's something I would never do.

Lucy and Amelia are so completely different, Amelia definitely doesn't agree with her sister's ways, but in the end, family is family, Lucy will always be her sister. Despite everyone's annoyances with Lucy, she pulled a solid for her sister.

And sweet, sweet Dante! He's just a real gentleman and I must one of the most observant dudes I've read about in a book. Bravo, sir! He notices everything about Amelia, even when he didn't know it was her and not Lucy. He was able to pick up on a lot of things that were different about the Lucy he first met and the "Lucy" that Amelia was pretending to be.

Gosh, I wish I had more of their story, but I can't wait to see more of them in Sara's new Jockrow series. It's a solid 4 stars because I wish it was a longer read … Sara, you write addicting characters!

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That's All?

Really enjoyed this book. truly upset that it wasn't longer. Perhaps the author can re-visit this couple in a stand alone. please keep the same narrators. they are both my favorites.

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  • Lara
  • 11-20-18

Cute and short

Very short but a good quick listen. Story was nice and a light hearted listen