Twins - one a high powered exec, the other a stay at home mom switch places. Hijinks ensue. They both find love. A Sweet Valley High book for those past college.
Cute premise and an enjoyable read. If you like a happy ending, this is the book for you.
Twins Jillian and Jana Lee switch lives from homemaker to corporate executive and watch sparks fly as they understand each others trials and meet the men of thier dreams! This is a good example of Suzanne Macpherson's work fun, light and a good easy going romance.
Great summer book...I hardly wanted to put it down.
I love stories of twins switching places no matter how unlikely the situations may be. This one is very funny.
I've always been fascinated by twins. Nice, light, fun!
Identical twins switch places for a week. Jillian may have an MBA, but the burned-out executive never realized what daily drama a snappish teenager, a large, crazy dog, and a busted washing machine could dish out. Jana Lee in the Big City find out fitting into her sister's sexy Ferragamo sling-backs maight be tought than this earth-mother expected. This is a fun and fuuny book.
ok this one was ok. Not as funny as her other books but a good read.
Another great one by Suz! Ever wonder what it would be like to have a twin? Ever thought about switches places (as an adult)?
Suzanne MacPherson never disappoints. This was funny, heartwretching and yet funny in how the two twins set out to inadvertently solve the others problems and find love. It is definitely a unique story line. I would definitely recommend this book as a must read if you are a fan of Suzanne or you'll find a new author to love her writings.
very cute "twin switch" Nice summer beach read
A very good story about two sisters who switch places for a week.
Jana Lee lost her husband two years ago. A single widowed mom, she lives a quiet existence in the Washington state hometown she and her identical twin were raised in - heck - even the same house. When a very frazzled Jillian begs Jana Lee to switch places with her like they used to do as kids, she balks at first - after all the last time they did that, Jillian ran off with Jana Lee's fiance! But in the interest of placating her sister, she agrees and enters the big world of finance in San Francisco.
While working at Pitman Toys, she captures the eye of the VP who Jillian dry humped at the office Christmas party. But for some reason, Jackson is suddenly attracted to his CFO... As he chases her down, she flees, making the chase all the more sweet, and the gossip hounds more angry. When her fresh ideas outside the financial arena make everyone take notice, Jana Lee wonders if sedate Washington is what she wants.
Meanwhile, Jillian is supposed to be relaxing but instead tries to do a total house makeover for Jana Lee with the help of sexy sculptor Dean Wakefield and niece Carly. He's wondering what's gotten into the usually sedate and earthy widow, and when he comes across a picture of the twins, he realizes they've switched.
MacPherson has penned another charming romantic comedy with a fair amount of romance. The overused twin swap plot is not as bad as one would imagine, and MacPherson manages to breath a distinct personality into each of women, making for a charming story about taking a second chance.