About Switch Hitter
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.
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.
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!
**AN ARC WAS PROVIDED FOR AN HONEST REVIEW. ALL OPINIONS ARE MY OWN.**
Sara Ney is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the How to Date a Douchebag series, and is best known for her sexy, laugh-out-loud New Adult romances. Among her favorite vices, she includes: iced latte’s, historical architecture and well-placed sarcasm. She lives colorfully, collects vintage books, art, loves flea markets, and fancies herself British.
She lives with her husband, children, and her ridiculously large dog.