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Switch (Spark Series #5) by [Ryder, Jennifer]
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4.9 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 880 KB
  • Print Length: 290 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jennifer Ryder Author; 1 edition (20 Sept. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B014LZJXG6
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
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So good, love this series and this was just as good, a bit sad pulled at the heart strings had some funny moments as well, think you will all know which one was hilarious when you read it, loved Rocco and Suds as well as all the other characters can't wait for the next one.
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3.5 Stars

Switch is book #5 in the Spark series but is actually the first book I have read by this author. I was gifted a copy of the book to read for Gemma Reads Too Much.

I’m gonna start my review by saying that this book is a standalone, I believe the characters are cross overs from other books in the series but I never felt like I was missing part of the background info.

This book differs a little from the standard romance format mainly because this is an m/f romance but the lead girl is a lesbian. We find out very quickly that Sophie is in fact bisexual lol. But I wonder how many people thought all the girlfriend references at the start were typos lol.

I actually really liked both Rocco and Sophie they are both nice engaging characters and it was nice just to settle into the story.

This couple have amazing banter, they really connect as friends but right from the off they have a very sexual stream of innuendo running through all of their conversations.

I love friends to lover’s romances; I enjoy seeing people connect on a level that’s not just about ripping each others clothes off. Don’t get me wrong this book has sex and an insane amount of masturbating. But honestly I think this couple could have ended as friends and I still would have been a happy bunny.

This author had a dry witty sense of humour and I was chuckling with all of the sarcastic barbs

But bl@@dy hell the scene where Rocco ends up needing stiches had me nearly wetting myself with laughter.

This is the second Australian book I’ve read in the last week and I’ve now come to terms with the Arse vs A#s issue.
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Sometimes I am in awe of the magnitude of emotion that authors are able to inject into their work.
This is no exception.
Sophie and Rocco both have pats that weigh heavily on their presents but that does not mean that they are unable to see that they need to move forward.
Sophie is doing her utmost to piece her life back together following a disastrous relationship that ended on the worst of terms. It is a battle each and every day to make the day count but she is doing everything she can to survive.
Rocco on the other hand is doing his damnedest to drown his demons, finding comfort at the bottom of a liquor bottle!
Rocco is a mechanic who is immediately attracted to Sophie when first sees her but his reputation precedes him and she isn’t exactly keen to be yet another conquest.
This womaniser may just have to look elsewhere!
But Sophie eventually has to find another place to live, she can’t kip on April’s couch much longer, so when Rocco offers her a room in his apartment they have the starts of a very tentative relationship.
I really felt for April through much of this story, she was wary of folk and desperate to protect herself at all costs, letting people in was something that frightened her. Rocco buried his soul underneath a barrage of bravado but his heart was a good one and I wanted them to have a fair crack at being happy, I just wasn’t sure that they could do that together.
But the fought hard to prove me wrong, they gave each other a sounding board, they were able to talk about their pasts and by doing so they were able to step away from the darkness that they both were clouded in.
The road of course was far from smooth and I have to say that the obstacles that they had thrown at them were almost enough to have me yelling – enough!
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Switch (Spark, #5)Switch by Jennifer Ryder
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

*** Gifted in exchange for an honest Review ***

I read this book a while back, but it affected me a bit so I waited until the angst had passed.

I have loved this series of Jennifers since the first but I will agree you can read this book as a standalone.

Sophie Mckenna has a lot of baggage, shes broke, and has had a few bad situations get her to a point where she's hit rock bottom.

When you hit that all time low you expect your parents to be there to support you - but no, Sophie's choice in partners had her parents in uproar, so she is on her own.

Sleeping on her friends couch, she's working every shift she can to pay off the debt the lousy ex fiance left her with, its not ideal so when Rocco De Luca, the MX Team's mechanic, offers her the spare room in his apartment, she reluctantly agrees.

Rocco thinks it will be fun to have ‘Suds’ as he nicknamed her staying,she won’t be clingy, and he's hoping to catch a glimpse of his own personal peep show from time to time, little does he know that Sophie is Bi and at the moment swearing off either persuasion.

He never thought he might actually grow to like her.

She never thought she might actually hate him less.

There is more to this story than a clash of personalities and the heat of sexual frustration. In fact I would say this is the best book of the series yet, and I loved them all.

The storyline has a kick of a twist that had me bawling like a baby, so be warned you will need tissues at one point.

But as the pair slowly realise that there is more to the other than they first thought, you watch a beautiful relationship grow and blossom.
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