By Sara Ney
Releasing March 15th, 2018
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.
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In Switch Hitter by Sara Ney, Amelia is a good sister. Too bad she can't say no to her twin, especially when her sister asks her to go on a date in her place. Yet, the more time Amelia spends in Dante's company, the more she finds herself doing the one thing that she shouldn't be -- falling in love. Will Dante be able to convince Amelia that she's the twin he wants, or will her loyalty to her sister make Amelia walk away?
What an entertaining and interesting read Ms. Ney has delivered in this story where the heroine would do anything for her twin, even though her sister is a selfish witch that it seemed to me wouldn't do the same (Then again, maybe I'm wrong); the dialogue was fascinating and had me liking Dante and Amelia together because it's palpable they have things in common; and the obstacles these two face had me crossing my fingers and hoping for the best, especially since the heroine's sister could go either way in accepting that Dante and Amelia want to be together or could get upset because Amelia was only standing in for her sister.
Both the main characters are relatable, likeable and I loved the heroine's loyalty to her sister and that she would do anything for her twin, even though it makes her feel horrible to do what needs to be done when it comes to their relationship. How can her sister be so mean? I also liked that the heroine tried to be herself, even though she was supposed to be playing the role of her sister. Will Amelia be able to make Dante think she's her twin? While the hero, he's confident, honourable and I liked how determined he was to figure the heroine out. Because clearly there's something different about her when it comes to her appearance and her personality.
Overall, Ms. Ney has delivered a riveting read in this book where the chemistry between this couple is intense; the romance hot; and the ending had me loving the hero's determination to win the heroine's heart. No way will he give up on winning her back after their relationship goes awry. I would recommend Switch Hitter by Sara Ney, if you enjoy the opposites attract trope, the enemy to lover trope, the fake relationship trope or books by authors Lauren Rowe, Lauren Blakely, Melanie Harlow and Kandi Steiner.