This really was laugh out loud. Great book to take to the beach or read on the plane if you don't mind laughing in public
When Jackson left Debra at the alter, he broke her heart and her bank account. Now he's off on a dream honeymoon for one, and she's got only a few weeks to vacate their condo before he sells it out from under her. With nothing left to loose, Debra quickly agrees to a house swap vacation, a chance to get away on a budget and stay on a picturesque island of the coast of Spain. But a rodent invasion, a missing waitress, and a sexy cafe owner promise to make this one vacation she will never forget. The Verdict: After reading Bounty, I couldn't wait to get my hands on more books by Elise Sax. But alas, books aren't usually in my budget, so I've been watching and waiting for a deal. When Switch popped up in a sale, I jumped at it, having read the first chapter in a sneak peak and knowing I was in for another great read. Unfortunately, it didn't really turn out the way I'd expected. The story started off well enough, with the rather humorous dramatics of a jilted woman and her attempts to come to grips with her break-up, her financial woes, and the bad decisions — in hindsight — that got her there. With the kind of spontaneity anyone who's ever been dumped can understand, she signs on for a vacation on a small island, heading off to what she hopes will be a rather peaceful adventure where she can get her head together. But her best laid plans are shot to hell by a million mice, a sexy but gruff cafe owner, and some strange disappearances of local women. That should have been where things got really fun — at least for the reader — but for me, it's where things began to fall apart. Any connection I'd felt to Debra faded rather quickly, and I just didn't understand her attraction to Doyle. Perhaps he was supposed to be mysterious, but I just saw him as strange, and his somewhat apathetic attitude toward her certainly didn't win him any points in my book. He did seem to care about her at times — like the whole swimming thing when she got sick on the party yacht — but that bit was rather fractured. There was no consistency to him, and the more I read, the less it all made sense to me. As things got stranger and more over-the-top, what interest I had in finding out what happened next waned, and I ended up bailing at the 50% mark.
I just loved this book! Amazing plot and story. I just loved the characters too!
Brice rice 1
I love Elise Sax! So I will pretty much read anything she writes because I know it will be great! And she didn't disappoint me on Switched! Once I started, I couldn't put it down until I was finished. Lots of laughs and action!
Another great romantic comedy from Elise Sax. Romance and suspense combined with scenes so funny I laughed out loud. Loved it! Can't wait for the next one!