• by Adriana Locke
  • Narrated by Wen Ross, Kai Kennicott
  • 7 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Mallory Sims is late for her first day of work.
After spilling her tea, she discovers she has no gas in her car. Add that her arm keeps sticking to her dress from syrup left on the console of her car, flustered feels like an understatement.
Then she sees her new boss.
Graham Landry is the epitome of NSFW in his custom-fit suit, black-rimmed glasses, and a look so stern, her libido doesn't stand a chance. Being flustered is just the start of her problems.
Her punctuality is only the start of his. With a pink slip in hand, he's been waiting on his new secretary to show up only to let her go. Then she rushes in with her doe eyes and rambling excuses, smelling like bacon and lavender. The termination paper falls to the side as she falls in his arms.
This is a disaster in the making. Not because of his pinpoint exactness or her free spirit, but because when they're together, the sparks that fly threaten to burn the whole place down.


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What did you love best about Switch?

Graham and Mallory are a great couple. Mallory is just the woman to knock Graham off his well ordered life. They compliment each other perfectly.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Switch?

Any time those Landry brothers get together. Barrett, Lincoln, Graham, and Ford are a force to be reckoned with.

Which character – as performed by Wen Ross and Kai Kennicott – was your favorite?

I loved them both. A match well made. For every insecurity that Graham had, Mallory counteracted it, and vice versa. Best part, it was realistic. There was no outlandish immediate fix. They worked on their issues.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

First of all, the book is hot. The chemistry between the 2 characters is awesome. There is witty banter and humor weaved all through the book. Between the Landry brothers, between Graham and Mallory, and even Mallory and the brothers. I want to be a Landry.

Any additional comments?

I read the book Switch when it first came out and reviewed it on amazon. It's one of 2 of my t star reads so far this year. I'm super stingy with my audible credits, but I had to spend it on this book. This was my first time with these narrators, and I loved them. I also love the dual narrator format. It gives it a little extra having them actually do their characters dialog even in the chapters from the other's pov. I loved Sway and Swing when I read them, but Switch is my favorite of them all. Can't wait for Swear next.

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- ruhruh1979


Adriana Locke is a fabulous author, and I really enjoy listening to her stories. They range from sweet and steamy to angsty emotional roller coaster rides, but the constant is the amazing characters you can't help but to fall in love with.

I could totally relate to Mallory's character! She wasn't a morning person, a little messy, chaotic, but she got the job done! (I just had to laugh with Mallory about how Graham would make fun of her car being messy.) And Mr. neat, orderly and punctual Graham really needed Mallory in is life. From the moment these two run into each other, you could feel the sparks, chemistry and attraction between them. I loved this office romance and how Locke developed the relationship between the H/h. This wasn't just another instant love story.

Wen and Kai consistently deliver one stellar performance right after another. Whenever I see these narrators names, there's no doubt it's going to be an awesome performance.
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- Cheri "I'm a Romance Junkie! Love Whispersycn Deals! Tips I use: Sort reviews Most Recent; play with narration speed, some narrators sound better."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-08-2017
  • Publisher: Umbrella Publishing Inc