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He's Her (The Vicarage Bench Series Book 2) Kindle Edition

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He's Her lends a new definition to the term "cerebral love," since the two main characters fall in love while cohabitating in one body. This is a sweet romance with just a touch of sensuality to it, and all love-making is mental and "spiritual" instead of physical. Perhaps I am somewhat jaded, but the spiritual aspect of the love-making didn't really work for me and reminded me just a little too much of the series romances of the 70s and 80s. The relationship between Rhett and Carrie is still very enjoyable to watch unfold, and Ms. Barbour has done a very effective job making their interactions both interesting and entertaining. Rhett professes to be selfish and abrupt, yet he shows surprising insight when dealing with Carrie and her issues. Carrie is a very repressed character, but with Rhett acting as her coach and mental cheering section, she finally grows a backbone. Romance fans are bound to enjoy this novella. Assuming that there will be a third story in this series, I personally am curious as to how Ms Barbour is going to continue the theme and whether she can keep it as fresh and unique as He's Her undoubtedly is.

Reviewed by: Whitney

From the Author

Mimi Barbour - New York Times & USA Today Best-selling author started her career with the Vicarage Bench Series and has never regretted her decision to publish these stories. The reviews are positive and prove the readers love the characters, the compelling plots and the constant action.
"This is the second book in The Vicarage Bench Series. The story came to me as I watched an older couple sitting together on a bench, holding hands. I wondered what it would be like to loose someone you loved after living a lifetime with them. Then of course it came to me. What if his spirit lived inside you. Then you'd never be alone."

Product Details

  • File Size: 1076 KB
  • Print Length: 90 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Sarna Publishing; 2 edition (December 28, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 28, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007SDHP0A
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #562,459 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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New York Times, USA Today, Best-selling author - Mimi's been heard to say: "I'm an author who loves to write uplifting stories about romance. Add in some time travel, or maybe an angel, or even a little romantic suspense and it makes the story more fascinating because of the incredible possibilities."

Mimi is an Amazon best-selling author who's sold over 500,000 copies of her books world-wide. Her five romance series: The Vicarage Bench/ time travel at its best, Angels with Attitudes / angels love romance, Vegas / fast-paced plotting, Elvis / make a song a book and her newest, Undercover FBI / with sizzling conflicts and lots of humor.

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Her reviews are numerous and incredibly positive:

"Love Mimi Barbour, love her books. When you can read a book that within just a few words, you are brought right into the book. You feel, taste, see everything going on. Great story lines. Fantastic characters, fantastic plots, story lines like real life both honest folk and of crooks. Humor that will have you giggling then full on belly laugh. You may even shed a tear or two. All in all Mimi never disappoints." ~ Reviewed by Shirleen Miller



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This is the second novella in The Vicarage Bench Series and it did not disappoint, I only wished it was longer.

It's 1967, in a small town in England where Rhett Parks has promised to bring his father's body from America to his final resting place near his childhood home. Due to his lonely upbringing Rhett is not a man who cares for anyone, and does whatever he can as long as he can benefit from it.

Carrie Temple is a lovingly, shy school teacher who takes people just as they are as she tries to find something good in a bad situation. She never has a negative word for anyone and takes criticism without a thought to defend herself.

As Rhett is sitting on the bench outside the vicarage trying to get past the last few days Carrie approaches heading for the rose bushes behind him. He doesn't want to be bothered with anyone right now. He hears a whimper behind him, but tries to ignore it. As Carrie tries to sit from dizziness he acts the gentleman and picks up the rose she dropped, sticking his finger with the rose and goes unconscious.

Carrie comes to and soon realizes she is now sharing her body with this unhappy man. They are not getting along and sharing her body with this man is not working at all, but as time goes on their feelings start changing and they get closer with each other.

Can Rhett teach her to start sticking up for herself and tell people what she really thinks? Can Carrie teach him what it is to care for someone other than himself and learn to love?

Join Rhett and Carrie as they try to figure out what happened and try to fix it so he can return to his own body and see if they can have a real relationship while not sharing the same one.
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A sweet, unusual story with plenty of surprises. A quick, fun read, perfect for the beach or for a rainy afternoon.
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A unique take on what it is like to walk in someone else's shoes. I also loved the theme that love and loved ones can live on in us and not be lost. Uniquely romantic.
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This delightful second novella of the Vicarage Bench Series, He's Her, is a perfect follow up to the first, She's Me. Ms. Barbour takes us from the present and sweeps us back to the 1960's when Carrie and Rhett prick their fingers on a rose in the vicarage garden. This time it's the unhappy, handsome casino owner, Rhett Parks who is transported into the body of shy, sensitive, easy-going school teacher, Carrie Temple. It's not only confusing and frustrating for both, but more than hiliarious and down right sensuous. Rhett doesn't simply invade her privacy, but is determined to teach her to stand up for her rights and speak her mind. Carrie in turns tries to heal his bruised heart so he can learn to love others. But will Rhett ever be able to return to his own body and act on his feelings? And will Carrie be strong enough to see all of it through? Read the book and find out. Like I said it's a delighful read. Treat yourself.
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Casino owner, Rhett Parks, is sitting on a vicarage bench in the small village of Bury in England when a young woman decides to snitch a few roses from the bush behind him. One thing leads to another and they both prick themselves with the same rose. His body ends up on the ground out cold while his spirit winds up inside the silly girl.

Reading the story of how they straighten out the mess was hilarious at times, poignant at others and kept me enthralled to the end.

Ms. Barbour has had numerous compliments on her characterization skills and after reading "He's Her" I have to agree.
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By Nancy on May 20, 2012
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I have to agree with a previous review I wished it was longer. I actually like this second book in the The Vicarage Bench Series more than the first. I loved when the he part realized how unfeeling he was of others when he started seeing compassion from within a woman. I even cried when he realized was in love. Now onto the third book in the series and I don't think I will be disappointed except it will be the end of this series. I hope the writer can figure out a way to do another series like this. And I am sure I will check out other books she has done.
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A delightful romance that is original and set in a time period (mostly 1960s) that I rarely read about in romance novels. Rhett and Carrie meet by accident and then something amazing happens when Carrie pricks her finger on a rose thorn. The story has an almost fairytale quality to it. Watching the two personalities work together and gradually get used to each other and fall in love was interesting. They both have things to learn from the other and their enforced closeness initially seems like a trial but ends up being a blessing for them both. A lovely sweet short read.
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He's Her is not like any paranormal romance I've read lately. It's quirky. And the romance is all in the heroine's head. No, that's not quite right. The hero. He's in the heroine's head. And he's not happy to be there. A magical rose sends Carrie and Rhett's well-ordered lives spiraling out of control. With Rhett's coaching, Carrie learns how to stand up for herself. She doesn't have to be mean, just assertive. It's a difficult lesson for an introvert to learn. I'm an introvert, and I found myself enjoying that part of the book just as much as the romance because this was exactly what I needed to read about right now. The timing was perfect.

I recommend He's Her to anyone looking for a quick, fun summer romance about a wallflower who learns to stand up for herself and finds love in the process.
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