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Switch (Spark Series #5) by [Ryder, Jennifer]
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  • File Size: 880 KB
  • Print Length: 290 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jennifer Ryder Author; 1 edition (September 20, 2015)
  • Publication Date: September 20, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B014LZJXG6
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Where do I even start, I have been following this series practically since the beginning. I even went back through and read my other reviews for the books. It's crazy to me that from the first book to now my ratings and love for this series has really grown. I started out not so sure what I thought of the female main character from book one to loving every single character that Jennifer has written. That's a testament to Jennifer's writing, she has made me feel some very strong emotions through this series and Switch was no different. We met Sophia and Rocco in Strike and the first impressions were that Soph was a strong take no bulls*** woman and Rocco was a manwhore, way more so than Jones. And well that's saying a lot even with those being the first impression of them I knew that there would be more to them than that. And boy was I right this book, gah this book was so much deeper than I was expecting it to be. The evolution of these characters and their back stories were so deep and heart wrenching. But Jennifer wrote them so well. My heart ached, my heart smiled, I laughed, I cried all during the reading of this book. I would have to say that I think this is the best book in the series so far. It really was almost all about friendship and family either by blood or choice and it was amazing. These characters feel like family and I need more of them. I have to know how all of them are doing, how they've grown and if they've added to their families. I also am keeping my fingers crossed for Vicky and Billy Boy to get their story. So Jennifer if you read this please, please can we get a Vicky and Billy story?
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Every now and then I get really strong feelings about things that turn out to be true. I had a feeling about the weekend my brother got engaged, I could have won a motza on the 2012 Melbourne Cup if I had have put money on Green Moon after the feeling I had about it the morning of the race, and for close to six months I just had this feeling that Switch was going to be Jennifer Ryder’s best book to date and there would be something very special about Rocco De Luca. Like the former situations, my feelings about Switch were spot on. This was an amazing book and there is so much more to Rocca than Patron and pussy.

Given it was just on a year since I had met both Rocco and Sophie in Strike, my memory of their interactions was hazy. I pretty much remembered how fresh Sophie felt, that Rocco had this air of arrogant bad boy and I’m pretty sure he made some comment that riled Sophie up big time. I probably should have had a reread before I got into their story. Really I didn’t need to worry about any of that though as I was completely sucked into Switch within the first two chapters. The balance of the characters is so perfect. You have poor Sophie who has a very clear view for her future but can’t seem to catch a break, and then there is the deeply flawed Rocco. Both have secrets and it’s when they’re revealed that you realise how special these two are.

I have to admit, this book was so much more emotional than I was expecting. I think I was expecting something fairly light hearted and a bit comical but what I ended up with was 290 pages that completely blew me and all my expectations away. Don’t get me wrong, this book has some fantastic light moments, but for me the brilliance lies in how both Rocca and Sophie develop individually and how their relationship grows.
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Rocco and Sophie’s story. Two people with heavy baggage. Sophie, burned by her ex-fiancé, leaving a new relationship which is not going the direction she wants it to, is trying to put her life back together, left with an enormous burden, struggling to survive.

Rocco is dealing with daemons he feels only alcohol can help make them disappear.

The two meet while Sophie lives with April and Jones. Rocco, who is one of the team mechanics, is immediately attracted to her. Sophie knows he has a reputation as a womanizer and one night stands and is not in the least interested in him. She says. As things turn out she ends up accepting Rocco’s offer of a room available in his apartment, an offer she can't refuse after spending weeks on the couch at April’s place.

Rocco and Sophie develop a strong friendship and eventually open up about their troubled pasts to each other. But things are not meant to go all smooth. Just when they think they've overcome their biggest hurdles new ones are on the horizon.

I've read every book in this series but I think this is one of my favourite. You connect with the characters instantly, feeling their pain and their sorrows. You want nothing more then for them to find the happiness they deserve. An emotional roller coaster with all the drama and you can't put it down until you find out what happens next. Another 5 star read. Well done Jennifer Ryder❤️
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I had no intentions of starting this book at 1 am in the morning. But it was Sophie aka Suds story and I wanted to know about more our favourite lesbian . And of course who couldn’t forget Rocca As everyone had just assumed facts about Sophie and I wonder how the author was going to make it plausible. When the facts where that Sophie had a girl and Switch was all about Rocca and her. As I know it not easy to do so when you only given certain facts about a character judge them that way. She was a memorable secondary character Strike for those reasons . You couldn’t help love her regardless of her situation and I was desperate to know why . It was time for answers and I thought about time as whilst I had no issues with Sophie. I wanted her to be happy and find out the truth. Switch was the book I was waiting for .

I thought I was going to get a light and breezy story from Ryder for her story. As we have two characters who are memorable for their quirks. Sophie and her snarkness which made her valuable friend who didn’t want to cross and Rocca his loud mouth. I thought it was going to be banter and all play.

I thought had been through the wringer enough this year with Sting. I WAS WRONG. As with all her characters, I knew these two were special. But I didn’t know how special these two would be. As behind the Sophie and Rocca large then life personalities that we have come to know. There were secrets , they were desperate to keep and hide from everyone. Eating away slowly at them, to the point that they were struggling to cope with the burden they have been forced to carry.
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