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Elizabeth believed there was nothing worse than being forced to marry Mr. Darcy. She was wrong. When Caroline Bingley finds a magical way to switch places with her, Elizabeth loses her name, her body, and even her betrothed in one fell swoop. Darcy’s life should be perfect. He is to marry Miss Elizabeth Bennet on Christmas Eve. But ever since she arrived at Pemberley, it is Elizabeth believed there was nothing worse than being forced to marry Mr. Darcy. She was wrong. When Caroline Bingley finds a magical way to switch places with her, Elizabeth loses her name, her body, and even her betrothed in one fell swoop. Darcy’s life should be perfect. He is to marry Miss Elizabeth Bennet on Christmas Eve. But ever since she arrived at Pemberley, it is almost as if she is another person. Wily rather than witty. Cloying rather than compassionate. Greedy rather than generous. How can the perfect woman he met in Hertfordshire suddenly remind him of Caroline Bingley? Unable to speak of the curse, Elizabeth is growing desperate. As time before the wedding dwindles away, Elizabeth is beginning to realise how much she cares for Mr. Darcy—just as he is about to promise his love to another woman. A Disguise of the Worst Sort is a short, clean novel of about 56,000 words with just a hint of magic.


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Elizabeth believed there was nothing worse than being forced to marry Mr. Darcy. She was wrong. When Caroline Bingley finds a magical way to switch places with her, Elizabeth loses her name, her body, and even her betrothed in one fell swoop. Darcy’s life should be perfect. He is to marry Miss Elizabeth Bennet on Christmas Eve. But ever since she arrived at Pemberley, it is Elizabeth believed there was nothing worse than being forced to marry Mr. Darcy. She was wrong. When Caroline Bingley finds a magical way to switch places with her, Elizabeth loses her name, her body, and even her betrothed in one fell swoop. Darcy’s life should be perfect. He is to marry Miss Elizabeth Bennet on Christmas Eve. But ever since she arrived at Pemberley, it is almost as if she is another person. Wily rather than witty. Cloying rather than compassionate. Greedy rather than generous. How can the perfect woman he met in Hertfordshire suddenly remind him of Caroline Bingley? Unable to speak of the curse, Elizabeth is growing desperate. As time before the wedding dwindles away, Elizabeth is beginning to realise how much she cares for Mr. Darcy—just as he is about to promise his love to another woman. A Disguise of the Worst Sort is a short, clean novel of about 56,000 words with just a hint of magic.

30 review for A Disguise of the Worst Sort: A Pride and Prejudice Fantasy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sheila Majczan

    This story grabbed my attention and kept me turning pages. First there is the matter of Mr. Darcy going to Mr. Bennet to ask for Elizabeth's hand in marriage WITHOUT proposing to her or even expressing his feelings to her. Then Mr. Bennet grants Darcy his favorite daughter's hand, also without consulting her. When Mr. Bennet does speak with Elizabeth it is to express the need for one of his daughters to marry well and how he should have forced her to marry Collins. Mr. Bennet is not feeling well This story grabbed my attention and kept me turning pages. First there is the matter of Mr. Darcy going to Mr. Bennet to ask for Elizabeth's hand in marriage WITHOUT proposing to her or even expressing his feelings to her. Then Mr. Bennet grants Darcy his favorite daughter's hand, also without consulting her. When Mr. Bennet does speak with Elizabeth it is to express the need for one of his daughters to marry well and how he should have forced her to marry Collins. Mr. Bennet is not feeling well, and the specter of death shakes him up as he has not saved nor prepared for that death in any way. Darcy, Elizabeth and the Bingleys travel to Pemberley and the marriage will take place there. However, the crux of the story is that Caroline Bingley, in realizing she has lost Mr. Darcy to Elizabeth Bennet, finds a way, with the help of the faeries, to change bodies with Elizabeth. And so, it is amusing to read that there are hints, i.e., both wearing the perfume they wore as their true self, Caroline in Elizabeth's body favoring her orange wardrobe, etc. (And, yes, she planned ahead to have clothing in Elizabeth's size made up.) Caroline snobs the Gardiners when they arrive for the wedding. She also immediately sets about redecorating Pemberley and changing meal plans and Christmas plans, etc. She doesn't take the walks Elizabeth is known for nor does she read any books or debate such with Darcy. And you know Elizabeth is not wearing orange! More than one person is aghast at Caroline-in-Elizabeth's-body's behavior but only one picks up on the clues that somehow something has happened to both ladies. Elizabeth finds her lips are sealed and her hands cannot write anything about the spell/curse she is under. She desperately searches for clues in books and also to find a certain handkerchief which was used during the spell being cast. She does find a significant clue...but you will have to read the story to learn what it is and if it helps set things straight. The author offers an epilogue if you subscribe to her newsletter.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Marie

    Crazy Caroline + Faerie Magic = Big Trouble for Lizzy Miss Bingley wants to be Mistress of Pemberley. She makes a deal with a faerie who gives her a spell that will switch her body with an engaged-to-Darcy Elizabeth. Inevitably, even as Elizabeth crazy Caroline cannot hide her true personality. Elizabeth as Miss Bingley is too nice. Darcy is confused! A fun and entertaining fantasy as Elizabeth tries to figure out a way to break the curse before Darcy marries Miss Bingley. Well written. Recommend

  3. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    This is a clever, imaginative, P&P what if that incorporates magic and the paranormal. In this variation Mr. Darcy quickly decides that he must have Elizabeth Bennet and unlike in the previous P&P I read he's hies off to Hertfordshire and proposes to Mr. Bennet who is like absolutely Lizzy would love to to marry your money err You right away. And before you can say "WTF" Lizzy and Jane are off to Pemberley accompanied by Mr. & Miss Bingley so Lizzy and can settle in an plan her Christmas Eve wed This is a clever, imaginative, P&P what if that incorporates magic and the paranormal. In this variation Mr. Darcy quickly decides that he must have Elizabeth Bennet and unlike in the previous P&P I read he's hies off to Hertfordshire and proposes to Mr. Bennet who is like absolutely Lizzy would love to to marry your money err You right away. And before you can say "WTF" Lizzy and Jane are off to Pemberley accompanied by Mr. & Miss Bingley so Lizzy and can settle in an plan her Christmas Eve wedding Once at Pemberley Lizzy seems profoundly changed, suddenly wearing orange frocks and droning on about refurnishing and the First Circles while Caroline Bingley is quiet, funny and polite. There's magick a foot but can Lizzy explain how she is trapped in Caro's body before the wedding?

  4. 4 out of 5

    Suzan Lauder

    A new book for my "loved it" shelf! Top ten of 2021. I admire this author's ability to take on this juggling act and keep all the balls in the air and communicate it in a way that the reader can follow. This is not a synopsis and "what I liked of the story line" review. It's a technical review so that readers can have a heads-up on the items that could niggle in the background and dull the reading pleasure. The plot is an original story using the characterizations and relationships from Jane Auste A new book for my "loved it" shelf! Top ten of 2021. I admire this author's ability to take on this juggling act and keep all the balls in the air and communicate it in a way that the reader can follow. This is not a synopsis and "what I liked of the story line" review. It's a technical review so that readers can have a heads-up on the items that could niggle in the background and dull the reading pleasure. The plot is an original story using the characterizations and relationships from Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" in a (spoiler alert) body-swap trope. While these can become farcical, this book did not. When it utilized humour, it tended to be dark humour in a novel that held strong conflict throughout, allowing for a level of angst that was satisfying to the angst lover and would be challenging to those who tend to avoid that sort of novel. The story arc is fully developed and complete without tangents, holes, or unusually obvious contrivances. The story flowed well, keeping the reader interest at a strong level throughout. Editing was superb, with only a couple of non-Regency applications that slipped through: "taken aback," normal/normally, and "wedding breakfast." This is low for a JAFF book. I couldn't find any errors in any other area typically seen in a JAFF book. Language was well used to give a feel for the Regency without a need to look up big words. In terms of Regency scene setting, there were numerous examples of technical items that fit the bill to help the reader feel like they were there, such as the composers' name dropping and the Rumford stove. Descriptions of situations, such as the magical elements (view spoiler)[ were also well done. Use of dialogue supported this due to the unique circumstances of the novel. The balance of dialogue and narrative worked well to move the story forward quickly and keep the reader's attention. There were no long drawn out back story areas, for example. All the factual parts were woven into the book in ways that made them interesting. The most difficult aspect of this was point of view. The author chose to name the point of view character per their (view spoiler)[ original or real characterization in that character's mind. Although this could cause the reader minor confusion at one or two points at first when becoming accustomed to the system, one quickly became acclimatized, so to speak, and the "rules" of the POV worked well. To tell the truth, they were no different than in any novel: the speaker thinks of themself as their own name while others think of them as another name, often more formal. To keep to this in the writing phase must have been difficult for the writer, but by the time it was done, the communication to the reader had to be solid so the reading flowed and wasn't interrupted by reading back to understand. The author accomplished the fantasy POV issues well. In a general sense, this was third person multiple point of view, deep, with no head-hopping. I like the cover. The artwork is pretty and unique, and reflects some scenes in the book. The fonts may be too fine for Amazon, though, and they look a bit evil in thumbnail--which is good, I guess. I'm not sure if this cover would stand out enough among all JAFF books, but it's different, that's for certain, and that's what the aim is. Now, for my overall opinion, without using too many over-used expressions and sounding like everyone else. The balls are all in the air because Sarah Courtney can keep them there, yet this fantasy JAFF is still easy to follow with all that complication and I can't help but admire her to the ends of the earth for that writing acumen. The book is technically nearly flawless as well as a joy to read. Marvellous. Is that an over-used adjective? Okay, fine. But she deserves as many of those over-used adjectives of admiration as one can imagine because the imagination shown in this novel is second to none. Disclaimer: I am a JAFF author, and because of that, some might say this review is a conflict of interest. However, I was a reader first, and my reviews are honest and impartial. I write them for both the reader and the author. (hide spoiler)] (hide spoiler)]

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sam H.

    Once I realized the premise, I skipped to the end. Just couldn't get in to it, but I did want to see how it would be resolved. Once I realized the premise, I skipped to the end. Just couldn't get in to it, but I did want to see how it would be resolved.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Shifra ♕

    Caroline is quite literally away with the faeries in this yarn Synopsis: Caroline Bingley using fairy magic to try and finagle her way into becoming the next mistress of Pemberley is such a whimsical crime, and thus hard to be too upset by such fanciful identity theft. The Brass Tacks: I couldn't tear my eyes away, I got wrapped up in Lizzy’s struggle; you feel the frustration, the impotence of the curse. My one qualm is the little dialogued interaction we get, not only with Darcy, but Jane, Mrs Caroline is quite literally away with the faeries in this yarn Synopsis: Caroline Bingley using fairy magic to try and finagle her way into becoming the next mistress of Pemberley is such a whimsical crime, and thus hard to be too upset by such fanciful identity theft. The Brass Tacks: I couldn't tear my eyes away, I got wrapped up in Lizzy’s struggle; you feel the frustration, the impotence of the curse. My one qualm is the little dialogued interaction we get, not only with Darcy, but Jane, Mrs G, or even her brother Bingley. We get a lot of inner wrestling, which worked to emotionally draw you in, but I think we needed more scripted interactions. ꙳ Spice Scale rating: Belle Pepper Chaste 🌶/5 ꙳

  7. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    a delightful story If you believe in fairies and magic you will find this story delightful and whimsical. Caroline Bingley only wish was to become Mrs Darcy. When she learns Elizabeth Bennet is to become Mrs Darcy she plans to make the switch with a fairies help. When it works she has achieved her goal. The only problem is her personality hasn’t changed and she behaves so unlike Elizabeth her family and Mr Darcy begin to question her actions. Elizabeth is bound by the magic and cannot speak of i a delightful story If you believe in fairies and magic you will find this story delightful and whimsical. Caroline Bingley only wish was to become Mrs Darcy. When she learns Elizabeth Bennet is to become Mrs Darcy she plans to make the switch with a fairies help. When it works she has achieved her goal. The only problem is her personality hasn’t changed and she behaves so unlike Elizabeth her family and Mr Darcy begin to question her actions. Elizabeth is bound by the magic and cannot speak of it anyone. This book surprised me and was more entertaining than I though. I mean who really want Caroline to win at anything? I just wish there could have been more.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    4.5. I really enjoyed this magical P&P variation! It was interesting and engaging and really well written. Caroline has outdone herself this time! Caroline Bingley's unique way to deal with Mr. Darcy's engagement to Elizabeth Bennet is to become Elizabeth Bennet. I really enjoyed watching Caroline and Elizabeth as they tried to adjust to their new identities and to accomplish their purposes, which were completely opposite of one another as you would imagine. It was interesting to see Darcy's conf 4.5. I really enjoyed this magical P&P variation! It was interesting and engaging and really well written. Caroline has outdone herself this time! Caroline Bingley's unique way to deal with Mr. Darcy's engagement to Elizabeth Bennet is to become Elizabeth Bennet. I really enjoyed watching Caroline and Elizabeth as they tried to adjust to their new identities and to accomplish their purposes, which were completely opposite of one another as you would imagine. It was interesting to see Darcy's confusion as to the personality transplant of his betrothed and how he tried to make heads or tales of things. It was really sweet when he called "Caroline" Miss Elizabeth and started recognizing who she was under the surface even when his rational brain did not allow him to acknowledge it. This was a great read and my only complaint was my curiosity about what was going on in the heads of the other characters (Jane, Bingley, the Gardiners) as they watched both Caroline and Elizabeth behaving very differently than anyone would expect. We got very little insight into their thoughts and theories about the unmistakable changes in their loved ones and I dearly wanted that insight. I was also felt the ending was a little rushed and didn't really love the PDA that D&E demonstrated in front of a house full of guests at the end as I always see Darcy as a very private man and have a difficult time envisioning him passionately kissing his beloved in the same room as so many others. It was, however, a very brief scene and easy to overlook since the book was so enjoyable. Overall, I loved this and will definitely read this again in the future.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Katja

    Faerie magic, mistaken identities, falling in love with Mr. Darcy in Miss Bingley's body... what fun! I read this in one sitting, couldn't put it down. Faerie magic, mistaken identities, falling in love with Mr. Darcy in Miss Bingley's body... what fun! I read this in one sitting, couldn't put it down.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sisi_k

    I love body swap trope and this one was done really well. Liked the writing, liked the characterization, liked how ODC came to understand their own faults. I just couldn't put it down. Lizzy as Caroline was a bit underdeveloped. I felt I didn't see enough how Lizzy's character inside Caroline was weird to the people around her except Darcy. Even Georgiana should have said something about the amazing transformation Caroline has made. I would have liked more scenes with Bingley and Lizzy as awkward I love body swap trope and this one was done really well. Liked the writing, liked the characterization, liked how ODC came to understand their own faults. I just couldn't put it down. Lizzy as Caroline was a bit underdeveloped. I felt I didn't see enough how Lizzy's character inside Caroline was weird to the people around her except Darcy. Even Georgiana should have said something about the amazing transformation Caroline has made. I would have liked more scenes with Bingley and Lizzy as awkward siblings, that would have been very funny.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Smasher (BookMadWoman)

    I've always stayed away from any sort of Jane Austen retelling/fanfiction/variation. Basically because I was worried said story would kill the original for me. I didn't want anyone messing with the beloved original that has great sentimental value for me, as that happened with Jane Eyre, and now I have issues with any version of said novel. That being said, I decided to take a chance on this variation of Pride and Prejudice. And I have to laugh at myself. It was ridiculous. It was funny. It was e I've always stayed away from any sort of Jane Austen retelling/fanfiction/variation. Basically because I was worried said story would kill the original for me. I didn't want anyone messing with the beloved original that has great sentimental value for me, as that happened with Jane Eyre, and now I have issues with any version of said novel. That being said, I decided to take a chance on this variation of Pride and Prejudice. And I have to laugh at myself. It was ridiculous. It was funny. It was entertaining. I was laughing at how accurate a lot of the dialogue felt to the tried and true characters. Especially when Lydia pops up there at the end. My gosh. What a girl. Even as I kept telling myself mentally that this was ridiculous, I was grinning like an idiot and attempting to keep my snorts to my nearby vicinity, and I couldn't stop reading. Seriously. It was 4 a.m. when I finished. You have to suspend belief when fantastical elements are in play, and also, I'm no expert on Regency england (unless you count the 50+ romances I've read...hahah) but there were some more open moments that I didn't expect from that time period (the skating and snowball fights). Guess I just expect more decorum? They all seemed so preoccupied with image and society standing, so some of what they did seemed off? But what do I know? Maybe gentlemen had snowball fights and dumped buckets of snow on well-to-do ladies? Whatever the case, it was cute and I didn't mind at all! Just my nit-picky brain wondering...."But would that really happen?" Let's just ignore the body switching for believability altogether brain. *rolls eyes at self* So okay, I might have been sucked in the world of variations and JAFF. That was just what I needed to sit down to after a hard day. Fluff, Wit, and a Freaky-Friday Jane Austen style. P.S. Yes miss author, I did catch every quoted line from the BBC 1995 miniseries. And I thank you for the smirks and sentimentality it induced! content: Clean. The kisses are chaste, and not at all graphic. No violence, no swearing. Just a snort-worthy comedy of errors with a romance most people already know and love.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kristina

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Darcy asks Mr. Bennet to marry Lizzy before he asks Lizzy herself if she even wants it. And of course she doesn't, because it happens right when the whole party left Netherfield for the winter. He completely disregards Lizzy's feelings, visiting Longbourn behind her back and being creepy about it. No matter how era-appropriate, I hate it and don't want their story to start like that. Darcy asks Mr. Bennet to marry Lizzy before he asks Lizzy herself if she even wants it. And of course she doesn't, because it happens right when the whole party left Netherfield for the winter. He completely disregards Lizzy's feelings, visiting Longbourn behind her back and being creepy about it. No matter how era-appropriate, I hate it and don't want their story to start like that.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lema

    That was such a fun quick read and perfect for the holiday season! I always love me a classic Freaky Friday tale and the characterizations were great!

  14. 5 out of 5

    lori huff

    Entertaining The book summary let's you know from the start that you must suspend belief and go with the flow of a story involving magic and body switching. After the Netherfield ball, Darcy leaves for London, intending to forget about Elizabeth Bennett and his strong attraction to her. However, he discovers that he can't live without her, he returns to Hertfordshire, and meets with Mr Bennett to ask for Elizabeth's hand in marriage, which Mr Bennett agrees to, much to Elizabeth's surprise. Darcy Entertaining The book summary let's you know from the start that you must suspend belief and go with the flow of a story involving magic and body switching. After the Netherfield ball, Darcy leaves for London, intending to forget about Elizabeth Bennett and his strong attraction to her. However, he discovers that he can't live without her, he returns to Hertfordshire, and meets with Mr Bennett to ask for Elizabeth's hand in marriage, which Mr Bennett agrees to, much to Elizabeth's surprise. Darcy leaves immediately for Pemberly without discussing anything with Elizabeth, who still dislikes him intensely, and expects her to journey shortly to Pemberly herself in order to prepare for her wedding. She travels with Bingley and Caroline, and during the trip Caroline conjures a Faerie spell that results in the body switch. This is a clever and interesting premise, one where you can easily imagine the million ways that this occurrence would wreak havoc. Due to the spell, Elizabeth, in Caroline's body, is unable to speak about the switch. As more and more of her family arrive at Pemberly, more than just Darcy notice the glaring differences in the new "Elizabeth." As interesting as the story is, I has a difficult time getting past the way in which Darcy became engaged to Elizabeth. He regrets his actions later, but just having him act in that high handed and thoughtless manner brought him down several notches in my estimation. It's a shame, because eventually, Darcy's character is pleasantly romantic, but I started out with a bad attitude about him. The story is well constructed, but there's a lot of repetition of thoughts and feelings throughout that becomes tedious. I started skimming over paragraphs, and that's never a good sign. The book is well written and well edited. I recommend it.

  15. 4 out of 5

    T

    3.5 Clever and amusing. I liked the resolution a lot. The only bit I couldn’t quite get on board with was how Mr D proposed & E’s acceptance of that - there is some explanation but it just didn’t quite sit right with me that she forgave and forgot it so easily. It does have a few mistakes and a bit of confusion over names etc (aside from the obvious intentional confusion) so could benefit from a closer edit.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth S

    I worried that this book would be too similar to a P&P by another author with a similar premise. Only in the other one, Darcy By Any Other Name, it is Darcy and Collins who are switched. However, this book took the premise and resolution in a different direction. I love it. I worried that this book would be too similar to a P&P by another author with a similar premise. Only in the other one, Darcy By Any Other Name, it is Darcy and Collins who are switched. However, this book took the premise and resolution in a different direction. I love it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Magical I normally loathe body swap tales. But “The Goose Girl” is one of my favorite fairy tales and I love Sarah Courtney’s writing so I dove right in and didn’t stop til the end. I absolutely loved it. Very well done and my only complaint is I want more. I highly recommend this sweet treat of a story,

  18. 5 out of 5

    CEK

    Funny and sweet Most of us wish for a lover who sees our real self, recognizes it, and loved us anyway. Here we have a chance to see if Darcy truly recognises Elizabeth, as Caroline tries some interesting body-switching. Witty dialogue and funny moments, for instance, "it could be worse. You could be wearing orange." Cute to read and worth re-reading. Funny and sweet Most of us wish for a lover who sees our real self, recognizes it, and loved us anyway. Here we have a chance to see if Darcy truly recognises Elizabeth, as Caroline tries some interesting body-switching. Witty dialogue and funny moments, for instance, "it could be worse. You could be wearing orange." Cute to read and worth re-reading.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Mary Jeanette

    Witty, Steady and Fun This is a witty variation exploring and confirming the strength of character of our dear couple. It presents a compelling story that requires each to grow and is a steady, fun read.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Roxanna Fortier

    A delightful change for our favorite Austen characters This is a story with magic and false identities. Definitely a very clever way to mix it up and add some spark into the P&P variations. I highly recommend it.

  21. 5 out of 5

    PJ Jones

    Really Enjoyed This Stoty This retelling was wonderful and very entertaining. I was taken on a magical journey. When I first read the description I didn't think I would like it but once started I wanted to know how it came out. Miss Bingley is not a favorite of mine. Really Enjoyed This Stoty This retelling was wonderful and very entertaining. I was taken on a magical journey. When I first read the description I didn't think I would like it but once started I wanted to know how it came out. Miss Bingley is not a favorite of mine.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Swing

    What Fun! The premise was fun, the conflict was consistent and not easily solved as was the underlying love story. The author only took minor liberties with the characters which allowed the reader to continue to love or dislike the originals for who they were.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Marla Mercier

    Better than I thought it would be Thinking of Miss Bingley having the upper hand turned my stomach but thoroughly enjoyed this story. It is out there I admit but enjoyable just the same. And clever. As was Miss Bennett in the end.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Tammy Buchli

    A fairy tale/ Austen mashup is a great idea, but the only ones I’ve seen have been Beauty and the Beast or Cinderella - a bit of a bore, really. This one, which mashes P&P with The Goose Girl, one of my personal favorites, was anything but boring. I enjoyed it a lot!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Gail Frisby

    Loved it Loved how Darcy had an idea early on but would not let himself believe. Miss Bingley couldn't change even for a few week into a decent human being! Glad Lizzy kept trying into find a way to get her body back! Loved it Loved how Darcy had an idea early on but would not let himself believe. Miss Bingley couldn't change even for a few week into a decent human being! Glad Lizzy kept trying into find a way to get her body back!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lisa E

    Very enjoyable You had me at "faerie". Nail biting suspense throughout! How could Jane not insist something was off? I am ashamed of her! How could Darcy and Bingley become so close in only a year? That bit was convenient but did not ring true. Very enjoyable You had me at "faerie". Nail biting suspense throughout! How could Jane not insist something was off? I am ashamed of her! How could Darcy and Bingley become so close in only a year? That bit was convenient but did not ring true.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    I enjoyed this body swap variation so much. A lot of humor and fast pacing make this fun to read. Even though I knew there would be a happy ending the author built suspense really well. I had to keep reading.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    I'm not a fan of fantasy P&P variations, but this one was enjoyable to read and well-executed. Needs proofreading. I'm not a fan of fantasy P&P variations, but this one was enjoyable to read and well-executed. Needs proofreading.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Terri Conley

    Very interesting and well written enjoyed the story very much. A bit different take on our dear couples story.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Misha

    Genuinely fun and clever. Fantasy that works, characters who are mostly still themselves, and some cute details.

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