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  1. says:

    Spoilers This book pissed me off a little Especially with the ending Sure she goes back to Austin but she has started a relationship with Eric even if just a friendship that could have gone further And then she leaves him a note that

  2. says:

    Posted at – I sit here staring at my computer screen a little dumbfounded after just finishing Switch This is the first Megan Hart book that I didn’t really get – I just didn’t get it I mean I’m reading the story and I can see Hart

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    It’s been a long while since I’ve not finished a book I usually stick with whatever I’m reading good or bad until done but this time I’ve read half a dozen books since I put this one aside and I just can’t make myself pick it up againI’m getting ready to start Chapter 11 and I just don’t care any I have no idea who the hero of this story is Too much time is spent on issues in Paige’s life that j

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    As far as erotic I don't think it was And that isn't what I look for in a book anyway I look past that at the story Whatever sex is in a book just somewhat shows I have made it out of the land of kids booksI really thought I was going to like this book Then in the last three chapters I was left wondering what in the world just happenedI realize the focus was on Paige and her growth I felt like the characters around her were grow

  5. says:

    January 2020Last year I was in a mood It was a mood that reuired me to read something Megan Hart wrote and nothing else would do So I did just that I picked up a paperback novel I'd loved years ago And I loved it again Maybe

  6. says:

    I did not like thisIn fact I almost stopped reading it about eight times I'm actually surprised I didn't relegate this to my

  7. says:

    Part of the ending was a surprise very clever The only thing I wish for was an epilogue to know how a few of the characters were doing An awesome book though

  8. says:

    Initial reactions Sorry to say I didn't like this story much at all I thought I would but the story did not flow as well as some of Hart's other works and I was hard pressed to care about very many if any of the characters Plus some of the revelations really came out of thin air and there were no resolutions to some of the character relation

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    Megan Hart Switch Spice 2010It occurred to me while I was reading Switch that the “erotic romance” genre—now a business that turns over many many millions of dollars annually for prestige publishing houses—consists of the same books we had to buy from seedy bookstores we needed fake IDs to get into when

  10. says:

    5 Stars Okay I'd written loads of notes whilst reading this notes that covered the femdom side of the story not

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Switch Author Megan Hart

Pecially when it feels so very very good But I find that the I surrender the powerful I feel so it's time to switch up roles  We play by my rules now Realistic characters natural dialogue beautiful erotic and romantic trysts and thought provoking insights on life death and love all exemplify Megan Hart's signature style of erotic fiction BookFizz Megan Hart Switch Spice 2010It occurred to me while I was reading Switch that the erotic romance genre now a business that turns over many many millions of dollars annually for prestige publishing houses consists of the same books we had to buy from seedy bookstores we needed fake IDs to get into when I was in high school Sure there s a shade character development and not uite as much sex as you d expect from a title Beeline put out in the early eighties but for all intents and purposes this is porn that cleans up pretty nice Far be it from me to complain I had than my share of Beeline paperbacks in high school and college The risk however with introducing traditional aspects of the novel is that you ll get people thinking about things other than sex and thus analyzing your output closely Thus when Switch falls off a cliff in the final chapters it s a lot annoying than it was in say Suzi Likes It Rough twenty five years ago Ah the stigma of respectabilityPaige is a career girl from the country she moved to the relatively large town of Harrisburg PA in order to both give herself an upward path and flee from the beauty ueen with no brain image and the husband she had in rural Lebanon And things seem to be going well for her She knows what she wants and she s got a good idea how to get it Everything changes though when a note accidentally slipped into her apartment s mailbox meant for the apartment three floors below hers the address was smudged gives her an insight into a kind of private life she never knew existed She finds herself enjoying it and her new boldness finds her not only flirting with a hunky doctor from her building but seems to be attracting her boss as well And then there s the ex husband Austin who s moved to Harrisburg as well though whether it s to pursue business opportunities or pursue Paige is subject to debateIt s all going along rather well for a while Paige is a good character far better than what I m used to in books like this even from legitimate porn presses like Black Lace with a solid psychological foundation and reasons for pretty much everything she does Believe it or not folks a three dimensional character in a porn novel Oh excuse me an erotic romance Because Paige is so finely drawn however many of the book s other characters stand out as being stereotypical or shallow Paige s dad s new wife is about as stereotypical the wicked stepmother as they come and both Eric the hunky doctor and Austin are straight out of the pages of half the romance novels you ve ever read For that matter if you can t see Kim Basinger in 8 Mile playing Paige s mom from page one you re a better man than I Gunga DinContrasted to that is the sex itself I m not sure what book some of the other reviewers were reading but it isn t Switch Steamy scenes aren t splashed across every page here but they re not rare and depending on your particular kink some of them are pretty darned hot Don t we all have a little of the voyeur in us Hart plays to it very nicely about halfway through the book But then maybe that s another part of the price of trying to legitimize porn the real pornhounds are going to attack you for the book not being erotic enough Unless you re another pornhound don t listen The book s all kinds of hot albeit sporadicallySomething to note and I apologize in advance if I m wrong about this I m not at all familiar with the DS community about two thirds of the way through the book is a section involving the subplot between Paige and her boss that may well piss a lot of people off Hart links strongly DS games to mental illness Be warned I thought the execution of that scene was tastefully done and sensitive but the association itself left a bitter taste in my mouth Again I may be wrong about this and there may be a body of academic literature to support that link But be aware it s thereAnd then comes the final few chapters which tell me that this book had a length limit and Megan Hart found herself crushed against the word count wall This is as abrupt and frustrating an ending as that of David Cronenberg s film Videodrome but without any of the ambiguity that made that ending worth talking about Twenty pages from the end Hart still has her heroine juggling princes Then all the sudden everything wraps up in the neatest most predictable way possible It made me want to hit myself in the head with the book In fact I think I may have In other words you may like this book You may hate it I don t think it s good enough for anyone to put it on the short shelf of sacred texts but it s a fun way to kill a few hours as long as you don t mind shallow characters Beauty Ravished characters natural dialogue beautiful erotic and romantic trysts and thought provoking insights on life death and love all exemplify Megan Hart's signature style of erotic fiction BookFizz Megan Hart Switch Spice 2010It occurred to me while I was reading Switch that the erotic romance genre now a business that turns over many many millions of dollars annually for prestige publishing houses Reviving the Broken Marionette consists of the same books we had to buy from seedy bookstores we needed fake IDs to get into when I was in high school Sure there s a shade Service Book ... of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America character development and not uite as much sex as you d expect from a title Beeline put out in the early eighties but for all intents and purposes this is porn that A Curse So Dark and Lonely (Cursebreakers, cleans up pretty nice Far be it from me to Look Again complain I had than my share of Beeline paperbacks in high 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De første historier om alle vi børn i Bulderby college The risk however with introducing traditional aspects of the novel is that you ll get people thinking about things other than sex and thus analyzing your output Il piacere nel Medioevo closely Thus when Switch falls off a Il disait qu'il m'aimait cliff in the final Drunk on the Moon chapters it s a lot annoying than it was in say Suzi Likes It Rough twenty five years ago Ah the stigma of respectabilityPaige is a Der ganze weg career girl from the Rich Habits Poor Habits country she moved to the relatively large town of Harrisburg PA in order to both give herself an upward path and flee from the beauty ueen with no brain image and the husband she had in rural Lebanon And things seem to be going well for her She knows what she wants and she s got a good idea how to get it Everything El Metal changes though when a note accidentally slipped into her apartment s mailbox meant for the apartment three floors below hers the address was smudged gives her an insight into a kind of private life she never knew existed She finds herself enjoying it and her new boldness finds her not only flirting with a hunky doctor from her building but seems to be attracting her boss as well And then there s the ex husband Austin who s moved to Harrisburg as well though whether it s to pursue business opportunities or pursue Paige is subject to debateIt s all going along rather well for a while Paige is a good The Ichneutae of Sophocles, with Notes and a Translation Into English, Preceded by Introductory Chapters Dealing with the Play, with Satyric Drama, an character far better than what I m used to in books like this even from legitimate porn presses like Black Lace with a solid psychological foundation and reasons for pretty much everything she does Believe it or not folks a three dimensional Kana Pict-o-Graphix character in a porn novel Oh excuse me an erotic romance Because Paige is so finely drawn however many of the book s other Sienkiewicz. Żywot pisarza characters stand out as being stereotypical or shallow Paige s dad s new wife is about as stereotypical the wicked stepmother as they TFS Ingenuity (The Terran Fleet Command Saga come and both Eric the hunky doctor and Austin are straight out of the pages of half the romance novels you ve ever read For that matter if you Wybor idiomów angielskich can t see Kim Basinger in 8 Mile playing Paige s mom from page one you re a better man than I Gunga DinContrasted to that is the sex itself I m not sure what book some of the other reviewers were reading but it isn t Switch Steamy scenes aren t splashed across every page here but they re not rare and depending on your particular kink some of them are pretty darned hot Don t we all have a little of the voyeur in us Hart plays to it very nicely about halfway through the book But then maybe that s another part of the price of trying to legitimize porn the real pornhounds are going to attack you for the book not being erotic enough Unless you re another pornhound don t listen The book s all kinds of hot albeit sporadicallySomething to note and I apologize in advance if I m wrong about this I m not at all familiar with the DS How Could She? community about two thirds of the way through the book is a section involving the subplot between Paige and her boss that may well piss a lot of people off Hart links strongly DS games to mental illness Be warned I thought the execution of that scene was tastefully done and sensitive but the association itself left a bitter taste in my mouth Again I may be wrong about this and there may be a body of academic literature to support that link But be aware it s thereAnd then Words on Words comes the final few Finding Magic (Downside Ghosts, chapters which tell me that this book had a length limit and Megan Hart found herself Half My Blood (Dartmoor, crushed against the word Ja - Ty - My count wall This is as abrupt and frustrating an ending as that of David Cronenberg s film Videodrome but without any of the ambiguity that made that ending worth talking about Twenty pages from the end Hart still has her heroine juggling princes Then all the sudden everything wraps up in the neatest most predictable way possible It made me want to hit myself in the head with the book In fact I think I may have In other words you may like this book You may hate it I don t think it s good enough for anyone to put it on the short shelf of sacred texts but it s a fun way to kill a few hours as long as you don t mind shallow Diamond Grill characters

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Don't think don't uestion just do  The anonymous note wasn't for me Don't get me wrong I'm not in the habit of reading other people's mail but it was just a piece of paper with a few lines scrawled on it clearly meant for the apartment upstairs It looked so innocent but decidedly deliciously it was not Before replacing the note and the ones that Posted at I sit here staring at my computer screen a little dumbfounded after just finishing Switch This is the first Megan Hart book that I didn t really get I just didn t get it I mean I m reading the story and I can see Harts style of writing its real and deep but at the same time I just didn t feel it had much directionPaige loves her stationary not just any plain old paper we re talking fancy stuff One day she finds a card and envelope that s been misplaced into her mail by accident and although she knows it wrong to read it she cannot help herself What Paige finds is a note with instructions she reads these instructions then hastily puts the mail in the correct slot Paige follows the instructions anywaySoon these instructions become of a regular occurrence always being placed in her box my mistake Paige always reading them following the instructions and placing the card back in its rightful place Some instructions simple some eroticSurrounding this story line are the relationships in Paige s life he ex husband her sexy neighbour her work life family and her friends Some of these story lines were thoughtful and different but the story just didn t seem to have much than that I understand the story was about Paige s self development and empowerment but it just didn t flow like a usual Hart story There were a lot of unanswered uestions in the book I wanted to know about Paige and Austin s divorce it s touched on but if what I m thinking is the explanation then it was not justified I wanted to know what the significance of Paul her boss was in the story And what I really wanted to know was what happened to EricThere wasn t as much Erotica per say as usual and would even say that this doesn t fall into the erotica category The sex scenes were few and far between with self pleasure than coupling But I will say on the other hand that I was kept guessing for most of the book who was writing these instructions Who would Paige turn to in the end Would she fuck her boss It was interesting enough to keep me entertained and to keep reading it until the end but I cant say it s a keeper

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Followed in its rightful slot I devoured its contents suggestions instructions commands Each was daring intricate and arousing than the lastand I followed them all to the letter Before the notes if a man had told me what to do I'd have told him where to go But submission is an art and there's something oddly freeing about doing someone's biddinges January 2020Last year I was in a mood It was a mood that reuired me to read something Megan Hart wrote and nothing else would do So I did just that I picked up a paperback novel I d loved years ago And I loved it again Maybe it was the fact that it was a paperback that made me buy other Megan Hart s books in paperback every chance I got Probably That led to 2019 being the year when I read and reread this author the most I m still not done but I m getting there Switch is one of the re reads Vanilla made me think of it First I read my review of it from years ago Not much rang a bell and when a uote from the book didn t make me think of the book but the Avengers I knew it was time I read it again Looking at my original review I get the feeling I was uite happy when I finished the book I thought everyone was cute and adorable Weird I see this book as the story of a woman finding her true self accepting who and what she is finding her strength and managing to not be bothered by what other people think of her Paige DeMarco She was an illegitimate child of a poor mother and father she saw on occasion She married young and divorced young It was a life she left behind moved to a different city gotten a better job with her community college degree and tried to build a better life for herself build a new Paige Not easy with so many reminders of who she used to be The mysterious notes helped her Following orders helped her Giving orders helped her too Funny I was reading this book for the second time after I d read uite a few of other Megan Hart s books and thought that perhaps this was the author s first attempt at writing about a character who was a bit into BDSM and first she tried with the heroine being submissive then realized that did not work for her and switched to dominant and stuck with it Not Paige being a mistress but other heroines who had some kinks they were all dommes I m likely wrong about this It s just something that occurred to mePaige had a lot of relationships to resolve with her mother father ex husband neighbor whose mistress she secretly was her boss Her new found confidence helped her She accepted herself and after that she was ready to love and be loved Who and by whom Well I won t say I will say this time this novel left me feeling kind of sad which is far from the giddy me I think I was the first time I d also like to make a correction I no longer want my own Eric but my own Austin Loving Megan Hart s stories remains the sameApril 2014 Sometimes you turn backSometimes you walk awayAnd sometimes you find the place you re meant to be and you stay there You find a way to make it workWhatever it takes Ah Megan Hart I admire your skillLong ago I ve learned that when I get into what I like to call Megan Hart mood the best thing to do is to give into it and read a Megan Hart book That was exactly what I did And this book made me glad that I did itI must say I expected something different from this book The title made me instantly go to BDSM Yes my mind is in the gutter I know Then there was the blurb about some notes that could possibly be dangerous My imagination went wild at that But even though I still have many books by Megan Hart to read which makes me optimistic about my future reading the ones I did read have made me expect certain things from this author s books Luckily I got that in Switch Well except there was less sex than you d expect I know I was a bit disappointed tooOn the bright side the author s writing style has knocked me off my feet once again Truly it is something special I always prefer to read her books slowly so I can take my time absorbing the words one by one and prolonging my enjoyment of the storyThis story was about Paige a woman who loved beautiful uality stationery and writing instruments I know it s silly but I kind of liked her because of that right away since I like it too Love for pretty paper and pens aside Paige had uite a few complicated relationships in her life That is something else I ve come to expect from Megan Hart s books as is that special way of describing them and resolving them which did not fail in SwitchBesides not the greatest but also not the worst relationship with her mother which seems a running theme with the heroines in Hart s erotic novels the complications were in the relationships with the men in her life There was her father her ex husband her neighbor and her boss Her father Well let s just say that the circumstances of her birth didn t make them the closest daughter and father Actually it appeared rather superficial and strained But luckily Paige was a tough girlHer ex husband Austin was very likeable From what I ve gathered they had many problems in their marriage some of which were left to my imagination but in present time in the book he was like I said likeable To me at least In part that was the reason those parts with the two of them broke my heart a little bitThen there was the very attractive neighbor who I found adorable Seriously I want my own Eric for he was just too cute But what I meant to say that besides her ex Eric was Paige s other romantic interest And she was uite interested in both of them up until the very last pageThe part about her boss who had some let s call them special needs and reuests was also interesting I loved how that relationship progressed And yes I did find Paul sweet too Sue meAll that would make any woman s life complicated But Paige honestly managed all of that uite well She did it with maturity and unexpected ease Frankly I was very impressed with this heroine And all of that because of some mysterious notesOh the notes I m not going to say what was on them who wrote them or who they were written for Read the book

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  • Switch Author Megan Hart
  • Megan Hart
  • English
  • 03 May 2017
  • 9780778315209

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