Monday, December 28, 2015

Book Review: In Your Shoes by September Roberts


Nobody said marriage was easy, but when Scott and Nicole magically switch bodies during a hypnotherapy session, they learn just how challenging it can be. On the verge of divorce, this chance to walk in each other’s shoes may be just what they need to fall in love again. In Your Shoes from romance author September Roberts is a delightful tale filled with passion and humor. 

On the verge of divorce, Scott Erickson will do anything he can to save his marriage. After years of growing apart, Nicole isn’t so sure it’s worth saving, especially when she finds pictures of Scott with another woman. With the help of a marriage counselor, they attempt to communicate with each other, but each appointment is worse than the last until, finally, during a hypnotherapy session, they switch bodies. 

Faced with challenges neither of them is equipped to handle, they both must learn to survive in their new roles and unfamiliar bodies, but is there a way to switch back? And if so, can their marriage be restored after they’ve walked in each other’s shoes? 

Content Notes: Hot, Romantic Comedy, Fantasy, Contemporary, Magic

My Review:

I love September Roberts' books, they are always so sweet and lovely.  But this one, this one I loved!  It is unique and, although sweet in parts, it is a bit harsher and very real.  

What would you do to switch places with the one you love just to understand them better?

Yeah, that is the basis of book that starts off with a painful discovery and realization that your life as you know it is over.  Can you come back from betrayal?  Would you ever be able to trust the other person again?

This novel takes you on a journey of self discovery as well as seeing life through your partners eyes.  I love that Nikki & Scott have to figure out how to be the other person and on the way find what the other has been too afraid to say.  

This book had me laughing in parts, especially when Scott has to deal with a period, and it had me in tears when I saw what they were too afraid to say to one another.  It is beautiful and deeply emotional.

I give this novel 4 lipsticks!  It really is one of my favorites that September has ever written.


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