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3.8 out of 5 stars
3.8 out of 5 stars
Switch (Landry Family Series  Book 3)
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on 14 June 2017
my first read from author, but definitely not the last...i love reading stand alone books within series especially involving big families/friends, and this series seems to have nailed that i'm looking forward to reading the other siblings' particular to this one, this is an office romance, lots of steamy scenes there, but these two also spend time talking and listening to each other, knowing that each has past baggages to get over first...the siblings banterings were really the fun bits...
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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 16 May 2017
I would give it a 3.5 stars.

It has its sweet moments mostly in the sibling bantering or the friends sparring.
nothing great going on on the romance side but a sweet story nonetheless.
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on 27 October 2017
Its like a porno movie.. Conversation is cheap.. Story line just another ceo n pa.. Mallory characters is poor and annoying..
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on 7 July 2017
Good book with a lot of funny conversations. story is very predictable., and best iliked is the messy heroine with cleaning freak of a hero.
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on 20 February 2017
Adriana Locke has superseded her readers expectations with Switch... Graham reminded me so much of Christian Grey😜😜😜😜😜😜 especially regarding the need to control and organize... 31 chapters were too less I felt for Graham but loved every bit of it.... Mallory was exactly the chaos Graham needed in his life... Loved the glimpses of the Landry family too... Ford's story Is something I personally am excited for... And am going to 're read Switch again since it deserves it!!!!!! Five Stars and more😘😘😘😘😘
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on 23 February 2017
"There’s a kinky animal buried in those stuck-up suits of yours trying to claw its way out, isn’t there?

Mallory has got that right! I've read about Barrett and I've read about Lincoln but there was always something about Graham and his calm and collected demeanor that always pulled me to him. Maybe it was the curiosity, the need to see what was under the polished suits and attitude and Locke hit it out of the park with this story.

Graham Landry is the brother who has everything planned to the T and always looks out for his brothers. I mean, his contingency plans have contingencies! Behind his pressed suits and business persona, Graham has always been a mystery.

But what his perfectly scheduled life didn't account for was his new assistant Mallory Sims and how she was going to mess up his entire orchestrated life. Mallory is having the worst start to her day. One accident after another she didn't make an impression on Graham. Well not at the Executive Assistant level, anyway.

Mallory is the complete opposite to Graham. Where he is systematic, she is all over the place. Everything on Graham's desk has its place whereas everything on Mallory's desk is all over the place. Graham is a clean freak, Mallory creates a mess wherever she goes.

"I want to celebrate with my . . . girlfriend?”
“That’s so high school,” I laugh. Shaking his hand, he motions for me to take it.
“How do you plan on celebrating?” I ask, pressing my lips together. He wiggles his brows.
“I think we managed to do that,” I say, wiggling my eyebrows back at him, “out here last time, didn’t we?”
“Last time was different.”
“Why?” He grins.
“Last time you weren’t mine.” Swooning, I take his hand and let him lead me into the house.

The chemistry and attraction between Graham and Mallory were instant and their banter was equal parts witty and clever. These two were perfect together and gelled into each other's life perfectly. Mallory provided Graham with a security for him to be himself around someone else other than his family and Graham provided Mallory with a steadiness, order, and faith in herself and in her life that she so desperately needed.

Is there drama in the book? Yes. But it slightly permeated the story rather than overpower it with unnecessary drama. Otherwise, the whole book has a lightness to it that is one of the characteristics of the Landry family that I absolutely adore!

Also, how can I end this review without mentioning my absolute favorite scene from the whole book? There was this particular moment, where we get to read about Graham's back story and the reason behind his anal retentive ways and at that moment I wished so hard for Graham to be real because I wanted to just squish him and give him a big cuddly bear hug. It wasn't because the situation was really bad and huge but because he was so vulnerable at that time and there is something about seeing grown men who are always put together, removing the mask they put for the world to see and letting go and just being themselves and feel all the hurt and pain that they normally hide from everyone.

I can never get enough of the Landry boys but an alpha, dirty talking CEO who is vulnerable has my heart.

First came grapes.
Then came ice cubes.
Now comes the syrup... *wags eyebrows* Read the story to find out what I mean ;-)
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