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The Sister Swap

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Too Close for Comfort!

Anne: it was a daring deception, but she always put her family first. Her sister desperately needed some time alone and Anne would at last have the chance to study at college. But there was something - someone - she hadn't bargained for....

Hunter Lewis: visiting professor and Anne's very attractive neighbor. He was soon immensely suspicious of her....

ebook, Harlequin Presents #1788, Dangerous Liaisons #2, Harlequin Treasury 1990s, 192 pages
Published August 2011 by Harlequin (first published March 10th 1995)
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I don't think Susan Napier can write a bad HP. I mean, I usually hate deception-based plots - there's always cringing as the lies crumble, and it's hard to sympathize with a liar caught in his/her own trap - but Napier can apparently make me like one.

Anne Tremaine is our liar. Her sister Katlin is an author and single mother who won a lucrative grant to write a novel. Lovely as this is, she feels she can only write at her secluded cabin and without her infant to fuss over. As the grant requires...more
One of THE most humorous/witty books ever ( and not just in Harlequin either) - sometimes the humor is realllllly raunchy but its still very spot-on funny.

The heroine's extremely in-your-face to the hero to the point where he has to back down cuz she's just so spunky....

EEEEEEEEEEk! I love this book although of course there are some misunderstandings blah blah blah....

Just the snappy dialogues between the H/H makes it worth a read again and again!
P.S: I loved the baby too - he's adorable ( esp t...more
A cute read about a masquerade. There were plenty of lighthearted moments and zany antics as the heroine tried not to give away that she was only pretending to be her sister. I quite enjoyed both the hero and the heroine
Mar 29, 2013 Kay rated it 4 of 5 stars
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4 Stars ~ When Anne was 15 her mother had suffered horrible injuries in a car accident that left her bed ridden for years. She hadn't hesitated in stepping into the role as caregiver, not only to her mother, but for her father and younger brothers. Her sister was older, a writer, and away at school. With cheerful determination, Anne persisted in pushing her mother's physiotherapy so that now finally after seven years, she's able to lead a somewhat normal life again. It's finally Anne's turn to f...more
Responsible older sister drowns out the cries of her sister's baby with loud rock music so attractive next-door neighbor & university professor Hero doesn't hear them. Heroine can't let anyone know that her sister who's busy finishing her book in another location has baby & that she is taking classes in the university & living in the apartment paid for by the writing grant given for her sister. Hero eventually finds out about the baby & heroine tells him the baby is hers. His neg...more
me encanto el libro la heroina anne es muy independiente ella esta viviendo sola con su sobrino y ademas esta estudiando pero a toda situacion que se le presenta ella siempre la enfrenta el heroe me encanto siempre muy odioso y ostinado pero con anne no puede evitar reirse y bueno la escenas de amor son hermosas muy linda historia y muy comica
3.5 stars. Enjoyable characters, except I didn't have much use for the author sister, Katlin, who was so incredibly selfish. I enjoyed the back and forth between Hunter and Anne, the humor, the buildup of the relationship, but mostly I enjoyed the fact that Anne stood up to him when he tried to bully her.
I loved this book, I couldn't help laughing and creaming myself all the way through it. It was such a beautiful story and the heroine was so perfect I don't think it's possible to fall in love with another. The emotions were right there, it was just an amazing blend of a story. 5 stars!
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Perhaps being born on Valentine’s Day was an omen that Susan Napier would become a romance writer. This New Zealand author has written over 30 Mills & Boon category romances since 1984. Napier and her husband Tony Potter met when they both worked at the Auckland Star newspaper. After they married, she left the newspaper to work for a film company where she learned the art of dialogue. After th...more
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