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by F. Michaels

  • ISBN: 0739435450
  • Category: Womens Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: F. Michaels
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pocket Star Books; Unknown edition (2003)
  • Pages: 282
  • ePub book: 1560 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1851 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 477


Trading Places Mass Market Paperback – June 1, 2003. Fern Michaels is one of only a handful of authors that, when I pick up on of her books, I can’t put it down!

Trading Places Mass Market Paperback – June 1, 2003. by. Fern Michaels (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Fern Michaels is one of only a handful of authors that, when I pick up on of her books, I can’t put it down! This one is no exception. I love how she takes impossible situations and makes them work.

Other Books by Fern Michaels. This book is a work of fiction. Published by POCKET BOOKS. Names, characters, places and incidents are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental. An Original Publication of POCKET BOOKS. A Pocket Star Book published by. POCKET BOOKS, a division of Simon & Schuster Inc.

I loved the fast pace that the book had. It was hard to put down once you start reading it. The ending was a surprise, a good one though.

Trading Places (fern Michaels) Aggie and Lizzie Jade are "mirror twins". They look the same but have opposite personalities. Aggie, quiet and reserved is a police officer living in Atlanta.

4 5 Author: Fern Michaels. Bestselling author Fern Michaels creates breathtaking excitement with this page-turning novel of twin sisters who pull off a daring identity switch that lands them in the middle of love and danger. Atlanta police detective Aggie Jade is still recovering from the raid that took the life of her partner and former boyfriend - and nearly killed her and her beloved K-9. She's not ready to hit the streets again, but she's desperate to hunt down the cop killers who shattered her world

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Levion Levion
Fern Michaels is one of only a handful of authors that, when I pick up on of her books, I can’t put it down! This one is no exception. I love how she takes impossible situations and makes them work. Her Sisterhood series was the same way. She somehow has the heroines breaking the law and you are compelled to cheer them on until the end. Thank you, Ms Michaels, for another wonderfully fun read.
Runeterror Runeterror
What A wonderful story that tells how sisters will do most anything to help each other..and as the mother of 3 daughters, I see all the time how these girls, although they are all grown women today, help and comfort each other all the time.
Xangeo Xangeo
Fantastic book of two very different sisters, who unite as one to help the other out and what a terrific ENDING! One of my favorites other than the "Sisterhood Series" A MUST READ BOOK, You can NOT put down.
Abandoned Electrical Abandoned Electrical
Great story
Blackbrand Blackbrand
I don't know how I missed it earlier but it is wonderful. As usual it is Fern at her best.
Joni_Dep Joni_Dep
I loved this story. I will be reading more Fern Michael's. This may be my first one, but not my last.
Manemanu Manemanu
One would expect a story from a NY Times Best Selling Author to have deep characters and a superb, entertaining plot. An ideal novel would have a great mix where a talented writer combines the mystery of criminal investigation with the romance of a heart-touching love story. I thought I'd found that in Trading Places. I was SO wrong!

I figure this book got published only because of the author's name. Shame on the author, the editor (if there even was one), and shame on the publisher! It couldn't possibly have been published for worthy content or talented editing.

Oh, it starts off with promise: A female police detective is nearly killed along with her K-9; Her male partner is killed, and she wants those responsible. Good start. Good premise. Makes a reader want to buy the book. If you stopped there, you might be happy, but pay for it, and it goes downhill almost as soon as you open the book.

So, let me save you money and wasted time: Here's the book's plot highlights...(No joke. This really is the plot, if one could call it that.)
1. During female cop's 6 months of recovery, her twin sister doesn't find out about the ambush, and hasn't been bothered about the lack of communication with her sister.
2. Healthy twin doesn't show up at the hospital or even in the town to find out why the lack of communication from hurt sister.
3. The twins have a very close and loving relationship, DESPITE 1 and 2.
4. Healthy twin can forego her "illegal" life as a Vegas gambler/millionaire and fill in for the hurt, yet law-abiding twin by--somehow--posing successfully as an experienced detective among real cops, real detectives who are clueless apparently, and never figure out the sisters have switched places!
5. Healthy twin is willing--and able?--to risk her own life to uncover the truth about a corrupt police dept that she knows nothing about with help from a male reporter she just met, and the unlikely pair can accomplish it all without being discovered.
6. She can call in a few chorus line dancers to help "house-sit" her sister's home without blowing her cover, because the hurt twin is not staying home to help out in the investigation at all!
7. No, meanwhile, the hurt twin, who is a closet millionaire in her own right - lucky her! - doesn't stay in town to help the healthy twin risk her life in the undercover escapade. No filling in sister on who is who on the police force. No teaching sister about police codes, procedures, etc. Why include any of that? No, hurt twin decides to go off with a male professor friend to an isolated farm the twins inherited, but kept secret (for no apparent reason), to grow "organic carrots". No kidding! Cop leaves to become farmer, while gambling sister comes to the rescue by impersonating a police officer to uncover corruption within the department.

Of course, this being a romance, both girls fall in love with their men, and vice versa, although you're given very little reason why. But hey, they make love, so there's something building between them, right?! Uh... well, you're left to wonder, because Ms Michaels brings the reader to the brink — such as reporter and "fake cop" sis about to get it on after breaking into a suspect's house, even though they believe suspect could show up any second! — then...NOTHING...change of scene/new chapter...with MORE dialogue. WOW! You're the best, most "agile" lover I've every had! ... Oh, really? When? How? What? Who? Why?

The idea of hurt good cop struggling to uncover bad cops, and succeeding, is a good concept, but that's all this book has going for it. The rest is unbelievably boring! And the entire novel needed an editor who could read & especially keep track of which "hero" was supposed to be with which "heroine".

I couldn't get through this one. I found myself skipping numerous pages right and left and rolling my eyes at the never-ending dialogue, wondering what's the point?! I finally jumped to the last couple pages to ensure at least a happy ending (I am a hopeless romantic), then dropped the book and picked up another... with relief.

Wish I'd read some of these other reviews BEFORE wasting my money on this one.
Lizzie Jade is a Vegas high roller. Twin sister Aggie Jade is a cop.....Aggie's partner is killed on 'bust' in an alley and she and her dog Gus are serverely wounded. Aggie knows they were set up and suspects dirty cops. While she recovers she asks twin Lizzie to take on her identity and job to help her find out what all is going on. Aggie preps Liz on her life and the people in it. And 'teaches' her to be a a week or less and Lizzie, without any problems, becomes aggie......It doesn't take long for her to come up with clues or to get involved with newspaper investigator Nathan Hawke. I read 3/4 of the books before I asked myself why. It is a huge reach, and a disservice to cops everywhere, to have a professional gambler fill the role on a few days of information. Of course she happens to be a black belt anyway.....And the case unfolds too easily. It's not a bad book, it just doesn't pass the plausible test. Michaels is a fine writer. I loved how "gus" was so easily replaced by "alice"....not one cop noticed. So much for the power of observation........Anyhow that's my take. It's your call.