She's Me

She s Me A spoilt model Jenna Mc Brade sits on a bench in pricks her finger on a rose bush and gets transported back to England to inhabit the body of chubby Lucy McGillicuddy As her spiritual roo

  • Title: She's Me
  • Author: Mimi Barbour
  • ISBN: 2940000141540
  • Page: 353
  • Format: Nook
  • A spoilt model, Jenna Mc Brade, sits on a bench in 2007, pricks her finger on a rose bush and gets transported back to 1963 England to inhabit the body of chubby Lucy McGillicuddy As her spiritual roommate, Jenna s cynicism forces Lucy to adhere to a model s lifestyle of sparse eating and physical exercise Lucy s body changes, becoming svelte and beautiful Conversely, LA spoilt model, Jenna Mc Brade, sits on a bench in 2007, pricks her finger on a rose bush and gets transported back to 1963 England to inhabit the body of chubby Lucy McGillicuddy As her spiritual roommate, Jenna s cynicism forces Lucy to adhere to a model s lifestyle of sparse eating and physical exercise Lucy s body changes, becoming svelte and beautiful Conversely, Lucy s kindhearted, generous spirit leaves a lasting impression on the temperamental fashion plate who exists inside her Lucy loves knowledgeable Dr John, who has plans to help Jenna return to her own body Jenna s Business Manager Jake assists and mistakenly shifts into Dr John Now the four spirits are vying over two bodies Meanwhile, Jenna realizes an attraction for Jake, who s very endearing, and she falls madly in love with him While you giggle over their antics, these four characters will steal your heart.

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    1 thought on “She's Me”

    1. An interesting and unique time travel concept in this story had me quite hooked from the beginning. The idea that it could happen to anyone makes the reader think. The characters are quite complicated and are opposites which help to bring the humor and irony to a dramatic height. I'm looking forward to reading the next in the series!

    2. Jenna McBride is a world-famous, much in demand supermodel. She has a beautiful face, a marvelously thin and toned body and the personality of a run-over rattlesnake. While she may have been born a beautiful child, she is, as a young adult, still beautiful because she takes good care of her face, her hair and her skin. She has that marvelously thin body, not because of drugs or anorexia, but because of a healthy, low-calorie diet and specifically targeted physical exercises. And she has the vici [...]

    3. Fallen Angel ReviewsAlthough top model Jenna looks beautiful, her personality leaves much to be desired. The thin woman is spoiled, self centered, and verbally abusive to everyone around her. That is about to change. While admiring the roses in an English vicarage, Jenna pricks her finger and travels back in time to 1963. There, she's no longer classically beautiful, she's no longer thin, and she has to think of someone else constantly. She's sharing the body of frumpy, overweight Lucy. Lucy isn [...]

    4. I had every intention of reading this all the way through, in spite of my misgivings about the beginning. It's a 76 page novella and I figured I should have no difficulty reading the whole thing.But here I am, at 30% and I'm just done.The dialogue is wooden, the characters are unbelievable and in Jenna's case completely shallow and unlikable. At 30% we are randomly introduced to Jake, and given no reason to understand how he knows Jenna and why he cares. It was probably the dialogue that got me [...]

    5. Jenna is a super model who needs no one to tell her she is beautiful, she knows it. She is in a small town in England where she just finished a photo shoot and decided to take a few more days to relax. She decides to go sit on the bench that is outside the vicarage. As she is sitting she pricks her finger on a thorn of the rose bush and winds up traveling back in time to the year 1963, into the plump body of Lucy McGillicudy, while her body is stuck in the future. John Norman is the new town doc [...]

    6. If you like a light, fun ready you might want to try Mimi Barbour`s Vicarage Bench series. I`ve just finished She`s Me which is a time travel para-normal in which a high-fashion model and bitch is transported back in time into the body of a much nicer, if bit frumpy person who`s in love with the village doctor who initially has to decide she`s not delusional and then with the help of a psychologist find a way to get Jenna, the super model back to present time and Lucy McGillicuddy to stay where [...]

    7. First be aware this is written by a UK author so some words are spelled differently rather than misspelled as you might first think. Having said that, the story itself is cute but the sex did take me by surprise so I wouldn't give this to my 13 year old grand-daughter to read because of that part. If the sex had been toned down I think she would have enjoyed this book too. I started to wonder if I was going to be confused as to who was doing what but the author pulled that off very well in the s [...]

    8. This short book was a fun, easy read. The tone reminded me of the old school Harlequin romance novels my mom used to read. The concept of two spirits being trapped in one body, with a time travel element, was very unique. The characters could have used a little more development, so I could be more emotionally invested, or more time allowed to see how the changes in the people affected really evolved, but I think that would require this to be more novel-length for that to happen. All in all, I en [...]

    9. This is such an engaging book. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Great narrative, prose flows faultlessly. The dialogue is credible. Strong character in Jenna contrasting with the gentle Lucy, then there's the gorgeous Jake and the calm sophistication of John, the doctor. Clever twists in the plot that surprises and keeps the reader fully focussed. Wanted to read more and am now searching for Mimi's other works.

    10. This is a great story that is perfect for an afternoon read! I enjoyed the banter between Jenna and Lucy and the love stories were entertwinned nicely. In many ways I wish this was a full length novel as just as I was getting to know the characters, their stories were over. I am looking forward to reading more of Ms. Barbour's work, particularly her newest piece as I believe it's full length novel.

    11. I love it! Another treasure I found via Ereader News Today. The writing is not as polished as those made by popular authors but the premise more than made up for it IMO. It's time travel with body possession. I guess a little background as to why that vicarage bench enables time travel could have been included. But I'm not that picky :P I want to read the other novels from the series!

    12. Interesting idea, really thought I would give this one a go and step out of my comfort zone. Nope, I prefer my horror over books like this. I just could not get into this main character. I did not care for her. I did not like her. I really wanted to like this book and try something new. It just not seem like the right fit for me.

    13. Cute, likeable novella. I don't think I would read others in the series, but I am interested in what causes the switches.

    14. I think the plot could be good but it epwas too short and the writing needed some polish. I hope the sequels are better if I get to read them

    15. I did like the originality of the story, but I didn't care enough about the characters, especially Jenna.

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