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{Uninvited: Kevin Richey}Uninvited by Kevin Richey
Series: An Unloved Ones Prequel
Published by Amazon Digital Services on August 08, 2013
Genres: Paranormal, Young Adult
Pages: 48
Format: eBook
Source: Read for Review

{Synopsis} –What if you could become the girl he left you for?

After her boyfriend dumps her, perfectionist and overachiever Jacqueline White obsessively compares herself to his new girlfriend, the sloppy and irresponsible Becka.

But when she wakes up in Becka's body to find they have switched places, she has a choice to make—should she take this opportunity to destroy her opponent's life from the inside-out? Or should she instead find a way to keep this new body, and her old boyfriend, for herself?

Find out in this dark homage to Freaky Friday.

{My Thoughts} – This book is about a girl named Jackie that seems to have everything. She appears to be living the ultimate perfect life which includes dating the perfect boyfriend Todd. She is an extremely smart girl and she gets really good grades.

It doesn’t take long once the book begins for her to lose her boyfriend and be replaced by another girl. The new girl in Todd’s life is named Becka. Becka is the complete opposite of Jackie. She isn’t smart, she isn’t collected and she isn’t perfect. Instead she is one big mess of an individual.

Somehow, Jackie manages to overtake Becka’s subconscious. She realizes this when she wakes up and appears to be Becka. This is how she learns just what a disaster Becka really is and then she makes it her goal to bring the girl down. After Becka is eliminated she is hoping she can win Todd back for herself.

In order to find out what happens, your going to need to read the book. It is a nice fast read and well worth the time.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.