Swapped Lives series
My Best Friend's Brother/The Summer I Turned into a Girl
Colin and Jessica couldn't be any more different. Jessica's passion for dancing keeps her far away from the soccer field that Colin practically lives on. The only thing they have in common is Cassidy, Colin's sister and Jessica's best friend. When a freak accident causes Jess and Colin to switch bodies, they are forced to learn to walk in someone else's shoes. Will they ever be able to put aside their differences? Or will they forever be stuck living someone else's life?
My Brother's Best Friend/Learning to Sing Like a Girl
It’s been almost four years since Colin and Jess’ weird body swap, but they hardly think about it anymore. They’re happier than they ever were, even though Colin’s graduating while Jess has one more year of high school.
Ian and Cassidy, on the other hand, can’t stand each other. Once an inseparable couple, they were scorned by unspoken differences between them. Then one day, they butt heads and find themselves inhabiting each other’s bodies. The worst part? Ian’s got a huge soccer game coming up that could get him a good scholarship and Cassidy’s got an audition for the lead in a musical. How will they switch back before then?
My Brother's Wedding Singer/The Art of Being a Girl
Four years after the freak accident that caused Cass and Ian to switch bodies, they are more in love than ever…and getting married!
Ian’s little sister, Emma, is ecstatic. Which is more than she can say about the fact that Elliott’s band is playing at the reception. Elliott considers the wedding to be his big break and won’t let Emma get in the way of that. Though they were once good friends, they can’t stand to be in each other’s presence—let alone in each other’s bodies! Now, with the clock ticking, will Emma have to wing it like she does her eyeliner? Can Elliott rock a good look like he rocks his bass? Only time will tell…
Cheerfully Playing Quarterback/ Carrying the Captain's Reputation
[Swapped Lives 5]
Madison Cleaver and Tyson Dekker want nothing to do with each other. In fact, they’d be happy to never cross paths again before graduation. Which is difficult to do when she’s always cheering at his football games.