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My Boyfriend's Back by Chrissy Olinger
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My Boyfriend's Back (2010)

by Chrissy Olinger

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surprisingly good, my boyfriends back may be a short story but it still manages to entertain. well worth the read. ( )
  krissysbookshelf | Sep 25, 2013 |
Read for Fun!
Challenges: Why Buy The Cow?
Overall Rating: 2.50
Story Rating: 2.50
Character Rating: 2.50

First thought when finishing: The end totally blew the whole story for me *sigh*

What I Loved: The writing in this story was done really well and the plotting/pacing moved at a great pace. For a short read, I felt like it was a complete story.

What I Liked: I really liked the angels and specifically poor well-meaning Norman. He reminded me of a cross between the angel from It's a Wonderful Life with more of the Hootzpa of the angel from Scrooged!


(SPOILER Ending Given Away)



What made me mad: Yes I said mad! He did not go back into his body at the end --- giving the impression that he was all set in life now that he got the girl, brains, and looks. I am not a fan of the body switching stories that the geek doesn't get appreciated just for being the geek. She loved him as the geek and I would have loved for them to be together as him. The fact that he is now the geek in the bullying *sshats body just killed the story for me. So as I said in the beginning---the end ruined the otherwise cute story for me.

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  thehistorychic | Apr 3, 2013 |
Read from January 10 to 11, 2012

** spoiler alert ** Read for Fun!
Challenges: Why Buy The Cow?
Overall Rating: 2.50
Story Rating: 2.50
Character Rating: 2.50

First thought when finishing: The end totally blew the whole story for me *sigh*

What I Loved: The writing in this story was done really well and the plotting/pacing moved at a great pace. For a short read, I felt like it was a complete story.

What I Liked: I really liked the angels and specifically poor well-meaning Norman. He reminded me of a cross between the angel from It's a Wonderful Life with more of the Hootzpa of the angel from Scrooged!

(SPOILER Ending Given Away)

What made me mad: Yes I said mad! He did not go back into his body at the end --- giving the impression that he was all set in life now that he got the girl, brains, and looks. I am not a fan of the body switching stories that the geek doesn't get appreciated just for being the geek. She loved him as the geek and I would have loved for them to be together as him. The fact that he is now the geek in the bullying *sshats body just killed the story for me. So as I said in the beginning---the end ruined the otherwise cute story for me. ( )
  thehistorychic | Jan 11, 2012 |
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