Swapping Lives is a riotous and poignant look at what happens when two women, both of whom think their bliss lies elsewhere, walk in each others shoes for a month only to discover that happiness is closer than theyd ever thought.
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"Green's latest, like her more inspired ventures, is hard to put down, thanks to affable leading characters and interesting, if not particularly revealing, commentary on the cross-Atlantic cultural gap." - PW.
"Clothes, bags, shoes, romance, self-acceptance-all we've come to expect and done well enough." - Kirkus.
"Green's (The Other Woman) witty blend of chick lit and mom lit allows readers to escape and live vicariously through these two characters." - Library Journal.
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Jane Green (born May 31, 1968), is the pen name of Jane Green Warburg, an English author of women's novels, and is viewed by many as a founder of the "Chick Lit" Genre.
Jane worked for many years as a journalist, writing women's features for The Daily Express, The Daily Mail, Cosmopolitan and others, with occasional forays into public relations for film, television, and the odd celebrity. The author of more than eleven bestselling novels, including Straight Talking, Jemima J, Mr. Maybe, Bookends, and Babyville.
Jane lives outside New York City with her husband and children.
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