What do you do when the body you wake up in isn’t yours?
Olly and Scott promised to be best friends forever. They grew up on the same street, went to the same school, and did everything together. But one hot summer night, teenage experimentation caused hurt feelings and confusion, and their friendship was destroyed.
Four years later they’re both eighteen years old and in their final term at school. Scott is a football star and Olly’s preparing for a main role in the school play. After a heated argument in the street—witnessed by their mysterious, elderly neighbour—they wake up the next morning stuck in each other’s bodies.
With no idea how to get back to normal, they have to co-operate in order to hide their secret. Spending time together rekindles their friendship, yet feelings run deeper for both of them. With the end of school fast approaching, the clock is ticking. Unless they discover how to change back, they could be stuck in the wrong bodies forever.
I normally stay away from NA, but I always read ALL JN books so this was a no brainer for me. And I’m so glad I did. I read it from start to finish in one sitting. It was that entertaining.
We’ve two young men, 18, about to sit for their ‘A’ levels and head to Uni. Four years prior they were the best of friends, and then they shared a kiss! One was madly in love and the other thought it was no big deal. Fast forward four years, fate gives them a chance to correct the mistake that one night caused.
What a lovely story about mistakes, first love, love everlasting, karma, forgiveness and friendships, with a hint of magic thrown in.
Olly has been in love with his best friend for years, problem is Scott is straight. So when the unthinkable happen Olly freaks and breaks off the friendship. Scott is left confused but life moved on until one day when Scott almost runs him over.
Once the young men get a taste of what it is like to live in each other’s bodies they quickly discover what they have been missing all these years. This friendship between these two is so much fun and I for one enjoyed reading about it. They learnt each other literally from the inside out. From school work to parent life, to body and sexual issues, the life of a teen boy, even though we know the end could only be a HFN, I’m left with the hope we get an Olly and Scott, after Uni.