Saturday, November 26, 2011

Review: Jason To Jessica

Blurb:  Jason Ryerson wakes from sleep in a different room and a different body. In 
the hour after waking up, he learns that he has been a victim twice over,
first of a car accident that cause massive injuries to his old body.
Secondly, and more devastatingly a victim of the MORFS plague.

Jason, now Jessica, learns what it means to be on the other side of the bed. 
Outwardly a beautiful woman, she is forced to come to terms with how the
world views women. As ties to her past are confronted, dissolved or
strengthened, Jessica turns her attention to her future. A man who knew her
as both Jason and now Jessica becomes more than just a friend. With no
secrets between them, will he help her find her way into the world of being
a woman?

My Thoughts:  

First off, I want to say I love reviewing. For many, many reasons. One major one is I may have never read some of the books that I have read for review. Sometimes something out of the ordinary or different may not make it's way into someone's reading list.  I know I have found SO MANY books that I've enjoyed that I probably would have missed out on otherwise.

Back to the regularly scheduled program. Or review in this case.

Jason to Jessica. This book isn't your average romance. I must start off by saying that. If you have preconceived ideas about this story, just wipe them from your thoughts now.  

Imagine a world where you suddenly change genders from a plague  called MORFS. This is what happens to Jason Ryerson. In his case, Jason is lucky to have gotten hit with MORFS, because it seemed to have saved his life.

I really like the kind of books where people kind of "switch places"  Jason to Jessica is a different variation of that type of story.  Jason is now Jessica, and SHE must try to learn to cope with life as being a woman.  With a major blend of science fiction and a dash of romance, this book is intriguing different.  The first part of the story, while interesting, is slightly slow but really picks up after a few chapters. 

It's a book I enjoyed. If you're a fan of something different, don't mind science fiction with romance, then try out Jason to Jessica. It might surprise you!

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Until next time,

Storm Goddess


  1. There's a lot you can say about a different book, and one that challenges you with every page. And StarFox's book is one of those books.

    Viva the difference. :)