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The Forbidden Twin: The Elliotts (Dynasties: The Elliotts #4)

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The mysterious "lady in red" who appeared at his Manhattan apartment inflamed his senses and ignited his passion, but John Harlan's new lover was the very woman he could never possess: his ex-fiancé's twin sister, Scarlet Elliott.

Scarlet had loved John from afar for years...and one night she succumbed to her urges and made her way into John's bed. But could their relations

Paperback, 192 pages
Published April 11th 2006 by Silhouette Books
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Alexis-Morgan Roark
Skimmed this book and the previous book.I don't like those types of storylines where one sister gets the other's ex-fiance. Not my cuppa.
Dec 03, 2011 Wendy rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: fans of Silhouette Desire Line, those who like series romances
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Ohhhhh John♥
Yo sabia que no podias ser tan frio como te hacia ver Summer! El problema es que ambos no estaban destinados!!

Ame la pareja John&Scarlet! Tanto fuego y tanto amor...!! Mis favoritos!!!

Quiero y necesito mas de ellos...!
Merve  Özcan
ı felt this book more complex than others. Scarlet was more self sacrificing and more open than others. Her love for her sister really impressed me. when you read summory it seems like he stole her twin's fiance,n after you read it point of wiev chances. of course there is a bit stink of betrayal, but ı cant blame her. by the way she didnt do anything until her sister, Summer, threw the ring even though she was in love with him(john)
in the end they have their happiness and peace. they go double
Loved it;)
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