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The Secret Heiress

3.23 of 5 stars 3.23  ·  rating details  ·  139 ratings  ·  18 reviews
From the bestselling author of "Dreamboat" comes a scorching story of beautiful identical twins who become embroiled in an inheritance scheme after the death of their wealthy father.
Hardcover, Large Print, 446 pages
Published December 1st 2006 by Center Point (first published 2006)
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Wendy Hall
I feel like my mother when I say that this book was just trash, but it really was. I don't mind a steamy sex scene every once in a while, but these were frequent and so detailed that it really seemed pornographic to me. The storyline was somewhat interesting at the beginning, but got ridiculous as the book progressed.

I randomly picked this up at the library when I went without my list of things I want to read (always a mistake) and regretted it, for sure. It was the day before I moved and I cou...more
Donna Jo Atwood
The old twin switcheroo--out with evil twin Nikoletta, in with good twin Adriana. Mix well with the jet set and international corporate greed and you have the setting for The Secret Heiress. Add sex and sun and voila, a novel.
The whole book was curiously detached, even the so-called steamy sex.

Read for Spring Challenge 15.1
This is by far my favorite book I have read. The author keeps you on edge until the very end. Once you get to know one character and her evil ways the books turns around by introducing her twin sister that was "thrown away" as a child. With help from the evil sisters assistants the new twin soon puts everything back on the right track.
The protagonist of this book was SO GOOD and her twin sister was SO EVIL and their departed papa's reason for separating them was SO STUPID that I am shocked I actually finished this novel. The resolution was so pat and ridiculous that my 7-year-old nephew would be ashamed to end one of his stories so tidily. Awful!
William Land
This book didn't measure up to Gould's usual standards. The plot, characters, and story weren't well developed, the book was boring and predictable. If a reader wants an entertaining tale full of the "Dynasty" type of stories Gould usually crafts so well, why not re-read "Sins" or "Too Damn Rich?"
I give this 1 star only because it was so bad that it was funny. I can't even believe I finished it. Seriously though, it did make me laugh- it is unintentionally hysterical. I borrowed the ebook from digital library because I had nothing with me to read.
This is the first book I've read from these authors and Ihave to say I love the way they write.One book of theirs made me thirst for more and more and more and more...I hope they publish something soon!
Samantha Blackburn
If you enjoy gossip girl and fifty shades of grey i feel you would enjoy this book. Although it is slightly predictible it's also very fun. This book is more for the younger generation.
A combo of Gossip Girl and The Man in the Iron Mask-- a few incredibly risque scenes.
Monica Abbott
i think i read this before or maybe reminded me of a jackie collins book
Modern day twist to the "man in the iron mask" plot -- female version
Too much sex. Not enough plot or character development.
Had to skip more than actually read.
very cute beach read...
Jul 31, 2008 Pam marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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07/26/08 rec via pbs
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