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The Other Twin

(Fitzgerald House #4)

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Who can resist a neighbor in need?

Nathan Forester doesn't know the first thing about kids. So when the daughter he never knew existed arrives on his doorstep, he needs help, fast! His unlikely ally is next-door neighbor and single mother Cheryl Henshaw. Nathan and Cheryl don't exactly see eye to eye, but neither can say no to a helping hand.

Renovating Fitzgerald House is
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Paperback, 384 pages
Published January 2017 by Harlequin Enterprises Ltd.
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Kate Vale
Another Fitzgerald House offering, in which we get to know Nathan Forester, Daniel's twin. But those two men couldn't be more different. Nathan has suffered from dyslexia all his life, though his difficulties with reading and numbers hasn't been labeled as such. Instead, Nathan thinks he's stupid, that his brain just doesn't work right. When he meets single mother, Cheryl Henshaw, he'd love to get to know her better, but he's not into kids, and she has a very bright little boy.

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Wendy
Apr 17, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Wendy by: Goodreads Giveaways
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“The Other Twin” which I won through Goodreads Giveaways is a touchingly romantic tale of two broken people who find love, support and encouragement in each other’s arms. The story opens when Nathan Forester who’s renovating Fitzgerald House makes a deal with Cheryl Henshaw his neighbour at the carriage house to share child-care duties and pay her tuition in return for helping him learn to be a responsible father. A practical arrangement for both neither expects that their chemistry will ignite ...more
charmaine White
Feb 14, 2017 rated it really liked it
Amazing I really enjoyed this book.Had fun,laughed until I had tears in my eyes read it twice.
Cynthia
Jan 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I won this book for an honest review from Goodreads. I haven't been able to read the rest of this series before this book, but I will for sure now. This book touched something in me that reminded me of my younger sister who also suffered from dyslexia. But I never tried to make her feel stupid and I think made a lot of difference. I knew reading was hard for her but she could do crafts like no tomorrow. Nathan always felt stupid because of his dyslexia and always called himself stupid because re ...more
Mona
May 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Adored this book. Cant say enough but its a must. So very heartwarming and heartbreaking.
Nathan has issues and so does Cheryl. She’s a widowed women and mother. He’s the outcast in his family, and new father he never knew. But when he needs help Cheryl is there for him. They have a little rocky start, and things just might get rockier. You will need to read and see.

Do not miss the others before.
Cynthia
Jan 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I won this book for an honest review from Goodreads. I haven't been able to read the rest of this series before this book, but I will for sure now. This book touched something in me that reminded me of my younger sister who also suffered from dyslexia. But I never tried to make her feel stupid and I think made a lot of difference. I knew reading was hard for her but she could do crafts like no tomorrow. Nathan always felt stupid because of his dyslexia and always called himself stupid because re ...more
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