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Thursday's Child by Sandra Brown
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Mar 15, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: 2010, audio
Read from March 15 to 16, 2010

Typical identical twin swap/mistaken identity story.

Alison, "the brains," is the stereotypical brainiac (complete with glasses and wears hair in a bun) and Ann, though they are identical in appearance, is considered "the beauty" and the social butterfly.

Ann wants to surprise her fiance, Davis, with a boob job and enlists the help of her identical twin sister, Alison, to pose as her for a few days while she has the surgery. Begrudgingly, Alison is forced to trade in her glasses, bun, lab coat and sensible shoes for contacts, loose hair hanging around her shoulders, skimpy fashionable dresses and high heels. Just one week of keeping up with the charade of being her sister then it's back to the lab she goes. No sweat.

Enter the main plot device: Spencer, the groom-to-be's hot and mysterious best friend and best-man. Spencer is instantly smitten with the awkward sister posing as his best friend's fiance...and the attraction is mutual! Thus throwing kinks into the doppelganger mission that Alison is trying desperately not to screw up.

Honestly, I enjoyed the heck out of this book. All the characters were likable and I was genuinely interested in the lead hero/heroine's HEA. There was plenty romance and humor to go around. I laughed-out-loud throughout the entire book.
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Miss Kim Nice review! This sounds good.

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