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Daring Twin

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2013

    Many errors and confusion

    Spelling and grammatical error throughout and confussion such as a man closing his eyes when they r supposebly crusted over with blood. This story leads u to believe Aliss will end up with Raynor, which obviously she doesnt. I found both twins to be not highly likable.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 7, 2012

    Highly recommend

    OMG!!!! loved this book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2012

    Excellent story

    This is the first of 2 books - and it is wonderful! This story is exciting and funny and just makes for a perfect read. I was not as happy with the second book - but this is a definite plus for a rainy night. This is one I will read over and over again.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2012

    Perfect

    I' m 11 and i love this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2012

    Zodiaclan elders den

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2007

    An over all good read

    This book is an over all good read. The plot is well developed and most of the characters likable. Fletcher creates a realistic way to make the twins switch places. The one problem with this book is the heroine can be irritating and unlikable. You may find yourself liking the twin sister more than the heroine. Fletcher is an author worth reading, but this is not one of her best.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A terrific historical romance

    In 1558 Scotland Fiona tells her twin Aliss that she refuses to marry Tarr, head of another clan. The twins agree to pretend to be each other although Fiona is a known warrior and Aliss a highly regarded healer as Tarr wants to wed only the ¿strong¿ one because of her potential breeding. When Tarr learns that his enemy Raynor has attacked his keep, he leaves taking both women with him. Once he determines which one is Fiona he will wed her....................... On the trek back to Tarr¿s keep, Raynor and his men attack. With the help of the twins, one fighting and the other healing the wounded of both sides, Tarr's forces win, no one dies, and he captures a wounded Raynor. At the keep that suffered no damage, the twins keep up their ruse although Raynor finds he is attracted to one more than the other; however whether she is Fiona he does not know and for the clan¿s sake he must have the `strong¿ one while he struggles with ¿attacks' on his keep that make no sense............................ THE DARING TWIN is a terrific historical romance that stars a superior cast especially the lead frustrated male and the twins. The exciting story line combines a terrific romance with an amusing ¿subterfuge¿ subplot involving how the twins keep the hero alert trying to figure out who is who with the difference in their appetites serving as the prime identifier. Aliss¿ paranormal healing abilities are used to foster the plot and the mysteries of who the twins really are and why the attacks on the keep make for a fine sixteenth century Scottish tale although the villain seems obvious...........Harriet Klausner

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