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Twin Temptation (Harlequin Blaze Series #474)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 31, 2009

    Romantic Thriller

    This is a very fascinating,fast-paced modern romance. The characters are believable and intersting. It is a keeper.

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  • Posted May 4, 2009

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    a fun frolic

    At the reading of her late mom's will Maddie Farrell and Jordan Ware are stunned to learn they are twins. Both will gain half of their deceased mom's large estate. However, attorney Fitzwalter explains to his client their mother placed a stipulation on their inheriting the estate; they must switch places for three weeks. The pair talks and learns their parents separated them at birth, but neither knows why.------------

    Recently, a robbery occurred at their mother's esteemed jewelry designer company, Eva Ware. To keep them safe, Jordan's friend personal security expert Jase Campbell takes charge of the protection of the twins. He and Maddie are attracted to one another and team up looking into the death of her mom and who wants her dead starting with Uncle Carleton who inherits if either sister fails at the switch.-------------

    Separated at birth twins are not a new concept (see THE DROWNING RIVER by Kim Byrne or either version of The Parent Trap), yet Cara Summers makes her entry a refreshing tale due mostly to the lead couple as Maddie is used to taking care of herself while Jase is used to taking care of people. Fans will enjoy this fun contemporary while looking forward to double the trouble with Jordan and Maddie's friend.------------

    Harriet Klausner

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