SuperRomance: Two Sisters

SuperRomance: Two Sisters

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by Kay David
     
 

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ISBN-13:
9780373708888
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
01/15/2000
Series:
Harlequin Super Romance Series, #888
Pages:
297
Product dimensions:
4.14(w) x 6.65(h) x 0.85(d)

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SuperRomance 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
When the identical twins were twelve, their beloved father killed himself or was murdered by their mother. No one including the police cared what happened as their mother mentally fell apart and has been in institutions ever since. The girls Elizabeth and April Benoit traveled the foster home circuit until they were old enough to care for themselves.

Sixteen years since their Nieman Marcus environment abruptly collapsed, Elizabeth has become a consulting tax attorney while April is a stripper. On their twenty-eighth birthday they squabble. The next morning April is gone along with Elizabeth¿s car. A worried Elizabeth reports her missing to the police, but nothing is done about it. She informs her neighbor, homicide detective John Mallory who begins to make some inquires. As Elizabeth and John work closely together in search of April they fall in love. However, he has been burned by a former marriage to a pretty face and she knows that love is a fleeting façade.

TWO SISTERS is an engaging work of romantic suspense that sub-genre fans will enjoy. In spite of a trite theme of siblings falling into a good twin-bad twin plot, the entertaining story line feels refreshing because Kay David makes her identical sisters do more than just act differently. They do not look the same because April, changing her hair color, etc., refuses to compete with what she perceives as her perfect sibling. John is a caring hunk, which comes across in two distinct ways: the investigation and his activity with his little daughter. Ms. David makes romantic suspense fun with this character-driven contemporary.

Harriet Klausner