Being an identical twin has its perks, but when my sister asked me to sub in for a date with Roman Bellisario, I wasn’t exactly thrilled.
Sure, he’s sinfully handsome and successful, but he also got me fired from my dream job three years ago.
This time, my sister’s promotion is riding on this date, so I have to say yes. And as it turns out, we’re strangely perfect for each other. I sell art. He collects it. We’re both obsessed with the same obscure, mysterious artist that most people don’t even know exists.
Roman is guarded, though, and I can understand why. He’s a widowed single dad. But as one date leads to another, he starts to let me in, and I can’t help but fall for him. The problem is Roman still thinks I’m my sister.
Is our twin swap going to be the best thing that ever happened to me and Roman―or the lie that tears us apart?
I enjoy twin swap stories, but with certain caveats. I need them to be "themselves" with the person they are involved with and I don't want crossover scenes where the wrong twin is involved...if that makes sense.
Roman and Sloane (Margeaux to him) were an emotional read and the book met the main points for a twin swap romance in that the scenes with Roman are all with Sloane (pretending to be Margeaux) with pretty much no overlap of him spending time with Margeaux.
I believed the romance between Roman and Sloane was real. And I believed in their connection with one another, I think because it was one that neither of them were looking for or wanted to find so the growth of their relationship felt organic.
I would have liked to have had more time with them together as a couple, but at the Dane time I believed in them so it worked. There was one thing that I actually didn't see coming at all which was a delightful surprise which I won't spoil here.
I enjoyed and recommend this title.