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Identical Disaster (The Sterling Shore Series Book 8) by [Owens, C.M.]
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  • File Size: 3454 KB
  • Print Length: 357 pages
  • Publisher: C.M. Owens (February 14, 2016)
  • Publication Date: February 14, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01ATZTMH2
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,971 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I don't know how Bo does it! Doing all of the dirty work for her identical sister Bora and why? She poses as Bora and goes breaks things off with a guy when her sister asks her to. And Bora can't do it herself because? For them to be identical in looks, they are nothing else alike.
Bo and Jax have a great story unfold in Hawaii. Under such crazy circumstances they really do mesh together nicely. When they get back home sh*t of course starts to "hit the fan". Jax's friend Cody is a slug, a jealous weezle! He must have short dick syndrome because he can't stand his buddy Jax finally happy and ready to stop being a player. Cody causes some really unnecassary stupid sh*t to happen and mess with Bo and Jax's paradise.
C.M. Owens has done it again and wrote one helluv a story! I laughed a lot! Reread sentences to make sure I understood it correctly and then would be like " huh". I did tear up some. I had alot of sympathy pouring out to Bo! Lots of anger to the people around her 75% through the book! Picturing men in their midforties running around in a speedo on the beach had me gagging while laughing so hard! This book was full of laughs and sexiness! Loved it!
Can't wait to read the next Sterling Shores book Perfectly Toxic about Bella and Ethan! Gonna be epic!
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I can always count on CM to write a story that gives me all the feels and a whirlwind of emotions.

I was lucky enough to receive ID during the Midwest blizzard as an ARC for an honest review. A snow day with Jax and Bo, not to shabby. As for their story this one was different from the rest, mainly because Jax and Bo aren't a key part in the "group" setting, they are friends of friends and therefore didn't know each other. I really enjoyed this component, AND not to mention the whole TWIN aspect. I thought CM did the twin story justice. I really didn't want to hate Bora, Bo or Jax for essentially being entwined and it didn't happen. There was a smooth transition with sweet, hysterical, and touching moments.

The first 30% had me laughing so hard at times I needed to set the book down and just enjoy what I was reading, take a breath and continue. But as always all good things must come to an end, but CM you're sneaky and I seriously never saw THAT hiccup in the road. I could have just slapped Jax, but what Bo gains in the interim is worth the heartache.

Now, since these two are on the outskirts of the circle (making their way in) we didn't see alot of the other couples as we do in previous books, but IMO this was very necessary since we had little to go on and background of our couple. Don't worry we still get a peek at a couple pranks, triple dares, and auto correct text messages gone horribly, hysterically wrong.

I always feel redundant when writing a Sterling Shore review "it was great" "i loved it" "blah blah blah" but really it WAS great, I DID love it, and I CAN'T wait for the next one :)

oh and PS - Vince Jaggons, I can't even.
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This book had my laughing so hard I almost spit my coffee all over my kindle!

What happens when you go to break up with your twin's "boyfriend" while posing as her because she can't be bothered to do it? How about when you get roped into going on a three week vacation with him because you're too nice to say no? Welcome to Bo's life. Bo has always been the good twin - the one who always does the right thing. But now she is in paradise with the hottest man she's ever seen, and she wants to be naughty. Too bad he still thinks she is her twin and there are a few other things that she has been hiding....

Jax is stuck. He was planning to dump the girl Bora that he's been seeing, but decided to torture his family and bring her along in their Hawaiian trip. That should teach his mother to stop acting so stuck up, lol. But now there's a bit of a problem. Bora isn't acting like her usual shallow self, and he realizes that he's starting to like her. At least, until he finds out that Bora has an identical twin & that twin came to Hawaii in her place. Now he just needs to figure out how long to let this play out before he tells Bo that he's on to her...

Throw in her crazy family, including a rock star father who has no concept of boundaries, and you will see why this is shaping up to be an Identical Disaster.
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Captivating!!! Hilarious!!! BookSmacked!!!

I am still recovering a week later from this book. C.M. Owens continues to put out Amazing reads. This book is a great mixture of comedy and angst which to me is a prize winning formula for a deliciously fantastic book.

Identical Disaster is the 8th book in the Sterling Shore Series by C.M. Owens. However this book can be read as a standalone and has a dual POV.

The main characters are Boliva (Bo) and Jax. What happens when a favor leads to a unexpected series of misfortunate events, well hilarity and trouble ensues.

This book will have you hooked from the get go and you will have no choice but to find out what happens and how it all pans out.

Along the way you will meet some piss yourself laughing characters and they will forever alter how you look at certain things. (no spoilers here so I will leave it at that, but trust me when I tell you some things will never be the same.)

Jax is swoon worthy as is expected when reading a C.M. Owens book. She is brilliant when it comes to writing male leads that will make you clutch your heart and sigh out loud. Jax is no different.

Bolivia (Bo), this may be one of the best female leads so far from this series. I found myself instantly connected to her. CM takes you on a journey of discovery with this character. Bo was sweet, she is a pushover and through out this book you watch Bo discover who she is and what she wants in life.

This book takes you through an emotional journey. I laughed, I cried, I cheered out loud, I had moments where I felt a physical pain in my chest.

This book is a must read. A must re-read. I didn't put it down, I read it in one sitting.
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