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- Publication Date: February 25, 2017
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- Language: English
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Especially if you can't deal with certain situations.
I questioned Cora many times throughout this book. She just seemed like she didn't get it. There's only so much that's the same about identical twins....not everything. And once she knew, she still didn't know...it was a bit crazy.
Matt...my heart bled for Matt. He knew what he was doing, he knew the chances he was taking. But his heart...his heart was the biggest heart you'll see!
Jabob...no sympathy! None AT ALL!!! I couldn't stand him! Nope, I tried...even in the end..NOTHING! What a bastard!
Maggie..she was me..stand by your friend no matter what. I would've done the same in her shoes. Especially once she truly had enough.
I devoured this book. Only took me a few hours to get through. I just had to know the right choices were made.
Cora, Matthew, and Jacob grew up together. Matthew and Jacob Adams were born privileged. Cora was the daughter of the help. Throughout their childhood the Adams twins were competitive for Cora's attention until one finally bowed out and the other took advantage of the opportunities his brother made possible. Jacob Adams won the girl but didn't know how to take care of his precious prize. His excessive need to outshine his brother leads to giving his brother the one thing he wanted most, he gave up Cora.
When Jacob didn't show up at the wedding, Matthew couldn't bare the thought of Cora being hurt and humiliated. He knew his brother had over indulged at his bachelor party and left with another woman. Matthew is not about to let Cora find out. Rather than tell the truth about Jacob's whereabouts, Matthew steps into Jacob's place at the alter. He's hoping his brother will show up before the reception is over.
Jacob never showed and Matthew got to enjoy the honeymoon in a tropical paradise with the girl of his dreams. Everything was so right even though everything was wrong. When Cora finds out about the duplicity, paradise is no longer perfect. When Jacob finally shows up, paradise becomes a war zone. In the end Cora will have to choose who is the right Adams brother for her. She needs to open her eyes and listen to her heart.
Nicole Williams wrote a twins love triangle that was loaded with angst and undeniable tension. The strife between the Adams Brothers is intense, adding a woman to the mix made it explosive. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and was happy to see the right man win the girl.
This is a sweet story of unrequited love and a choice that has to be made that will change the lives of three people. ( and the sex is awesome as well as the non-sex times.)
Matt has stayed in the background for 20 years and let his love for Clara stay hidden. Why? Because she loves Jacob and now they are to be married and he is to be they best man. the only problem no one knows where the groom is and now their father is pressuring Matt to find him now.
Clara loves both men, for 20 years, and is marrying Jacob today. She doesn't know that she is about to be left standing at the alter, by him.
Matt makes a rash decision, to not let Jacob hurt Clara again, so he is going to save Clara again.....
This story is one where one brother is always trying to be better than the other. One twin became a surgeon, the other sells real estate and does well doing it. (Now a job is a job, no matter what that job is, but when one is insecure and jealous of the other, it doesn't matter what job you have.) One that has had a handful of dates, in 20 years and the other doesn't show up for the wedding.
Cora grew up with Matt and Jacob Adams and always love both. Although she favored Matt, he seemingly doesn't return her affections and so she chooses Jacob. They date for years and the book opens with their wedding. A wedding in which the groom never shows.
Wanting to save Cora from embarrassment, Matt makes a rash decision to stand in for his brother. Cora happily marries the man she thinks is her fiancée only to realize the day after her honeymoon starts, that she's actually married and had sex with Matt.
And while this may sound fishy, don't judge Matt. He's been in love with Cora for years and it's obvious from the beginning that Jacob is a jerk and doesn't deserve Cora. Matt and Cora don't have much time to work through their feelings for each other before Jacob shows up to reclaim his fiancée. And lord, I lost count of the times I wanted to punch Jacob in the face.
Is this a love triangle? Maybe. Sort of. However, there is really never a doubt which brother she will end up with. So for those who hate love triangles, keep that in mind as it may ease your mind.
This story is much steamier than most of Nicole's books and she does a good job with the chemistry between Matt and Cora. It's obviously fiction and some of the story is a little over the top but isn't that the point for many who read romance? At least we get explanations when characters do something we might otherwise condemn them for in real life. I loved Matt from the beginning and it's easy to do as the book is dual POV between he and Cora.
I do kind of wish we had some flashback chapters from when the three of them were kids as I think that would have helped with the character development. But some of their childhood relationship comes out later in the book when Cora is forced to realize just how much she loves Matt.
Overall, this is a definite recommendation!