- File Size: 840 KB
- Print Length: 443 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0989932419
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Near.Perfect.Press (January 13, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 13, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00D36RR6S
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,346,353 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Sandra Eastman has spent years overcoming her traumatic past. She has built up a safe and predictable life for herself which contains no surprises. She has a good job in a top investment firm where she is achieving and is set to climb the corporate ladder and she has a lovely place to live with a good and friendly neighbour.
Then life starts of happen and Sandra, who dislikes change and the unexpected, is drawn into a frightening situation involving her attractive but reclusive boss, Blake Sinclair, and his vicious and mentally unstable identical twin brother, Alex. Sandra unwittingly becomes a target of Alex and she must learn to trust Blake in order to survive. She will also have to face her worse fears in order to save the man she has grown to love.
I enjoyed the character of Blake Sinclair. Despite growing up dealing with the endless problems posed by his brother's mental illness and his resultant sense of responsibility and guilt, combined with his family's enormous wealth, Blake is a decent man. A bit arrogant and used to commanding other people, but he has a good heart and wants the best for his employees and his company. He does come across as being a bit demanding and impatient and these characteristics do result in the explosive situation with his brother following a different path than what it might have if Blake had a different nature.
I did like Sandra although from time to time she did irritate me a bit with her spinelessness. She grew nicely as a character and was able to deal with greater and greater challenges to her mental stability and physical health as the story unfolded. I enjoyed her a lot more at the end than in the beginning.
All in an excellent read that will keep you entertained throughout.
As I have said before, I don’t usually read romance novels because there doesn’t seem to be anything new and exciting. REFRESH! Adding the suspense of the twin brothers brought a whole new light to the subject. There was a whole lot of suspense, and just enough romance to keep the reader interested in both. I found myself reading well into the night when I really should have been sleeping.
Being a twin myself, I was able to relate to the feelings of the twin brothers. And it is true my friends, that a twin can feel the pain of their sibling. It has happened to me on more than one occasion. Of course, in this story we have a good twin and an evil twin, constantly leaving the reader wondering what the evil twin would do next.
The authors do a great job of building not only the main characters but the secondary characters as well. As an avid reader, I enjoy getting to know each of the characters, not just the main ones, So I especially enjoyed the character development from the beginning right through til the end. I am definitely looking for more from these authors in the future and I highly recommend Twin Desires.
Top international reviews
I liked the prologue which, without further ado, introduces the hero and the arch-villain. And they are identical twins, which of course adds to the intrigue later. Blake is rich, handsome and successful. Alex is a psychopath soon to be banged up in a high-security unit for life – unless he escapes that is!
Sure enough, Blake is tired of women chasing him for his money and status. He starts to fall for the shy, intelligent but withdrawn Sandra who works in the middle management of his organisation. But soon enough Alex appears on the scene intent on securing the family millions for himself, with violence and a slow death for his victims an added bonus.
Sandra, having witnessed her own mother’s violent death, experiences heightened terror levels as she finds herself at Alex’s mercy. Wight does a good job of portraying her total dread, but also the way her dead mother’s voice helps her to survive and win.
All ends well as of course it should, but it was a close shave.
And a very well-written sex scene I must say. It takes skill not to repeat a description that one has read a thousand times, and yet no one wants hard porn with their cocoa and biscuit. Nicely done.
One for the ladies but men will like it too.