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★★★★★ This book had it all....emotions -it had me laughing out loud, sighing with happiness and pulling for theunderdog.--The Overflowing Bookcase
★★★★★ I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS BOOK!--*MagicBeyond The Covers Book Blog*
- File Size : 4539 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 220 pages
- Publication Date : September 2, 2018
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07H298NZT
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #44,058 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Top reviews from the United States
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I knew going in that the entire storyline was based on a misunderstanding, but I guess I hoped in my heart, that it wouldn't take all the focus, because I don't really like stories like that. I kept wanting to yell at them to just talk to each other and get over their selfimposed purgatory.
So the lukewarm rating is completely due to my inability to pass an interesting blurb with a trope I don't like, and does not reflect on the book itself.
To start with, I went into this book expecting the spark and humor from Fake Out & Trick Play; but to my disappointment despite the premise being as absurd as Eden F's other books, it didn't feel like a comedy of errors.. but more like a dramedy with 3 characters. Law and Reed (the MCs) and Anders (Law's twin). The story was of identical twins, where Law frequently pretends to be Anders to help him deal with confrontations; but it so happens that one of those pretenses goes longer and naive Reed gets emotionally and physically involved with both brothers; although in reality he with only one brother (Law). Confused yet? 🙄 But Law can't come clean to Reed so he keeps pretending to be Law by day and Anders by night.... (why? why? why? 😬😳) He had every opportunity to come clean and salvage the growing attraction but he keeps putting it off.. 🤨🤬. Finally the truth comes out with some side drama and there is lots of guilt and shame and all that jazz. Nevertheless they do reconcile eventually in a sweet way which compensates for the disappointing plot. The HEA and sizzling steam save the book from being a complete wash-out.
I've been an Eden F fan so far.. but after this one, I'm not sure I will read Steel Brothers #2. 😞
Law isn’t gay (well maybe he might possibly be bi). All he knows is that once he meets Reed as Anders he can’t tell him the truth. Until he doesn’t have a choice.
Law, Reed, and Anders, a triangle where two of the men fall in love. Reed likes Anders, likes sleeping with Anders but he’s started having unwanted feeling for Law. Confused yet?
Charming story about what happens when good intentions get in the way of the truth. I liked all the characters in the story. Even though I felt the charade went on too long. Looking forward to Anders story.
All the characters were well drawn and as the reader i felt for each one. The MC's are both flawed and interesting characters that will come to live in your heart. I found the different deceptions complex and was happy to see them resolve as all the characters grew. Loving and protecting are a basic theme of this story and we will see it played out in different ways. We see how intent and action are not always okay and how painful mistakes can be.
Hope you enjoy reading this story as much as i did!
Top reviews from other countries
Things get so confusing when Reed and Lawson find themselves working along side each other and Reed still hooks up with Anders even though he wishes it is Lawson.
Lawson knows he needs to come clean to Reed, he's falling for him hard. He's not out even to his twin as that's Anders thing and sometimes twins need their own thing. When the chance of confessing is taken away from him how will Lawson make things right?
I really enjoyed this book. I didn't warm to Anders in the beginning but further into the book all becomes clear and all is redeemed. Lawson & Reed are just so adorable and I'm glad Lawsons first time was with Reed.
Looking forward to Anders book and more of Brody!
I wasn't sure what to expect when I read the blurb but damn was this way better then I was expecting and then some. The story is angsty, gripping and hot.
Law and Anders are identical twins and due to a past of Anders Law is the one who always breaks up with Anders current boyfriends. Yet for the first time ever Law sees someone he wants and it all become one big mess that snowballs and you don't see ending well, because Reed thinks Law is Anders and yet becomes friends by accident with Law but doesn't realise that they are the same person.
I am very excited to read Anders book next.
Secondly, I love that the whole concept of this story was unique - I have never come across anything like this, despite twins being common in a lot of romances.
Per usual with this author the writing was beautiful and heartfelt, with that little bit of grit thrown in to keep it interesting. Lawson and Reed are amazing MCs who have a true connection, and the alternating POV really help you get to know them. Anders and Brodie are fun supporting characters and I can't wait to see more of them in the next book (which I'm assuming is Anders' given there are only 2 Steele brothers...).
I loved that there was a HEA, and really the only thing missing between the end and the epilogue was Law telling his parents - I would have loved that scene included!
Definitely a book I would recommend, and one I know I will read again.
Eden can write so well and from the glimpses I got of Anders, I can't wait for his book.
I really liked the main characters, Reed and Law, a lot.
They're both really likeable and I admire Law a lot. Not for the stunt he pulled, but for the person he is.
I can recommend this book 100%. You're going to enjoy it.