What happens when you impersonate your identical twin sister to score a date with your long-lost high school crush?
When wedding planner Keslee gets asked on a date by her long-lost high school crush, Bryce, everything should be perfect. But Bryce mistakes Keslee for her deceased twin sister, Jadyn. And Keslee doesn’t correct him. Talk about awkward. To make matters worse, she learns they’ll be seeing a lot more of each other because Bryce is the marketing director at the venue where Keslee’s new client has chosen to get married. Keslee knows the charade can’t last much longer, and fears she’ll lose Bryce forever when she tells him the truth.
A sweet and clean contemporary romance novella from the Amazon bestselling Sweet and Sassy Anthology: Hidden Identities collection, now with a never-before-seen bonus epilogue!
This story was short and sweet. I read the whole thing as I was giving blood, so that was fun. The moment it started it captivated me and drew me in. I love how it was serious and yet funny at the same time. The fact that she was impersonating her dead sister was a serious thing, but its kinda funny that she did that.
I loved the whole red balloon motif throughout it and how it connected her to her sister. I’ve always loved things like that, that show you they are there for you even from the other side. It’s always been a sweet thought and I like how it happened here.
The whole “I’m gonna kiss you and then call you by your sister’s name” thing made me cringe big time. But I think the way he tried to make it up to her was really sweet. It showed that he really knew her and her alone even though she may look like the girl he originally liked. The whole Leaning Tower of Pisa was my favorite one. I mean that was sweet and who can resist a giant chocolate bar?
The end of this was really sweet and I really enjoyed the book as a whole. I will give this 4 quills. It was a fun, short read that took hold of me and kept me reading it. I had fun laughing with the characters and hearing their fun story.
Now onto The Distance Between Us by Kasie West