Twin brothers separated at birth...thirty-two years later they are trading places.
War veteran Dawson Trudeau never expected his estranged identical twin to walk into his bar in Alaska, let alone offer him twenty million dollars to pose as the CEO of King Enterprises while he secretly heads to rehab for thirty days. With dreams of starting a homeless shelter for veterans and locating his retired service dog from Afghanistan, Dawson can’t say no. His brother’s sexy assistant can’t say no either—to some overtime between the sheets.
Lacey Brooks isn’t attracted to her metro-sexual boss, but his rough and ready identical twin is just her type. When lust turns into love, she fears she is betraying the CEO. If she can navigate the family feud to ensure a spot-on impersonation by Dawson, she’ll finally be promoted to VP.
If they can pull off the masquerade, everyone wins. But once the thirty days is over will victory matter if they don’t have each other?
This was a great read. Loved every minute of Dawson & Lacey’s story. *****55
It was so good until the end! There wasn’t enough closure and it felt a bit rushed.35
The spelling and grammar issues drove me crazy!!! The story was cute though35
It is always fun to read books about brothers or sisters who change places. I liked this read and will buy the sequel. It kept my interest in the wee hours of the night.45
Loved the story. Could not stop reading. Had to finish. So good.55
I just love a good love story, can’t wait to read Aaron’s.55
Identical twins, totally different, both share a troubled past. To save one twin the other must perform a great favor. Can he carry it out? Love threatens to sabotage it. A fun read.45
Story was fast paced and interesting, enjoyed the energy between Dawson and Lacey. Didn’t like the typos in one chapter, must have been skipped in the review process.45
Too cute! The ending was great, but I wish his father would get his stuff together. The book ended too soon and could have addressed the other characters in the book45
Didn’t like ending.35