September 8, 2015
Review: Twinsequences by Jennifer Foor
I’d shared everything with Ivy since we were born. She was my exact double. We were only two minutes apart. I never thought that my own twin sister would steal away my one chance at happiness, but that is exactly what she’d done. She didn’t even know that I was in love with him. How could she? Ivy was too busy being Miss Popular to notice what I wanted.
After having my heart broken, I’d decided to leave my town, and my sister, to go to college out of state. For the past four years, I’d done nothing but work to make a life for myself. We were still the best of friends, but going home was too hard for me to face and I hadn’t been back since they’d gotten married.
I wanted my sister to be happy, even if it meant I never would be. She didn’t have the brains, or the successful future that I knew was coming to me.
But, she’d always have the one thing I wanted.
The one thing, I could never have.
A late night phone call brought me back to town. I should have never considered her request. It wasn’t right to pretend to be her, but she said she was in trouble. I had to help her.
I’d dreamed of being her for five years. I envied their relationship. I wanted her life.
What was I willing to risk to take it for myself?
I’m Willow Green and this is my story...
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Review by Dawn
ARC provided for an honest review
5 HUGE Stars!
I had the pleasure of reading an ARC copy of the revamped Twinsequences & holy moly was it good. I felt so bad for Willow when I found out what her twin sister, Ivy, was like & what she was doing. My heart hurt many times throughout this story, thanks to Ivy. She was bad. The evil twin & I wanted to strangle her. The stuff Willow went through should've made her weak, but it didn't. She did what she thought was best & went on with her life. Crap hits the fan when she has to go back to her hometown because her sister needs her help. You would so not believe the drama that goes on & the evil ideas Ivy has. I'm still shocked & its been a couple weeks. The twists & turns that Jennifer Foor puts in her books amaze me every time I read one. She had me smiling, laughing, melting & even crying (which i don't do often). I wasn't sure how this book was going to end, but she did a damn good job with keeping me intrigued til the very end. There were many times I was so into it, that I blocked out everything around me. I highly recommend Twinsequences & I can't wait to read Ivy's POV in book 2. I seriously NEED to know what her problem was.