- Breathless Press
- Release Date
- December 2010
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
After a car accident last Christmas, Cara McCourt is left broken inside and out. Since then, no guy has bothered to give her the time of day. Just when she's convinced that no man will ever be interested in her again, she bumps into Anthony while holiday shopping. Unsure at first, Cara is quickly wooed by the man who thinks she is beautiful-despite her disfigurement.
Uncertain if Anthony is too good to be true, she takes a chance, only to find out he's been keeping a secret: His twin brother, Devon. Too late, Cara is drawn into their games. Will her wounded soul survive their deceit or did Santa actually bring her the ultimate gift: two men of her own?
Book Review by Ashia (reviewer)
Dec 29, 2010 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
137 people found the following review helpful
This holiday season, treat yourself to the most decadent fantasy!
Cara was despairing over what present to give her mom for Christmas when she knocked into someone at the crowded mall. The person--Anthony--helped her gather her things and suggested he buy her coffee as the collision was partly his fault. One date turned into two and then, something she never thought of happened...
Anthony is just so unbelievably cute, and I don't mean his looks. It's in the way he treated Cara, the way he made her feel that she is more than her scars. His easy-going and humorous attitude in the first scene also captivated me and spurred me to read onward.
Cara, on the other hand, has been dealt a bad blow by the society that placed a person's value on looks. Injured in an accident, she was ashamed of the scar on her cheek, but her wounds go deeper than what can be seen. And though she couldn't believe a gorgeous guy like Anthony would be interested in her, his oft-repeated reassurances and attentions were beginning to heal her, when it seemed she might have been played the fool once again...
This book is a every woman's greatest fantasy coming true--a gorgeous guy interested in you when you thought no one would ever be again. Not only that but he comes in two's! How much better could that get?
While this is a fun, sexy, feel-good read, more sexual tension would've amped the intensity of the attraction and made the resulting encounter that much more satisfying. Also, the easy way she capitulated into Anthony's arms seems rather quick, considering the insecurity she had regarding her looks. But perhaps, despite her protests, she wanted to believe that there's a man who saw beneath her looks to the woman beneath.
At 30 or so pages, TWO IS TWICE AS NICE will warm you up quick in this cold holiday season.
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