The Good Sister

"The Good Sister" was a little weird but in a good way. You get a lot of intriguing things happening when dealing with twins and this situation is no different. All Isla wanted was to go to sleep and drift away into lala land. That's soon disturbed when she gets an unexpected visit from her celebrity crush, Bradley. There is only one problem, he belongs to her twin, Carrie.

What is a girl to do when a gorgeous guy comes in to the room thinking she’s his? Does she tell the truth and let him know that she is in fact Isla? Or does she play along and pretend to be Carrie and get the guy?

"The Good Sister" has so many turns and at some points is funny. I enjoyed reading this book even if Isla and her sister are a little out there. Watching Isla try to figure out what was going on with Carrie and why she was hiding out was something. Carrie in her own way found a new path and I’m glad. Nobody can truly know how draining a celebrity’s life is until your a celebrity yourself. Though I applaud Carrie for taking a break from a stressful situation, I do not like the way she went about it.

Book Blurb for The Good Sister


When Isla Evans agrees to switch lives with her rising star of a twin for three weeks, she has no idea the move will thrust her into the same bed as her teenage celebrity heartthrob, Bradley King. Trapped there at her sister’s request, she gives her desire free reign and finds herself falling hard and fast.

And she’s not alone.

Bradley wants a wife to tick all the boxes, save for one: love. It’s not part of the deal, never was, never will be. But when he returns home early to find his hopeful-fiancée behaving all sorts of different, he likes it. A lot. Suddenly, he wants a real marriage, with all the trimmings, and he will stop at nothing until he gets it.

But this Hollywood HEA faces one big hurdle—she’s not who he thinks she is…

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2018 3.50