Happily-ever-after, here we come, complete with rainbows, flowers, gurgling mountain streams, mistaken identities, and everything else!
I do wish Ava/Audrey and Zach had had more time to play with his family. They were having such fun, and then they had to go off to the mountains, and when they came back, Audrey/Ava was waiting for them, and everything crashed and burned in a matter of hours. That was the best part, for me, the sheer audacity of what they were doing and how much fun they were having with it. I admit, the rope was a bit of a surprise to me given her assumed personality, but it appeared to work just fine.
This is a cheerful, happy, and quick read. A little bare and obvious of plot sometimes, but the entertainment value makes up for it just fine.
It’s a classic case of mistaken identity. But this time, it’s no mistake.
Plans go hilariously and seductively awry when mild-mannered Audrey Thompson dresses as Ava, her flamboyant but cowardly twin. It is Audrey's task, as Ava, to break up with Ava's fiancé, Zach Banister. However, as Audrey is stuffing her bra and tottering around in her sister's stilettos, she falls for Zach instead. Little does she know Zach has an agenda all his own.