From New York Times bestseller Lexi Ryan comes a sexy new romance novel about a runaway bride, a single dad who’s sworn off love, and the kind of family secrets that can threaten to break even the deepest bonds.
You never forget your wedding day. Or the moment your twin sister pukes on your bouquet and confesses she’s pregnant... with your fiancé’s baby.
I wanted to get away, to hide until my heart mended. I found myself in a strange town with a mysterious stranger whose talented mouth and hands almost made me forget it was supposed to be my wedding night.
Afraid to go home to face my broken life, I pretend to be my twin so I can take her job in Jackson Harbor caring for a six-year-old girl. Imagine my surprise when I find out my new boss is my mysterious stranger — Dr. Ethan Jackson.
I never meant for Ethan to discover my secrets. I never meant for them to matter. But the longer I work with him and his sweet daughter, the harder I fall, and the clearer it becomes that I’m not the only one carrying a secret that could tear us apart.
Get ready to fall for the boys of Jackson Harbor in Lexi Ryan’s sexy new contemporary romance series. These books can all be read as standalones, but you’ll enjoy reading them as a series!
I read this book in just one day! The beginning just sucked me in! I mean, to find out your twin sister has been sleeping with your fiancé on your wedding day is just insane!
Nic takes her twin sister’s ticket and flies out. She ends up taking the nanny job her sister had agreed to. I really loved that Nic told the truth. She was very up font with the lady who hired her sister but because the woman asks her to keep it secret; she does.
Now, that first night that Nic landed in this small town, she gets so drunk that she ends up going home with Ethan. A doctor. They have a brief moment in her hotel room.
But turns out that the nanny job she agreed to take was for Ethan’s daughter... drama ensues.
Now, I’m not usually one that enjoys when the couple gets intimate really fast, but here, it didn’t bother me at all. In fact, I think that it added to the angst and drama and I freaking lived for it!
My only problem with this story was just how easily Nic forgave her twin sister for what she did. Even I, someone who sadly lets their family walk all over them (working on that), could never forgive that! Nic honestly needed to cut ties with her sister because this wasn’t the first time she’d done something awful like this and just knew Nic would clean up the mess.
Other than that, this book was a great read! I loved it!