Saturday, October 16, 2010

Review: Daughter’s of Hollywood by Sally Royer-Derr

Daughter’s of Hollywood by Sally Royer-Derr

Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 2



Smart, rich and beautiful, identical twins, Isabella and Caitlyn Alvarez, have it all. After a heated argument, one sister betrays the other with life changing consequences. Will her betrayal break the bond between them, or will the love they find in their lives bring them together again?

Dodie’s Review

I have to say, I love books where everything is tied up in a neat bow at the end of the book. Isabella and Caitlyn are sisters, who despite looking exactly alike are completely different. I'm so glad that Sally Royer – Derr resisted the temptation to have the twins switch places and cause all kinds of mayhem. Better than just focusing on one twin, this story focuses on both sisters. Despite the pain of their early childhood, the girls overcame the trauma of their parents' divorce and have forged a tight relationship both with each other and their father.

So the girls have a horrible fight, and one sister seriously betrays the other. Immediately they regret their fight, but the damage has been done. Not the argument, for the sisters quickly apologize and make up, the betrayal. Caitlyn manages to snag the perfect man for her. Isabella, who in many ways is the more troubled twin, eventually finds the perfect man for her as well. Then the sisters uncover the betrayal, and it threatens to destroy everything they hold dear.

I loved this book. It was a great, fast read. Go buy it today.

4 Tea Cups!

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