Maggie’s Ruse by Anne Leigh Parrish is a Women’s Fiction story of twins going their separate ways only to find themselves wishing for more..
“Maggie and Marta Dugan are identical twins. Their relationship has the usual sisterly strains, until home alone one afternoon, Maggie masquerades as Marta when a friend of hers drops by. The ruse is quickly discovered, a rift between the sisters ensues, and they go their separate ways. But living apart is hard; real independence harder still. Will they come back together? How long until each realizes she needs the other to feel whole?”
If you are a fan of sisterhood stories with drama and revelations, you may find this one to be a great book to get into.
We follow twins on the brink of . Even though they are both struggling in their careers, their lives take a turn for the worse as one of them decides to pull a ruse leaving the other on her way out the door.
This book was a very interesting one to get into. It’s a super easy read that would fly through even though it’s hard to know what’s going on.
The characters weren’t my favorite, especially at the beginning, but, they’re the kind that by the end of the book, you’ve come to enjoy.
Overall, it was a well-written story that captured my attention, leaving this one with 3 out of 5 stars.
Published: 1 October 2019
Publisher: Unsolicited Press
Genre: Women’s Fiction
How I Read It: Paperback from TLC Book Tours
*Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from TLC Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. All of my reviews contain my honest opinions only and are not influenced I any way.*
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