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  • Mass Market Paperback: 344 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group; Reprint edition (3 Oct. 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 042521110X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425211106
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.5 x 17.3 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,615,454 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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It was a warm, sunny afternoon, the autumn leaves were at their brilliant peak, and half the population of the Twin Cities had clogged the roads to Cutterville, Minnesota, like they did every October to see the awesome color in the river valley. Read the first page
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Jasmine Haynes is a writer to watch! 3 Aug. 2005
By M. Nix - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Twin Peaks is a collection of three stories that includes Wedding Surprise by Susan Johnson and Double the Pleasure and Skin Deep by Jasmine Haynes.

In Wedding Surprise by Susan Johnson teacher Sophie Piper had been lusting after Coach Jake Finn for awhile. When she gets the chance at a friend's wedding to make her sexy dreams of Jake come true she jumps right into bed with him, little realizing that it's actually his twin brother Jasper. She soon realizes her error and her feelings for Jake haven't changed but now that it looks like she's finally got a chance with him how does she tell him that she ended up with his brother?

Susan Johnson's stories are always steamy and Wedding Surprise is no exception. I had a little trouble with the brother switch but I still enjoyed Wedding Surprise and fans of Susan Johnson will enjoy this short story.

Jasmine Haynes' Double the Pleasure and Skin Deep are by far the best stories in this collection and focuses on twin sisters Kirby and Kristin Prescott. In Double the Pleasure Kristin Prescott has been in love with her boss, Ross Sloan, for a long time. However Kristin has always been the shy and overlooked twin. In order to make her fantasies of Ross come true she pretends to be Kirby and seduces him. But once she become involved in a passionate affair with him how does she tell him that she's really his reliable secretary? Or does Ross already know? Skin Deep is Kirby's story. For two years Kirby has been having a "phone relationship" with Jack Taylor. Now Jack is moving to the same city as Kirby and is determined to make their relationship more than just talking. Kirby finds herself falling for Jack but after a devastating relationship she's afraid to let Jack inside her heart. Jasmine Haynes, who also writes as Jennifer Skully and JB Skully is quickly becoming a writer to watch. Her stories are sensual but the sensuality doesn't overload the emotional connection between the main characters. Readers who are new to Jasmine Haynes will enjoy these stories so much that they will find themselves looking for her other titles.

Melissa

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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
hot, hot sex 3 Aug. 2005
By J. C. stickler - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Susan Johnson fans will recognize her usual bedroom banter and won't be surprised by the story or the heat. In fact, her story was the reason I purchased the book. Jasmine Haynes, however, was a new author for me and I was not disappointed. Her sex scenes are much more detailed than Johnson's and therefore, much more titillating, if you know what I mean. Before even finishing her second story in this book, I looked up other stories by her and ordered them all.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Different and enjoyable. 1 May 2007
By Jane - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book consists of 3 novellas about twins.

4 stars for WEDDING SURPRISE by Susan Johnson.
Great fun. Fun characters, neat guys, surprising predicament, neat ending.

For a list of my reviews of other Susan Johnson books, see my 3 star review of "Hot Property" posted 9/30/08.

4 stars for SKIN DEEP by Jasmine Haynes.
This was different from typical romance novels. The hero was short and bald, and they had an unusual relationship. They had never met in person but had a phone sex and phone friend relationship for many months until he came to her town to meet her. I was surprised that I continued to think about this story and the characters days later.

3 stars for DOUBLE THE PLEASURE by Jasmine Haynes.
Entertaining, not great, but still fun to read.
CAUTION SPOILER:
I did not like that Kirby had a conversation with Ross with the door open. It was obvious that there would be a crisis if Kristen overheard them which was what happened.

To date, I've read one other book by Jasmine Haynes. My 3 star review of "Open Invitation" Copyright 2006 was posted 6/21/08.

Sexual content: strong. Setting: current day U.S. Copyright: 2005. Genre: contemporary romance.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A Steamy Hot Set Of Stories!!! 1 Aug. 2005
By Kristi Ahlers - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Ms. Johnson and Ms. Haynes have come together to create a fun and steamy read that is as hot as a true summer day!

Ms. Johnson's story "Wedding Surprise" is a story about a school teacher who knows exactly what she wants. What she wants is handsome football coach Jake Finn. One wedding, one misunderstanding, and one handsome hunk later leaves Sofie with a problem. Can she really trust her heart to Jake even though he's all she's ever wanted?

Ms. Haynes has contributed two stories to this read. They are the stories of Kristin and Kirby...twin sisters who find the man of their dreams in the most unlikely places.

Ms. Johnson's story is the shortest of the three and as a result not as well fleshed out as it could have been if it had a larger page count.

Ms. Haynes has created some very yummy heros. What makes her guys unusual...they aren't perfect. As a result the romance in both stories are more entertaining. In any event they are fun stories and Kristin and Kirby are very unusual ladies and perfect companions for their loves.

This was a fast-paced read that is red hot and entertaining. Ms. Johnson has long been a favorite of mine and I think that Ms. Haynes has a wonderful future ahead of her as far as her writing goes. In any event I highly recommend this read if you like hot spicy romances with very likeable characters.

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Jasmine Haynes' stories are great 12 Dec. 2008
By D. K. Stokes - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
* "Wedding Surprise" by Susan Johnson.
OMG, this was horrible. The "heroine" (and I use the word loosely) has sex with the twin brother of the guy she's been lusting after for months but hasn't worked up the guts to talk to yet. She finds out it was his twin, goes back and has sex with the twin again, then a couple of hours later hooks up with the "hero." When the hero finds out, he's angry, which makes her even more angry. He ends up apologizing, but she never does.

Gak. Ick. Yuck. I loathed this woman. 100 pages, and probably a good 50% is sex scenes, but they're pretty dull, even though the rest of the pages are the heroine telling her best friend how good the twin is in bed (whereupon the friend decides to check it out for herself). Did I say yuck already?

**** "Double the Pleasure" by Jasmine Haynes.
I think I figured out the reason for the first story. Berkley's using Susan Johnson's name to sell this book, in hopes that it'll get Jasmine Haynes, who's a much better writer, noticed. Not sure it'll work, though, if everybody quits reading after that first horrendous story.

Anyway. Secretary (admin asst) is in lust with her boss, but, well, he's her boss, so she doesn't do anything about it, until a woman calls to say she can't meet him at a bar, so the heroine decides to meet him there, posing as her twin sister.

Kind of a simple plot, but it works, we get some nice emotions from the characters, and boy, does this one look great when compared with the first one.

****½ "Skin Deep" by Jasmine Haynes.
Ah-ha! Finally checked the author bio. Jasmine Haynes = J. B. Skully, whose Max series has been highly recommended to me.

The heroine in this story is the twin of the heroine in the previous one. She's been having phone sex with the hero for 2 years, and finally meets him in person.

Like the first story in the book, there's a LOT of sex, but this time, there's a point to it. This heroine can only connect through sex. She's been burned once before (and it's not the oh, my high school boyfriend stood me up--I can never trust a man again, which makes me roll my eyes. It's reasonable for her to feel that way.)

Pretty much the story is about the difference between dominant (which the hero IS) and domineering (which he isn't, but the ex who hurt her was). There are some really great scenes about the nature of control in a relationship.

And, as a plus, the hero is shorter and balding. He's not a troll--he's got a good body, but he's not the usual 6'5" with flowing locks.

Just a really good story. It's a shame these two got classified with a dull story like Johnson's, because sex is all that one has going for it. These have an actual story. *sigh* Another author on my to-look-for list. Darnitall.
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