3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HOT ROMANCE WITH A TWIST,
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This review is from: Down to You (Kindle Edition)
Olivia Townsend is staying with her rich and not so nice cousin Marissa. Olivia is studying to be an accountant to help her father in his business.
While out on a hen night for one of her friends at a club, she mistakes the owner Cash Davenport for the stripper. The next morning she meets Marissa's boyfriend for the first time, and is horrified to discover he is Cash. But is quickly corrected by Marissa who informs her that this is Nash Davenport. Cash and Nash are identical twins. Olivia immediately prefers Nash as he is in the last throes of his internship to be a lawyer. Whereas Cash is the archetypal bad boy complete with tattoos. Olivia has her her fair share of bad experiences with bad boys. But Nash is totally off limits he is Marissa's. but as both brothers are totally gorgeous Olivia can't help wanting them both.
While the idea for this story is good. There were parts that I didn't like too much. The writing is good, even though here and there the plot felt a little forced. The sex scenes were very hot and passionate and were well written.
What I was not so keen on was the cheating element of the story. Olivia is quick to tell her friend Ginger when she encourages her to go for Nash. That she is not that girl who poaches others boyfriends. It's a shame that her actions do not match her words. In fact at one point there is a scene where I was amazed at Olivia's attitude. Oh but it was all okay because Marissa isn't a nice person! As for Nash and Cash they might be gorgeous, but they are manipulative and economical with the truth themselves. The twist when it was revealed was no surprise to me as I had very quickly guessed what it was almost from the start. Plus I was expecting a complete story here. This though ends on a cliffhanger. I was surprised as nowhere in the Amazon blurb that i could see does it say that this is Part one of a series.
Overall I liked it, just not as much as as those who thought that this was worth five stars.