Book Review - Stealing Her by Rachel Van Dyken - Free on Kindle Unlimited

ABOUT THE BOOK


My estranged twin brother, Julian, was always the wonder boy—and was groomed to become CEO of our ruthless father’s corporation. My mother and me? Left behind. Now, years after tearing our family apart, my father dares to ask me for a favor? Pretend to be Julian while he fights to survive a tragic accident. It can save the company. Nobody will be the wiser. It’ll be our secret.
I can play Dad’s favorite. I’ll do it for Julian. And for my mother, who’ll want for nothing.
But this double life comes with a beauty of a hitch: my very real feelings for Julian’s fiancée, Isobel. Not only am I betraying Julian, I’m deceiving a woman I love. She doesn’t suspect a thing. As lies compound, lines are crossed and loyalties tested, all I can ask myself is…What have I done?
Because sooner or later something’s got to give. There’s no way I’m giving up Isobel. But once the truth is exposed, it might not be my choice at all.

REVIEW

I was pulled into Stealing Her from the prologue until the end.  Bridge is a caring hero who isn't exactly a Beta hero but he isn't a strong Alpha either.  His best trait and his biggest downfall is his love for his Mom and his brother.  Because of this, he gets himself twisted in lies leading to him falling in love with his brother's unknowing fiance.  It was definitely one of those books I was sorry to see the end of and am eager to read Julian's story if and when it comes out.



OVERALL RATING - 5 STARS!
MATURITY RATING - 18+ a little steamy

ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Rachel Van Dyken is a Wall Street JournalUSA Today, and #1 New York Times bestselling author of regency, paranormal, and contemporary romances. Her books include the Red Card novels, Risky Play and Kickin’ It, as well as her Liars, Inc., series and her Wingmen Inc. series, which has been optioned for film. A fan of The Bachelor, Starbucks coffee, and Swedish Fish (not necessarily in that order), Rachel lives in Idaho with her husband and her adorable son. For more information about Rachel’s books and events, visit www.RachelVanDykenauthor.com.

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