Noah and Sarah are completely believable and lovable; rooting for them throughout the whole book.
Nice quick read, a typical Harlequin type romance. I did like it quite a bit though.
A dangerous association led to an equally dangerous scheme...
Sara Madison agreed to Malcolm Brand's unorthodox request, but for one reason only: a chance for revenge. Brand wanted her to copy several of his valuable paintings - and Brand was the man responsible for her deceased father's business failure many years ago.
Soon she learned he was illegally acquiring an ancient Turkish crown. Sara had only to secure it and return it to its rightful owners - then see Brand punished.
But her plan was complicated by the untimely arrival of Noah Lancaster, who claimed to be a reporter for an art magazine. Sara was forced to cast her lot with his - or suffer the consequences...
Fun twin switching frolic.
In the middle of the night, Cary Mitchell flees Charleston to obtain help from his twin brother Grant better known as "Mitch". Cary owes bookie Flash Gorman twenty grand that if he does not pay now will lead to broken kneecaps. Cary also mentions that he has stolen from the till of a bar filled with dirty money to pay off some of the debt. What he fails to tell his sibling, an Atlanta cop, is that the reason he fled town is that Flash expects Cary to pay his tab by breaking the kneecaps of other clients behind in their remittance.
Mitch decides that the best course of action is to hand Flash over to the police so when Cary refuses to play, Mitch offers to go undercover as Cary in a BAIT AND SWITCH operation. The first problem surfaces when Cary's girlfriend Peyton McDowell, daughter of a DA, arrives yelling at the switched Mitch. Others surface, but as he tries to solve his brother's problems, nothing goes right especially when it comes to Peyton because he begins falling in love with his sibling's girlfriend.
Siblings switching places is a theme that is as old as the Old Testament yet Darlene Gardner keeps her story line fresh by enabling the readers to distinguish between the twins because their personalities remain in tact. This especially occurs with Peyton confused by Mitch's change in behavior and attitude. Thus amusing situations arise, as nothing is smooth as expected with a long-term identity exchange. The BAIT AND SWITCH of Mitch and Cary leads to a fun frolic for readers.