Book Reviews of Double Take

Double Take
Double Take
Author: Brenda Joyce
ISBN-13: 9780312991456
ISBN-10: 0312991452
Publication Date: 4/2005
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 48 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
While I appreciated the mystery aspects of this novel the main character, Kait, got on my nerves a lot. She was a little to wimpy/victim for my tastes but I did like most of the supporting characters. Not the best 'twin switching places' book I've read but not the worst either.
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I truly enjoyed this book more than I thought I would. I originally thought it would annoy me, but the only thing I found annoying was Kait's absolute trust in everything, no matter the evidence to the contrary. Otherwise, it was a wonderful story, masterfully written.
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i like this book
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I finished this book in about 2 days and enjoyed every bit of it for I just couldn\'t put it down and this was the first I have read by this author.
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Couldn't put it down. Mysterty entined with romance.
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A fantastic tale of passion and intrigue with lots of twists and turns.
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Fast moving right from the start.
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**** This is a great book about twins.
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This is another new author for me and I loved it!! I am going out to buy another of her books.
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good twin, bad twin. fast moving and easy read
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Very good reading. Characters and dialogue worked well. I couldn't put the book down!!
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Great Romantic Read.
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This is an excellent book. Brenda Joyce if fabulous!
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Loved it! Fun to read!!
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This is the first time I read this author and I could not put the book down. It was easy to read, hooking you from the beginning. The story line was both complex and simple. There weren't too many layers, but just enough to keep you intested. I would absolutely recommend this book to anyone!
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They ere two of a kind-until murder set them apart.
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"Kait London has been estranged from her twin sister for years. She has never understood why and has always regretted it. When her phone rings in the mddle of the night, Kait leanrs that Lana desperately needs her help. All Kait has to do is tae her place, for two days, at her home in the horse contry od Virgina. If Kait can play this role convincingly enough, she will save Lana's life...
This is a game the twins have played before. But never like this. For the charade is much more difficult to pull off then when they were children. Lana has many secrets, secrets she has keptfrom everyone, including Kait - and she has as many enemies, including her own husband. Kait hadn't been expecting Trev Coleman to be in residence. Worse, she is soon forced to recognize how darkly seductive he is - and that he may very well be her worst enemy. Then she discovers that someone is deliberately stalking Lana, but Kait is the trapped prey..."

Loved the plot and most of the characters. Since I am not a twin thought I didn't feel/understand the need to protect her twin the way Kait did towards the end but it was a fun read and I look forward to reading something from this author again.
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Kait has been estranged from her twin sister for years. When her phone rings in the middle of the night she realises that her sister Lana desperately needs her help. Kait has to take Lana's place for two days. Will she play the roll convincingly enough to save Lana's life.