This was without a doubt one of the better suspense reads that I've had the chance to read in awhile. The whole premise of having a second chance to live life the way you would like to when things didn't quite go the way you would like them the first time is great. Add to that a twin sister that may or may not be all that she appears to be and a new admire that doesn't have good intentions and you have the makings of a great page turning read.
This was the first time I've ever read Hunter Morgan and I must admit to being impressed. This was a fast read that kept me glued to the pages until the final chilling pages. This is one read that I recommend to those that love SUSPENSE in their "romantic supsense" reads.
This is the first in a trilogy. Yo don't find out "who did it" until the end of the third. Make sure you also get She'll Never Know and She'll Never Live to complete the trilogy.
I usually like Morgan Hunter's books but this one is really boring and takes forever to draw you into the story. You don't even get a chance to know Marcy before the accident, except to know that she is fat, her teenage daughter is embarrassed to be seen with her and she's having marital problems. There is no connection to any of the characters and they are all one dimensional. Except Claire, the Chief of Police, who is investigating the Bloodsucker, a serial killer targeting blond women.
Since this is the first book in a trilogy, I must assume that Claire is actually the main character since the serial killer works throughout the three books. This is actually a good thing because if the remaining books centered around Marcy and her family, I would not be reading them. With Claire as the main character, they should be okay.
After about 150 pages, I finally got hooked and had to see who the serial killer was and how Marcy was going to adjust to her new face and deal with her husband. The book redeemed itself a little (3 stars instead of 2) with the ending but it was tough getting there.