Maggie McCrae retreated to Idaho with her thirteen year old daughter after the death of her husband. With the guilt she felt over his death, Maggie was barely coping, and she also had her daughter, Becca's hostility to deal with. When she gets one of the rare 'messages' from her twin Mary Theresa nee Marquise, she knows something is wrong. For only at times when Mary Theresa is in the most distress is she able to talk to Maggie through her mind. The only thing that sticks is that she blames her ex-husband, and Maggie's one time love.
Thane Walker has his own agenda, and he doesn't care what he has to do to accomplish it. When his vindictive ex-wife dissapears after dropping a bombshell on him, he knows that it's probably nothing more than a stunt for publicity. When the police suspect him of being responsible for her dissaperance, he decides to go to Maggie, the only woman he's ever loved.
Twice Kissed is a very emotional tale which started almost twenty years earlier. With jealousy and betrayal the key, Thane and Maggie race to find out what happened to Marquise while both dealing with trust issues. I really enjoy all of Jackson's books as she puts so much emotion into them, you can't help but be sucked right in.