E–pub [The Other Twin] AUTHOR Katherine Stone


  • Paperback
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  • The Other Twin
  • Katherine Stone
  • English
  • 10 October 2019
  • 9781551667478

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Read The Other Twin Free read Ë eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ñ Katherine Stone Katherine Stone ñ 7 Summary Over 30 years ago Claire Forrester survived the terrible car accident that killer her husband and sent her into early labor Now her daughter Paige is a successful oncologist battling he. Author Katherine StonePages 297Genre Modern FictionFirst Published 2003First Line You re not going to marry herSynopsis On a rainy night Claire Forrester her beloved husband and in laws are in a car accident that leaves Clarie s husband and parents dead and Claire in early labourThirty years later Claire s daughter Paige is a talented doctor who goes above and beyond to help her cancer patients to the detriment of her personal life Gwen St James a make up artist at a local TV station is asked by Claire to come into the hospital to make over one of her patients who has been ravaged by cancer Paige and Gwen both feel a connection between them and become close friends uickly Meanwhile Claire starts to have flashbacks to the night of the accident and can t uite help feeling that she s about to unlock some dark family secrets that her subconscious has kept from her for the past 30 yearsMy Thoughts This was one of those books that I picked up merely based on a uick glance of the book cover I was in the library looking for a book to take to the beach I wanted a Sydney Sheldon type read filled with delicious deception back stabbing and loads of twists and the occasional Alexis Carrington esue cat fight wouldn t go unappreciated either In other words I wanted a perfect beach readSadly this book just didn t measure up I finished it but barely The overall storyline that was described on the book jacket sounded intriguing but the writing just didn t cut it for meFirst of all there were uite a few characters but I never felt like I got to know any of them even though throughout the book the author continually spoon fed the reader characters inner thoughts A character would be speaking but at the same time their inner thoughts were printed in italics Not needed if the writing was better Kind of likeHi Paige I can t believe I just bumped into you here I hope she doesn t think I ve been waiting around for her That kind of thing I don t need to be spoon fed character s thoughts It just comes off as annoyingThere was also the added confusion about who was who I had a hard time remembering which stunningly handsome man went with which utterly gorgeous woman Everyone was just so darn pretty that no one really stood out and that made my gag reflex start to tingle just a bit The author couldn t throw in an average gal who may wear Spanx and perhaps a guy without a great tan a cleft or a dimpleThe people and the storylines in this book worked out too perfectly for me and felt contrived and utterly unbelievable First of all the happenstance meeting of several of the characters that then turned into long lost relationships is too out there to be plausible There s fate and then there s Oh pullleeezeThere were also a plethora of subplots going on what is with me picking books lately with oodles of superfluous subplots which just made the overall storyline feel too convoluted and I ended up not really caring about any storyline Add to the fact that there was an overabundance of issues being dealt with and it got really drawn out and complicated when it didn t have to be For example this book deals with postpartum depression kidney disease organ donors neglectchild abuse Too much goin onThe final straw which happened right at the end SPOILER ALERTis when both twins get pregnant and announce their pregnancies to their mother at the same time Oh come on Really That little gem felt like something out of a Sweet Valley High book Don t get me wrong I loved Sweet Valley High when I was 12 years old I m much too jaded now to believe that all these connections and revelations just happen This was an intriguing storyline but unfortunately was poorly executed I felt totally let down and a little ticked that the book wasn t nearly as good as the write up on the book jacket made it out to beMy Rating 155 starsFor of my book reviews check out my blog wwwthebakingbookwormblogspotcom A Song of Ice and Fire into early labor Now her daughter Paige The Two Mrs Abbotts is a successful oncologist battling he. 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Free read Ë eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ñ Katherine StoneThe Other Twin

Read The Other Twin Free read Ë eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ñ Katherine Stone Katherine Stone ñ 7 Summary R own medical condition one that reuires life saving surgery At the hospital where she works Paige meets Gwen St James an accomplished make up artist whose own past is filled with uesti. OK I first gave it four stars but then considered that it redeemed itself at the end and upgraded to five For awhile though the storyies was very confusing to me and it took awhile to put it all together Over all it was a good read with a satisfying ending I was impressed with the medical knowledge then remembered that the author is herself a doctorAlso I was impressed with the fact that there was no explicit sex or offensive language used

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Read The Other Twin Free read Ë eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ñ Katherine Stone Katherine Stone ñ 7 Summary Ons Raised in a convent Gwen never knew the identity of her parents Soon the ties of friendship between Paige and Gwen grow into something stronger something like the ties between siste. I read this book based on a recommendation not my usual type of book but I really enjoyed the intertwined stories Very moving story


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    Katherine Stone ñ 7 Summary Free read Ë eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ñ Katherine Stone Read The Other Twin I don't remember just why I picked this book I really did enjoy it Paige Gwen and Claire are all trying to keep a secret of their own Paige is a doctor but her kidneys are failing and she doesn't want her mother Claire to know She mee

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