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Double Trouble af Deborah Cooke
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Double Trouble (udgave 2012)

af Deborah Cooke (Forfatter)

Serier: The Coxwells (book 2)

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What did James Coxwell ever see in my twin sister Marcia? (I mean, besides her sparkling good looks.) I know what she saw in him -money, prestige, and more money...Well, she’s stolen the boy’s rose colored glasses this time. Since hubby stopped raking in the big bucks, Marcia’s left him and the kids for parts unknown. But, for a guy who’s lost his job, his marriage, and his status toys, James is pulling it together pretty well. It’s not just how good he looks in jeans. It’s that he’s not giving up what’s important to him, and oh baby, I’m a sucker for a guy who hangs tough.That doesn’t mean I’ll play happy homemaker now that Mommie Dearest has gone AWOL. And it doesn’t mean that I’m going to fall for James’ easy charm, not again anyhow…Besides, I’ve had a lifelong policy of not being mistaken for my twin and I’m not backing down on that one now -no matter how convenient it might be for a certain sexy (and dangerously persuasive) man…… (mere)
Medlem:ImTheNana
Titel:Double Trouble
Forfattere:Deborah Cooke (Forfatter)
Info:Deborah A. Cooke (2012), Edition: 2.5, 286 pages
Samlinger:Kindle, eBook, Dit bibliotek
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I read it because I knew the author, Deborah Cooke, from her Dragonfire series. This is the only book in the Coxwell Series I've read and it stood alone just fine, I never felt I was missing something that must have been covered in book #1.

The story was pleasant but predictible with a warm HEA. The reason I'd urge you to read this book are the Characters!! Maralys and James are wonderfully real; the supporting cast are great too. And the snark between Maralys and the others, you just have to read it and enjoy. ( )
  CC123 | Aug 10, 2015 |
on Thursday, July 24, 2008 I wrote about this book:


Finished this book yesterday. I must admit it is not my cup of tea. It was a struggle to read to be honest.
Guess this is more romance than chick lit and I have discovered that I do not like romance anymore.

( )
  Marlene-NL | Apr 12, 2013 |
I loved this story. Double Trouble starts out like any other chick lit--first person, with a quirky, fun heroine, full of humor and with the heroine in situations outside her comfort zone. True, she's a bit older than the usual chick lit heroine, but I thought I knew what to expect--a fun, light romp.

It was a fun, light, romp--the way Jennifer Crusie's books are fun, light, romps--the humor is like that spoonful of sugar that makes the serious subjects more palatable. Fun with depth--perfect.

Maralys has always thought of herself as "the bad twin"--the one who always got into trouble, the one who married the wrong man and ended up with a pile of debt, the one with the unconventional lifestyle, the one who didn't give her father grandchildren, and mostly, not the one her parents preferred.

She's used to picking up the pieces for everyone else and expecting nothing in return. So when her nephew calls from swim practice, saying his mom is late picking him up and his dad isn't home, she drops everything to ride to the rescue..... Only to find that her sister, the "good twin," has left her husband and sons, leaving only a note behind.

Not only that, but her brother-in-law has inexplicably lost his position in the family law firm, is wallowing in debt, much of it run up by her sister, and the man she's always despised is starting to look pretty appealing.

Maralys resists the pull of love and family with all her might, but fate, and James's determination and faith pull her inexorably in.

Double Trouble is a fabulous story of a woman learning she's more than she thinks she is, finding that her independence masks a fear that she'll be found wanting, and learning to trust love--not just romantic love, but the love of family and friends as well.

I laughed aloud and cried. Double Trouble has earned a place on my keeper shelf, and I'll be reading it again. ( )
  Darla | Mar 23, 2007 |
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What did James Coxwell ever see in my twin sister Marcia? (I mean, besides her sparkling good looks.) I know what she saw in him -money, prestige, and more money...Well, she’s stolen the boy’s rose colored glasses this time. Since hubby stopped raking in the big bucks, Marcia’s left him and the kids for parts unknown. But, for a guy who’s lost his job, his marriage, and his status toys, James is pulling it together pretty well. It’s not just how good he looks in jeans. It’s that he’s not giving up what’s important to him, and oh baby, I’m a sucker for a guy who hangs tough.That doesn’t mean I’ll play happy homemaker now that Mommie Dearest has gone AWOL. And it doesn’t mean that I’m going to fall for James’ easy charm, not again anyhow…Besides, I’ve had a lifelong policy of not being mistaken for my twin and I’m not backing down on that one now -no matter how convenient it might be for a certain sexy (and dangerously persuasive) man…

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