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The Apollonides Mistress Scandal
Gemma Allen is a singer on a quest for the truth about what happened to her sister. Three years ago, Mandy Allen assumed Gemma's identity and came to the three Greek islands laid claim by Angelo Apollonides, the "Resort King." When Mandy returned from her travels, she was addicted to the drugs that would soon take her life. Pretending to be her sister with a bad case of amnesia, Gemma has begun tracing the steps that led to her sister's downfall. Could Angelo be the one that took Mandy's life away, or will he simply take Gemma's breath away?
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- JAB 04/15/2015 1 people found the following review helpful
It feels in so many harlequin books about twins, that there has to be the bad twin. In story, we have the heroine going around pretending to be her sister in order to find out the events that led to her death. On the way, she meets the hero who knows the heroine's twin intimately and left on bad terms. The heroine plays along, lying to face to the hero with reason but the hero has his own reason too. The hero and the heroine start to share some special moments based on lies of course. What surprised me next was the heroine actually going to bed with the hero. I mean, she should have held herself back she came on this trip in order to ind out what happened to her sister. Then after while, the heroine finally tells the hero the truth and frankly, I don't blame him for being cold. Why? Because both the heroine and her sister lied to him and probably in his view; used him. The hero did have a right to leave. I did like how the heroine took because she did lie, but she did go back to tell him the news. I did find it interesting of how the heroine passed her feelings onto the hero. I do like how they become honest in the end, but the fact that 80% of the story was based on lies kinda of ruined it for me.
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