Double Take by Brenda Joyce

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From New York Times bestselling author Brenda Joyce comes an alluring novel of a woman’s dangerous quest to protect her twin sister---and the secrets, lies, and deceptions that threaten them both. . . .

Kait London has been estranged from her twin sister for years. She has never understood why and has always regretted it. When her phone rings in the middle of the night, Kait learns that Lana desperately needs her help. All Kait has to do is take her place, for two days, at her home in the horse country of Virginia. If Kait can play this role convincingly, she will save Lana’s life.

This is a game the twins have played before. But never like this. For the charade is much more difficult to pull off than when they were children. Lana has many secrets, secrets she has kept from everyone, including Kait---and she has as many enemies---including her own husband. Kait had not been expecting Trev Coleman to be in residence. Worse, she is soon forced to recognize how darkly seductive he is---and that he may very well be her worst enemy.

And then Kait realizes that she is directly in the line of fire. Someone is deliberately stalking Lana, but Kait is the trapped prey. Filled with stunning twists and turns, with mind games and body heat, Double Take is a taut romantic thriller from an author who delivers one surprise after another until the very last page.
 

About Brenda Joyce

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New York Times bestselling romance novelist Brenda Joyce has won a number of awards for her work, including a Best Western Romance award for her debut novel, a Best Historical Romance award, and two lifetime achievement awards from Romantic Times BOOKreviews.
 
Published July 9, 2003 by St. Martin's Press. 384 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Kait London and her sister, Lana, have been estranged for years when out of the blue, Kait gets a phone call from her wayward twin.

Jul 25 2003 | Read Full Review of Double Take

The New York Review of Books

It hasn’t been pre-tested with focus groups but insists on speaking only in the singular voice of Mel Brooks.” And yet despite the fact that it’s based on Brooks’s most famous movie (a critical failure for which he nonetheless won an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay in 1968), and boast...

Jun 21 2001 | Read Full Review of Double Take

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