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    N L Barrett’s So Unlike Me

    Look alikes in hair, builds, eyes but sooo different in personality. Meet Lizette and Nola Monroe, identical twin sisters. They are both from a very wealthy family. After losing their mother to a stray bullet, they were not prepared for the death of their father so soon after that incident. Now the twins have become very wealthy heiresses. The sad side, Nola has developed agoraphobic with panic attacks. She cannot go outside the house. Then Lizette’s fiancé breaks up with her on a national television reality show. How demoralizing!! Then Nola wins a contest.....a trip to Paris. Nola talks Lizette into taking her place since she is unable to leave their house. She tells Lizette this will help get over the breakup and be a fun adventure. Only the trip is to Paris, Tennessee not France!! Little did either twin know that backer of the contest is a former friend from childhood who was close to Nola. Will Lizette be able to pull off being Nola?? Will their former childhood friend, Dirk see through the twin switch?? Will the undeniable chemistry Lizette and Dirk share be ruined when her real identity surfaces?? Secrets, threats, drama, stunning emotional moments, make for an interesting, suspenseful and intriguing read plus there is some romance and humor. I volunteered to read So Unlike Me. Thanks to the author for the opportunity. My opinion is my own.
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    Heart brings it all together.

    Life is about finding that smile and turning that frown upside down. So Unlike Me finds the humor in the heartache with double the trouble and twice the fun. Lizette gets more than she bargained on when she decides to help her sister out. Not only is she escaping her own problems, but she has landed herself in the middle of someone else's. Love, life and laughter blend together to create a sun shiny day with So Unlike Me. Ms. Barrett left me in stitches with her wit and her wisdom, and let's not forget the heart that brings it all together.

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