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    Loved, The Perfect Summer Read!!

    The perfect beach for this summer. Fraternal twins different on the outside but so much the same on the inside. Finding love for the Baxter's has always been disastrous but this summer Sunshine and Margot will finally find their HEA when least expected. Loved Sunshine, this summer she is going to be a nanny for a single dad and go back to college. She has had a hard time keeping a job in the past because she will follow her heart with a new love but this time she is not going to be tempted by single dad, Declan. Declan is looking for just a fun romp, where Sunshine wants to the forever finally. Loved how they came together. Loved Declan's son, Connor! Margot, has a new job as an etiquette couch to Bianca. Margot has her job cut out teaching Bianca while living in her home, which was once a monastery. Margot loves to explore, where she meets Bianca's son, Alec. Alec is very much a loner, but soon the chemistry between them is undeniable. Susan Mallery has written a wonderful book full of emotions, family drama and sisterly love. I highly recommend.
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    Another good book from Susan Mallery. I loved Margot and Sunshine’s story. I was a little slow to like Margot, but I liked Sunshine immediately. It was fun to read about the internal struggles they have with life and how they resolve them. I thought it was very interesting to write a book that involved an etiquette coach, there must have been many hours of research involved to develop that storyline. Easy, fun book that I would definitely read again.
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    Sunshine and Margot

    This was a fun and sometimes funky story with sisters who appear to be total opposites but when you get right to the heart of it they are just looking for what we all are, someone to love and to be loved at the end. Margot is an etiquette specialist and her latest conquest is an aging movie star who is engaged to a diplomat but with her impulsive ways she needs some help to learn how to act. Oh, Margot soon wonders if she has met her match, especially when they land at the star's son's home and he is NOT like his mother. This was fun to watch develop :) Then we have Sunshine who has always been impulsive and now has sworn off men and decided to finish college but with her new job as a nanny of the young son of a newly widowed man she soon finds herself the center of his attentions. The best part of this book was the interaction between Margot and Sunshine! Sisters who have always had to rely on each other after their mother abandoned them and then were abandoned by their grandmother. They challenge each other and support each other. So, so good. Definitely a great summer read! **Received this book for review**
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    This is a book you don’t want to miss. Plus, it’s

    Can a person really change? And if so, does their motivation matter? In the end, isn’t it more important that you’re happy with who you are, not who others want you to be? Spend a few hours with Sunshine and Margot as they struggle with who they think they ought to be, and perhaps you’ll figure out a little bit about who you are, too. I definitely found myself among the pages of this book. But I always find myself in Susan Mallery’s writing. Somehow she always creates stories and characters that resemble my life. This is a book you don’t want to miss. Plus, it’s a super-fast summer read!
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    Great summer read!

    Sunshine & Margot are twins, but could not be more different! Margot is an etiquette coach, but sometimes says the wrong things. Sunshine is trying to change her image of a flighty girl, to a responsible adult. Both are looking for love but due to their past relationships they don't feel they deserve it. Read the book to discover how Susan Mallery once again gives us a happy ending.
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