I’m in trouble.
On the brink of losing everything I’ve worked for, I have a choice to make. Sit back and watch it all evaporate before my eyes, or accept a deal with the devil himself, my identical twin brother, Matthew.
He has agreed to fund my floundering cattle ranch if I do three things:
1. Oversee the redecorating of his apartment in the famed Bachelor Tower in Boston.
2. Make sure his latest business deal proceeds without a hitch.
3. Break up with his girlfriend, Kyla.
Seems easy enough, right?
Pretending to be my brother is hard enough, but tossing in an instant attraction to my brother’s girlfriend adds an extra layer of complication I wasn’t prepared for. All I have to do is get through three weeks portraying my brother, and I’m home free.
Shouldn’t be too hard, as long as I can keep my heart out of the deal.
*Bachelor Swap is a sexy contemporary romance addition to Ruth Cardello’s Bachelor Tower World.
When I first read the blurb for this book, I thought “Hmm, that sounds interesting!” Twins, switching places?!? I just don’t see anything but mayhem coming from this! But it sounds like fun, and an interesting story! Keep in mind, I’ve not read any of the Bachelor Tower books, so this one definitely stands on its own. This story definitely didn’t let me down, and kept me reading until the last page!
Mason loves his life, but it’s not an easy one. He’s on the verge of loosing everything he’s worked so hard for, when his brother offers him a deal he can’t refuse. Even if he doesn’t particularly like it.
Kyla has a life that most would envy, but she knows that something is missing. Even the most perfect life can be imperfect. But she lives each day to the fullest, filling her life with people (and animals!) that make her happy.
I don’t want to say too much, because I don’t want to give anything away, but this book was interesting to say the least. It had a wonderful story line, great characters, and explosive chemistry. There were lots of surprises, things I didn’t see coming, and a few things that I did see coming, because they were just too perfect. It was definitely a fun story, one that I enjoyed and would recommend to anyone looking for a HEA or characters that leave you smiling!