Fool Me Twice
When it comes to pleasing her twin sister, Megan
O'Connor is an easy touch. She'll do just about anything to
gain Kristen's approval, including trading places with her.
After all, Kristen's plan promises to get Megan out of a
dead-end job and make them both rich. It will be a nice
reward for a little genealogical investigation — something
that couldn't have happened without the help of Kristen's
new LDS acquaintances. And who could blame the twins
for using a tiny bit of deceit to manipulate an inheritance
out of someone as demanding as their estranged Aunt
All Megan has to do is pretend to be Kristen, move into
Evelyn's house, and take care of the wealthy old woman
until her failing health kills her. It shouldn't take too long. It
shouldn't be too difficult. Megan's the nice one. Except for
the lie, the task is a natural fit. Everything would be perfect
if she could just ignore the guilt — a feeling that only grows
stronger as she spends more time with the new friends
Kristen arranged for her.
But soon Megan discovers that there is more to worry
about. She's living in a house of illusions where she isn't the
only one playing a part. Someone has developed a new plotline
that ends with a death scene — and in this version, the
victim won't die of natural causes.
Beneath the surface of the sleepy New England town of
Britteridge, deceit weaves a deadly web where turnabout isanything but fair play.
By skye , Submitted on 2015-02-25
I thought this new author did a wonderful job. It took a minute to really get into this book but once I did there was no turning back. It is well worth the read.
By Kylie, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I had heard that Stephanie Black was a promising new author and this book proves it. Mysterious and intense it keeps you engaged from beginning to end.
By Kerry, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I read this book in one sitting. I couldn't tear myself away from the story long enough to eat, answer the phone, or let the dog out. (More than once I'm sure I even forgot to breathe!)It's not only spellbinding in its intensity, it's beautifully written. , Stephanie Black is indeed a bright new star in LDS fiction!