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The One for Me

The One for Me PETER His Lips on Her Body Were Like Flame to Dynamite It was a ridiculous masquerade pretending to be his twin brother at a business dinner but Peter Wesley grew utterly confused when his guest ret

  • Title: The One for Me
  • Author: Mary Kay McComas
  • ISBN: 9780553442120
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • PETER His Lips on Her Body Were Like Flame to Dynamite It was a ridiculous masquerade, pretending to be his twin brother at a business dinner, but Peter Wesley grew utterly confused when his guest returned from the powder room and promptly stole his heart She looked astonishingly like the woman he d dined with earlier, but he was convinced that the cool firePETER His Lips on Her Body Were Like Flame to Dynamite It was a ridiculous masquerade, pretending to be his twin brother at a business dinner, but Peter Wesley grew utterly confused when his guest returned from the powder room and promptly stole his heart She looked astonishingly like the woman he d dined with earlier, but he was convinced that the cool fire and passionate longing in her bright blue eyes was new and dangerously irresistible.He Touched Her as No Man Ever HadKatherine Asher hated impersonating her look alike sisters, and seeing Peter made her regret she d ever agreed When he kissed her with primitive yearning, she ached to admit her secret and that she wanted him for herself Once the charade was revealed, Peter wooed her with fierce pleasure until she surrendered She d always taken her happiness last, but was she ready to put her love for him first

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    1. 3.5 stars - Let me start off by getting it out there, The One for Me is a republish from 20 years ago. Can we tell? No, not really. If only by the lack of technology, but honestly it’s not really missing. There are no miscommunications via texting or cell phone conversations. No, the story doesn’t need it. The One for Me is a slightly old fashioned romance story with classic twist and misunderstandings of identity and career conflict. There is also a bit of personal challenge and growth that [...]

    2. Triplets pulling a "switch-up" because 1 sister double-booked 2 men on the same night. So her 2 identical sisters help out by pretending they are Corrie. Quinn has dinner with him, then Katherine has dessert. Only this date, John, isn't really John, it's his twin brother, Peter. John didn't want to go, so Peter stepped in for him. When Katherine returns to the table after the "switch-up" in the bathroom, Peter notices something different in her eyes, but he can't place it, and Katherine can't be [...]

    3. What first attracted me to this book was the beautiful yellow tulips on the cover. It wasn't until I was started this review that I see this is actually a book first published in 1994 with an updated cover. This was an okay romance with some comical parts with triplets changing places when one sister has two dates at the same time. And they didn't know the guy involved has a twin and they are doing the same trading places thing. At times, I felt like it was really confusing. Figuring out who was [...]

    4. ***ARC from NetGalley in Exchange for an honest review***This one was a little MEH for me. Triplets filling in for each other and love at first sight?!? I mean okay…then pair it with a set of twins doing the same. What do you get? Confusion. It got really tiresome keeping track of who’s who and did Corrie and John really sleep together thinking they were different people or the correct people? Anyway, that debacle got resolved quickly and the rest was Katherine coming to terms with her “sa [...]

    5. I was first drawn to this book by the cover (the one with flowers). I also enjoyed Something About Sophie and What Happened to Hannah. I did not realize this book was from 1994. I just couldn't get into it and it seemed so far fetched. Twins and triplets pretending to be their siblings. Three days later they are all in love so naturally something happens to break them up. The book jumped around too much and more detail was needed. I would have thought Katherine's sisters would have been in the b [...]

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