Rae reads... Me or Her? by Carrie Stone

About the book:

Twin sisters Paige and Ruby Mills, may look similar but they’re chalk and cheese when it comes to many things - including their taste in men.


When Ruby secures her dream job at JMT advertising agency, she is delighted to get the charming Giovanni as her boss. With her sensual looks and commanding nature she’s in no doubt she’ll manage to reel him in.

Bohemian and free-spirited Paige is struggling with both the prospect of dating and growing her interior design business, so when she finds herself at the centre of Giovanni’s attention and becomes an unexpected modeling sensation, it leaves a seething Ruby trailing in her shadow....

As Paige leaves London and her unpretentious ways behind her to flit amongst the Miami jet set, Ruby begins a new journey of her own, unraveling her career and navigating the rocky path of romance.




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My thoughts:

I loved the dynamic of twins as Paige and Ruby are complete opposites, I liked each character but for different reasons. Ruby was the feisty one and Paige was the more quiet twin but as the story moved along their personalities began to change. It was great how my opinions on each twin changed too throughout the story. Paige and Ruby were both well written along with their love interests, whether you liked them or not.

The story moved at a good pace and pretty much kept my interest throughout with no slow parts. I found this book entertaining and it was a good length, not too short or too long. It is an easy going and fun story that is perfect for unwinding with.


Overall:

Me or Her? is an enjoyable story that kept me entertained throughout!

Four stars from me!

Thank you to Carrie Stone for kindly sending me my copy in exchange for an honest and unbiased opinion.

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