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Never trust the face in the mirror....
It’s no surprise to anyone that Jeffrey Sachs, billionaire CEO of his own hotel chain, has a drop-dead gorgeous Estonian mistress. But stepping down to spend his retirement years with her? No one saw that coming - least of all his wife!
So now the prize of becoming Sachs CEO is up for grabs - and Jeffrey’s four children have until the day of his wedding to compete for the job.
The front-runner is Conway, the older son and golden boy. But Charlotte, a glamorous social media star with an Instagram-perfect family, is hugely ambitious, fully prepared to scheme and backstab to get to the top. Then there’s the dark horse: Bella, her mild-mannered, hard-working twin sister. Or could Bart, the youngest child, a sexy, incorrigible playboy, somehow catapult himself into Daddy’s good books?
In a game where the ultimate prize is power beyond your wildest dreams, you should never underestimate your competitors, even if they are family.... And, it turns out, twins can be the most dangerous rivals of all....
Bad Twins, a gripping thriller by best-selling author Rebecca Chance, explores vicious sibling rivalry.
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- The Aardvark
Ridiculously good fun!
An entertaining, funny and twisting story line that would make a great TV mini series.
- Anonymous User
Offensive depiction of transgender character
Unfortunately I was enjoying this book until the introduction of a transgender character where the author fixates on her genitals the whole time. Literally every scene she's mentioned in all the author focuses on is that. Very disappointing and offensive especially for a book published in 2018.
I had been enjoying multiple books from this author until then, really enjoyed the escapism but this has ruined it. I've since discovered this is a pattern with this author. In her other book unfavourable depictions of a trans character starts immediately within the first few chapters of Divas. I couldn't even finish it. That one was released over a decade ago so I recognise that society has progressed since then & I'd hoped she wouldn't have written about a character like that now. Her views still persist obviously because of this book released in 2018, using less name calling (which is constant at the start of Divas) but still fixating on anatomy and sex rather than giving her the same depth as the other characters. Can't support an author like this.
- Mrs Emma Stannard
Lots if twists.
liked this book a lot. I had hoped for more dirt so will explore Rebecca Chance's other books.