Two twin sisters. One gorgeous guy. No way she can ever tell him what they’ve done.
Ellie has spent her whole life covering for her irresponsible twin sister, Eve. This time Eve has really done it. After breaking up with yet another boyfriend, Eve talks Ellie into taking over her job while Eve “finds herself” at a yoga camp. How will Ellie keep Eve’s boss from finding out what they’ve done?
Grant Russell’s flighty and irresponsible assistant has pushed him too far, and she has to go. He’s inherited a failing business from his uncle, and he has his hands full trying to pull it back from the brink. He can’t afford to let Eve mess things up even worse. Except when the time comes, Grant can’t bring himself to fire her. Eve has inexplicably gotten herself together, and despite all of his misgivings, Grant finds himself drawn to the new and improved Eve. Grant must save the business before the bank takes it back, but can he trust Eve to help him?
From the inside flap:
Ellie walked around to the front of the truck and met up with Grant. “I’ll get started out here while you go meet with Flora. What do you need me to do?”
“Chicken.” He grinned down at her.
You have no idea. She forced a smile. “Guilty. So where should I start?”
He shook his head. “We won’t know until we talk to her. Come on.”
Crap. Think, Ellie. There had to be a way to fix this mess. Flora knew Eve was a twin. If Flora told Grant, he would connect the dots. The only question would be how long it would take him.
Could she simply refuse to go in? Not without making him suspicious. Her feet heavy with dread, she followed him up the sidewalk. She hoped Eve was getting some good vibes at her goat camp. Ellie had a feeling they would need them. Unless they were lucky, karma was about to take a big bite out of them both.
Author Laura Ann did a great review of Double or Nothing on her YouTube channel. Check it out: