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The Bad Twin by Avery Scott – Review by Michelle King

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Abby and Gabrielle Levesque are identical twins….in looks only! In personality, not so much! Abby is level headed, responsible, always taking care of herself and her sister. She makes sure all the bills are paid and that they somehow keep a roof over their head. The twins inherited their grandmother’s house after she passed and it’s become difficult to keep up on payments and keep the utilities on. It’s especially difficult when her sister is so irresponsible. She’s out with a different guy every night, can’t hold a job, and never remembers to pay bills when she’s supposed to. When she blows off yet another job, the consequence is a case of mistaken identity and a spur of the moment trip to Paris by Abby with Gabrielle’s boss!

Hudson Quinn is Gabrielle’s super-hot, super aggravating, billionaire boss. He has no idea he has grabbed the wrong sister and taken her to Paris as his personal assistant. If he finds out the truth, will he fire “Abby”? What will come of the twins and Abby’s ever increasing feelings for Gabrielle’s boss? This is a great story of mistaken identity. It brings the questions “what are you willing to do for money” and “what are you willing to do to save your childhood memories” to light. I loved this story and the characters and settings depicted throughout. I am looking forward to more of Avery Scott’s works!

Reviewed by @chellek44

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The Bad Twin by Avery Scott – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Bad Twin by Avery Scott
4 stars

A great read, I felt I got to know these characters pretty well.
Abby is the responsible twin between her sister Gabrielle and herself, but when Abby is left to cover a trip for her sister, she doesn’t expect Hudson.
I really enjoyed the drama rollercoaster this book took me on. Will be reading more from this author in the future.

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The Bad Twin by Avery Scott – Review by Karyn Taylor

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Bad Twin: A Mistaken Identity Billionaire Romance is a great contemporary romance novel from Avery Scott. I had previously read The First Lady and Too Hot To Handle by this author and had loved them both so I had high hopes for this book. Added to the fact that the blurb was just right up my street then there was no way that I was not going to love this book. I’m so glad to say that my gut reaction was correct. I loved this book.
This is the ultimate case of mistaken identity. Abby Levesque lives with her identical twin Gabrielle in their grandmother’s old house which they are at risk of losing. When Gabby’s boss Hudson turns up at their house he mistakes Abby for Gabby and demands that she accompanies him on a work trip to Paris or she will lose her job. What’s a girl to do? Abby goes with him and pretends to be her sister as they really need the money to save their house.
I have to say that I loved both Abby and Hudson. Abby is ‘the good twin’ and just wants to do what’s right to help her family. Hudson just wants his father to be proud of him. I loved the interactions between the 2, especially when Hudson asked questions about their trip which Abby had no clue to the answer as Gabby had been the one who did the organising, so she just looked to be stupid and incompetent.
So what would happen when Hudson finds out that it isn’t his assistant Gabby who has been with him? Especially as he had come to like the version of Gabby he had seen on the trip. I’m not going to spoil that for you, you’ll just have to read The Bad Twin to find out. It won’t disappoint!

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The Bad Twin by Avery Scott – Review by Debi Kircher

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Bad Twin by Avery Scott

4 Stars

When I first started this book I was so excited and got completely invested pretty quick. I truly enjoyed this book and would recommend it. It was a bit predictable and didn’t go as I thought it would but it was a fun story to read.

This is not my first book by this author and as always I enjoy her writing style and her stories always flow smoothly making them really easy to read. This I believe is only my second book ever with the twin mix up and as I said it felt predictable, I really liked Abby and found that I could connect with her, but I never really liked Hudson, I’m not sure if maybe it was just not enough development or what but I just never cared for him all the way through the book.

I really am looking forward to reading more from this author, as stated above, I like her writing style, and so far each book I have read by her has been different and does not follow a common thread each time, which I appreciate.

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The Bad Twin by Avery Scott – Review by Kerry Baker

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Bad Twin by Avery Scott is a fun and sexy read. I have always loved books with a mistaken identity in them and this one was definitely a good one. Avery Scott has created characters that are not only fun and entertaining but ones that are also hot and have great chemistry.
This is the kind of book that you will find yourself reading in one sitting because you just can’t put it down. This author is one that knows how to draw you in immediately and won’t let go. I hated when the book was over because I had enjoyed the story so much. This is one book I can definitely recommend.

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The Bad Twin by Avery Scott – Review by Jenni Bishop

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Bad Twin: A Mistaken Identity Billionaire Romance by Avery Scott is romance story that is quick and enjoyable read. How can someone be identical in every aspect an yet polar opposites in personality. Mistaken identity leads to a little drama but also a little fun, if only it could last. Will the truth make everything worse and one twin sit up and take notice?

Gabby has always coasted along in life, never putting down roots to anything, just does whatever she wants whenever she wants. Responsibility – what is that?

Abby is the worrier, she is reliable and the grown up and when her sister messes up she steps in to help her out. Only this time the lie could come back to bite her but the one good thing could be that Gabby can see what it is like to walk in her sisters shoes for a while.

As always a delight Avery.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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The Bad Twin by Avery Scott – Review by Katie Matthews

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

I have read a few books by this author now so when I read the blurb for this book I had no hesitation in jumping straight in and overall I wasn’t disappointed! It had the author’s great writing style which I enjoy and some great characters who I found quite easy to connect with. It might not be my favourite book but her but I would still 100% recommend it!
I loved the setting for the story and thought the author did a great job of really bringing Paris to life through her descriptive writing. I could completely imagine some of the scenes that she was setting. I think the twin switching was probably a little predictable but it was still an enjoyable read. I liked Abby she was the kind of character who is a little naive and actually switching places with her sister did force her out of her comfort zone in some respects. Hudson was what I kind of expected from a sexy, billionaire alpha male character but I still couldn’t help but fall for him! He was definitely a guilty pleasure!
Overall a really nice read, I read it quite quickly as I was completely invested in what I was reading. As mentioned earlier I would definitely recommend this book to other readers!

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The Bad Twin by Avery Scott – Review by Maura Harper

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

THE BAD TWIN is a story of mistaken identity (in case you missed that in the title). Good twin vs bad twin. Good being on the straight and narrow, bad following her whims and doing what she wants to with no regards for anyone else. Throw in a billionaire boss and you’ve got a quick and easy read.

While it is predictable, the story line moves quickly. This story has many different facets; deception, misunderstanding (yes they are different), humor, friendship, and so much more.

This is an enjoyable story that I would recommend for a rainy Sunday afternoon.

****

Review by @mauraharper

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The Bad Twin by Avery Scott – Review by Heather Lovelace

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Another winner from Scott. This was a quick read for me, one that I fell into quickly and enjoyed every page. Scott has a great way of voicing the main characters, making them relatable, and providing a natural ebb and flow to the relationship that the reader ends up rooting for. I really enjoyed this book. Perfect for a weekend afternoon. I cannot wait to sit down and read it again.

Reviewed by @heatherlovelace
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The Bad Twin by Avery Scott – Review by Lisa Helmick

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This story held me entranced. I just kept waiting for the other shoe to drop. Then I wanted to see the blow back because of the switch. And Oo La La did it drop! Not quite what I was expecting but HeLLO….talk about embarrassing and devastating. I had many feelings about these characters. They made me wonder and brought me joy. I also was frustrated at the situation along with fascinated with the art aspect. Hudson…Hudson..Hudson you are a wonderful man. I didn’t like you a first because of you womanizing ways but you redeemed yourself a couple times over. Abby I was concerned you would be too much of a pushover but you showed me that responsibility can pay off.

This is a first time author for me. I loved the idea of this story. It held up to my ideals. The story flowed along nicely and the characters were what kept me coming back and wanting more. This is a wonderful story that kept me guessing.

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