From the moment they are born, twins Susan and Sarah are inseparable. Through good and bad, the girls will always be together…forever.
Until they meet Jonny.
Older, charming and handsome, Jonny offers the girls the much-needed love and attention they crave. But he can only choose one and for the first time in their lives the girls find themselves split apart – the invisible thread that binds them severed.
Set-free from her twin, Sarah builds a new life for herself, marries, has a daughter. But Susan’s life spirals further and further out of control.
And now Susan is back. And she’s determined to reclaim everything she feels Sarah has taken from her.
Her home, her husband…her life?
I did enjoy ‘The Twins’ and became quite hooked on the story of them growing up as there seemed to be so many different aspects to their life and interesting stories to tell. However, I will warn any future readers that there are some parts that some readers may find disturbing, so definitely do your research before picking up this book.
The book switches between the past and the present and I have to admit that I did not feel this was done well. As the same characters are in both the past and the present, it became quite difficult to follow. This could be easily rectified by adding the year at the beginning of each chapter. That being said, I did read an ARC so appreciate that this may be changed before the final copy of the book is released.
J.S. Lark adds in a few twists along the way, some of which came as a surprise and they certainly keep the book interesting. The girls are both very intriguing and you quickly become gripped to their story. ‘The Twins’ was a bit of a rollercoaster of emotions for me, I felt sorry for them one minute but was angry the next, it is a real whirlwind! Overall, I would most certainly recommend the book to my followers, it is one to add to your TBR!
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