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Romancing the Wrong Twin by Clare London

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Romancing the Wrong Twin by Clare London

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About the Author
Clare took the pen name London from the city where she lives, loves, and writes. A lone, brave female in a frenetic, testosterone-fuelled family home, she juggles her writing with her other day job as an accountant. She’s written in many genres and across many settings, with award-winning novels and short stories published both online and in print. She says she likes variety in her writing while friends say she’s just fickle, but as long as both theories spawn good fiction, she’s happy. Most of her work features male/male romance and drama with a healthy serving of physical passion, as she enjoys both reading and writing about strong, sympathetic and sexy characters. Clare currently has several novels sulking at that tricky chapter 3 stage and plenty of other projects in mind . . . she just has to find out where she left them in that frenetic, testosterone-fuelled family home

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Publication Date
November 01, 2016
13 978-1-63477-372-0
How tangled can a romantic web get?
 When gruff mountaineer Dominic Hartington-George seeks sponsorship for his latest expedition, his London PA insists on a more media-friendly profile—like dating celebrity supermodel Zeb Z.
 Zeb can’t make the date, so he asks his identical twin, Aidan, to stand in for just one evening. Aidan, a struggling playwright, shuns the limelight to the extent people don’t even know Zeb has a sibling, but he reluctantly agrees.
 When the deception has to continue beyond the first date, Aidan fights to keep up the pretense. Dominic likes his sassy, intelligent companion, and Aidan starts falling for the forthright explorer. But how long can Aidan’s conscience cope as confusion abounds? Will coming clean as “the other twin” destroy the trust they’ve built?

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The grumpy against the feisty
(Updated: November 01, 2016)
Dominique/Dom is a grumpy bear. Climbing mountains, being in the nature is all what he wants.
Yet he needs money for his expedition and to gain it he has to date another gay celebrity as a promotion thing....

He hates domesticity that's why being in the mountains is the best for him. 
For only the promotion he accepts a date with Zeb the sexy celebrity. So not his thing.

Only Zeb sends his twin brother Aidan instead. Aidan will play as he is Zeb.
Well that's easy said then done. Because they look alike but totally love another lifestyle.

Aidan lives quietly and not in the spotlights, the world outside don't even know about his existence as a twin brother. 
Dom is rude, dominant, loud, very honest and feisty against him and Dom appreciate him about that.

Jeeesh i was moved by both men. They were least Dom was.. but Aidan was too when he was not Zeb....
Aidan is somehow impressed by the big hairy blunt bear and feels all the signs....
heir interactions are intense and the tension is so sensual....they fit so well together.
Aidan loved the climbing story's and Dominic loved Aidan ehh I mean loved everything about Aidan. He really tries to be more considerate.

What follows is their entertaining interactions, their growing feelings for each other. We get to see how they think and act and being honest. I could feel it in my gut. All very lovable.

When there is finally a contract signed to finance the expedition, Aidan realize it's just business, it was just all for the money and he withdraw very quickly, heartbroken.
Dom climbs his mountain but now sees the world completely from another angle.

Zeb play's a small role but well put down.

A great read, I loved the writing style. The way we get a view in their way of life and all the feelings over the floor, the misunderstandings it was all well done.

I really love the concept and happily surprised that the twin-switch was not predictable, what easily could be the case.

**I recieved a copy by the publisher Dreamspinner Press for an honest review**

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