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Like A Boss – Liz Matis

Like a Boss – Book One of The Double Trouble Duet

Identical twin brothers separated at birth…thirty-two years later they are trading places.

Like a Boss
War veteran Dawson Trudeau never expected his estranged identical twin to walk into his bar in Alaska, let alone offer him twenty million dollars to pose as the CEO of King Enterprises while he secretly heads to rehab for thirty days. With dreams of starting a homeless shelter for veterans and locating his retired service dog from Afghanistan, Dawson can’t say no. Then he meets his brother’s sexy assistant and he hopes she can’t say no–some overtime between the sheets.

Lacey Brooks isn’t attracted to her metro-sexual boss, but his rough and ready identical twin is just her type. When lust turns into love, she fears she is betraying the CEO. If she can navigate the family feud to ensure a spot-on impersonation by Dawson, she’ll finally be promoted to VP. 

If they can pull off the masquerade, everyone wins. But once the thirty days is over will victory matter if they don’t have each other?

I would like to thank Give Me Book promotions for sending me an earc of this book it is very much appreciated! So one of the reasons that I wanted to read this book is because the premise sounded so interesting. I have one criticism but it affects so much of the rating of this book. I needed more. I’ll go into more detail.

So we didn’t know anything, I think is the best way to put this, the story felt like it was more about the sex between Dawson and Lacey it didn’t feel like it went into these character’s personality, I feel like we didn’t get much about Lacey I wanted to know more about her and I feel like the characters didn’t really know each other. The only reason we knew so much about Dawson is that it was his POV but other I don’t think we would have known much. Which is disappointing. But the sex between these two characters was good and the way it was written was also very good.

I really liked how Lacey found boots for Dawson that was so adorable and cute and I honestly it was fabulous how cute it was. That was one of my favourite scenes in the book I loved the little reunion.

I really wanted to know why the twins were split up other than the parents’ selfish ways but there was this huge family secret and I just I felt like the author could have expanded so much on this book. I know there is going to be a second book and I do plan to read it and hopefully, that answers all the questions I have for this. But yeah that was my problem with this book I just wanted more.

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