Review of “The Good Sister”, by Rachael Stewart @rararesources @rach_b52

A young woman, Isla Evans, who wants to help her sister out ends up falling in love, but she can’t tell the man she loves that she is not who he thinks she is. Her sister is always in the spot light as is he, but Carrie, Isla’s twin sister needs to get away from everything to figure out her life.

Bradley King is Carrie’sΒ boyfriend for all intense purposes, but they aren’t in love. It’s a relationship of convenience. He doesn’t know that Carrie has returned home to England and been replaced by her twin sister, Isla.

Isla had a crush on Bradley when she was a teen and he was an actor. She can’t believe that her twin would omit telling her that they were in a relationship when she asked her sister to come to Los Angelas to pretend to be her.

I loved this story and was really cheering for Bradley and Isla to get together. The start of their relationship is based on a lie, but if they really truly love each other and want to have a life together they have to make peace with that fact. This was my first read of Rachael Stewart’s books and I can honestly say it won’t be my last. I love her writing style as well as her story telling abilities and look forward to more stories by her. I really hope that she will write Carrie’s story so that I can read that one too.

I give this story a 5 star (🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟)review and highly recommend that you read it. I read this book as a part of Rachel’s Random Resources review team and received the book as an ARC in exchange of an honest review. I whole heartedly give this honest review of this book.

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