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Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers' Favorite
Double Trouble is the perfect summertime read while relaxing on the beach or lounging on your front porch. Clare, her younger half-sister, Megan, and Will are the energizing main characters of this cheerful, 'get revenge' romantic comedy. Clare has been watching over Megan since their parents died and has strong protective feelings. Megan is a college student, in love with Will’s brother, Chris. The Carrington brothers are all rich, eligible bachelors and well aware that women are often interested in them only for their money.
When Megan is called a gold-digger, Clare, a top home designer, thinks she has found a way to get even by taking a job to remodel Will’s penthouse; a job where she can charge him outrageous fees and maybe not do her best work. Emotions run high for all involved as getting even becomes the main objective and both Clare and Will are soon plotting against each other. Will, Clare and Megan all have secrets that will turn the tables once they are revealed. Since we, the audience, know all of the secrets, it makes Double Trouble even more entertaining to read.
I enjoyed this lighthearted, carefree, humorous romantic romp very much. Double Trouble is well written by Darcy Flynn, having all of the elements for a refreshing, fun loving story. There is no age limit on this book; it can be enjoyed by young and old. It is impossible not to like Clare and Will, and their siblings. Double Trouble is a sure-fire winner.