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Saturday, 21 March 2015

Finding Fisher by Dakota Madison

Finding FisherFinding Fisher by Dakota Madison
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I have a lot of this authors books but this is the first one I have read. What a fabulous read!

What if you were a girl that was brought up to play with Barbie dolls that were dressed like a lawyers, because this was what her parents wanted from her, to go to Harvard Law school, pass and follow in their footsteps. She was the 'Princess' the spoiled little rich girl. She looked amazing too.

Her fiancé. who is top of the class "perfect in every way" kinda guy has a secret, he has been leading a double life, she only discovers this when an accident takes his life.

She travels to his home town and that's where she meets Fisher, he is twin of her fiancé. who she never knew existed [along with a lot of other things!]

I curled up with this book last night and finished it this morning where I wanted to see what happened, it was kinda predicted however, you can never be 100% sure.

My only downfall with the story [this is why I merit it personally as a 3.05] is that it seemed too hurried, the relationship that developed between Fisher and herself.

How on earth after just days :

1. Promise to never leave her
2. Promise he will always look after her
3. Buy a house and sell his own

Huge BIG enormous steps for only days!

If that bit was developed more I would say definitely a 4 star.

That was the only bit that tittered on the brink of a fairy tale ending, apart from that, I loved it.

*Thank you for allowing me to read this book and be part of the tour*

It was still a fabulous book though.

Franklin Smith was the perfect fiancé. He was at the top of our class at Stanford and had been recently accepted to Harvard Law. But Spring Break our senior year of college changed everything. He went back home to New Jersey and never returned. At his funeral I discovered a guy I never knew. His secret past. And a twin brother, Fisher, I didn’t know existed.

Author’s Note: This book is dedicated to cover model, Joshua Scott Nicholson (August 30, 1990 - December 12, 2014). A portion of the profits from the sale of this book will be donated in Josh’s memory to Joining Hearts, Inc., a 501 (c)(3), all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to providing housing support to people living with HIV and AIDS in Atlanta. Cover Photographer Eric McKinney of 6:12 Photography will also donating a portion of his profits to Joining Hearts in Josh’s memory.

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