The premise of this book--hero's twin brother dies and he pretends to be his brother so his brother's widow doesn't realize her husband is dead and miscarry due to grief-- is both insane AND very tricky to pull off, which I think is why I was so impressed by it. You, of course, have to suspend disbelief regarding the likelihood of a woman not being able to tell the difference between her husband that she loves and his brother, but once that is done, this is a super entertaining, oddly moving book. I started reading it thinking, "No way can she pull this off" but I finished the book totally satisfied with the outcome. One of the more memorable romances I've read -- and one that I think fellow historical romance fans will definitely enjoy.

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