I’m living someone else’s life.
It was supposed to be an escape, a break from the painful memories and crushing responsibility keeping me awake at night.
Fate brought me face-to-face with the chance of a lifetime – the chance to be her.
Just for a little while.
Just for a taste of another life.
We may have looked identical, but everything else about us couldn’t be more different. It was supposed to be easy and fun. No one had to know.
But gradually, I lost the line between who she was and who I wanted to be.
I never imagined I’d fall in love. How was I supposed to go back to my old life when I felt like I belonged in hers?
“You’re telling me you’re about to enter a marriage of convenience with a super-rich guy who has multiple horses on his giant property? What century are we in? Did I hit my head and fall into a fucking Regency romance novel?”
THIS BOOK. I was intrigued from the very beginning and as the first chapter continued, I was completely addicted to this story. Just Be Her is different from anything I have ever read and it was truly a breath of fresh air.
Toni is a bartender, she is fully of sass and just doesn’t care what anyone thinks of her. Alex is reserved, proper and is all about her image. Toni and Alex are complete opposites when it comes to their personalities, however, when it comes to looks they are 100% identical. I loved both of these women, they were each so different, but I felt like I could connect with them. I loved the instant bond and friendship they formed throughout the story.
This book is told in a dual POV but not in the typical romance fashion. It is told from Toni and Alex’s views the entire time. The story had a great flow and with the two views, as a reader, you easily got the full picture without a ton of repeating and overlapping.
While this story was completely different and unique for me, it was also a great romance. It packed A LOT of steam (ahem Ren and Andre) and plenty of sweetness. The growth of Toni and Alex throughout the story is what really made me love this. They both fought for their dreams and formed an everlasting friendship and bond.
Just Be Her is highly addictive and completely blew my mind. It is a MUST READ!