Review: Scoring with the Wrong Twin by Naima Simone

Apr 30, 2018 | Book Reviews | 0 comments

Review: Scoring with the Wrong Twin by Naima SimoneScoring With the Wrong Twin by Naima Simone
Also by this author: Scoring off the Field
Series: WAGS #1
Also in this series: Scoring off the Field
Genres: Adult, Contemporary Romance
Published by Brazen, Entangled on January 15, 2018
Pages: 236
Format: eARC
Source: Publisher
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Opposites Attract Sizzled Tag Sports Romance Trope Tag

Shy, awkward Sophia Cruz has a hard time telling her vivacious identical twin “no.” But when her sister begs her to swap places for a modeling shoot, she caves… again. Then Zephirin Black walks onto the set. The brooding, aloof, and gorgeous tight end for the Washington Warriors. But she can keep it professional… She has to. Because the adorkable Cruz twin has no luck with guys once they compare her to her sister.

After a bad break-up, Zeph hasn’t been big on second chances — and even less with trust. But he finds himself giving please-call-me-by-my-middle-name-Sophia both. The woman he’d dismissed as a spoiled cover model is different from the first time he met her. Quirkier. Funnier. Definitely sexier. What started as one night turns into another... and another… and another…

Still, Sophia can’t go on keeping her secret from him. But telling Zeph the truth will mean losing him for good.

So What Did I Think Of Scoring with the Wrong Twin by Naima Simone?

Story

Compelling

Drew Attention

Attention Held

Secrets

Truth

Strong Emotions

Strong Conflicts

Sports

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writing

 

Third Person

Dual POV

Smooth

Strong Scenes

Strong Climax

Satisfying Resolution

 

characters

 

Complex

Three Dimensional

Interestingly Flawed

Relatable

 

romance

Opposites Attract

Great Banter

Great Development

Great Challenge

Strong Chemistry

Sizzling Chemistry

Summery

Ihad such a great time reading their story from the beginning and was very curious to see how things would play out. I was led on a wild ride filled with secrets and chemistry. The emotions were high throughout the story and the characters were complex and felt three dimensional to me.

The anticipation was so strong, how long could the heroine keep up her secret? How would things end when the secret came out? All of these questions kept building and building the longer things were drawn out and the the more the feelings for each other grew. The writing was smooth and drew me in so easily that I quickly became invested in the story and characters finding their HEA. Overall I really enjoyed reading Scoring with the Wrong Twin by Naima Simone and I’m excited to read the next in the series.

4.5 Stars