(ARC Review) Like a Boss by Liz Matis (Double Trouble Duet Book 1)

Identical twin brothers separated at birth… 

War veteran Dawson Trudeau never expected his estranged identical twin to walk into his bar in Alaska, let alone offer him twenty million dollars to pose as the CEO of King Enterprises while he secretly heads to rehab for thirty days. With dreams of starting a homeless shelter for veterans and locating his retired service dog from Afghanistan, Dawson can’t say no. Then he meets his brother’s sexy assistant and he hopes she can’t say no–to some overtime between the sheets.
Lacey Brooks isn’t attracted to her metro-sexual boss, but his rough and ready identical twin is just her type. When lust turns into love, she fears she is betraying the CEO. If she can navigate the family feud to ensure a spot-on impersonation by Dawson, she’ll finally be promoted to VP.
If they can pull off the masquerade, everyone wins. But once the thirty days is over will victory matter if they don’t have each other?

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Sometimes you come across twins who are separated by the parents only finding out about each other later in their childhood. Usually when the happens they both hate each other and wish they could live the other child’s life. That’s what we have here. Although we mostly only get Dawson’s side of the story we definitely can tell that he would rather be living with his rich father then his drug addict mom. Dawson feels like his identical twin Aaron has it all. So when Aaron comes to his bar asking for him to pretend to be him for 30 days while Aaron goes to rehab, Dawson wants to say no but the pay out of 20 million at the end is exactly what Dawson would like, especially when he can donate it to the Veterans and other people like him that have served our country. Not once did Dawson expect to meet a drop dead gorgeous redhead that he can’t get out of his head. Only thing – Lacey is off limits and that contact he signed says no sex for 30 days.

Like a Boss is a short read and I excited for the next in the series about the twin bother. I really enjoyed the banter between Dawson and Lacey. As well as reading about Dawson pretending to be his twin brother. Along the way he learns things about his brother, Aaron and his business. As well as his dad. But most importantly he learns more about Lacey. I loved having the duel POV as well!

 

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Author Bio

Liz Matis is a mild-mannered accountant by day and writer of fun, flirty, fiery romances by night.

Playing For Keeps, from her popular fantasy football romances, hit the #12 spot on the Barnes and Noble Nook Bestseller List and #26 on Amazon’s Kindle Bestseller. She has appeared on Amazon’s Movers and Shakers list. Playing For Keeps (winner of the NECRWA First Kiss Contest), Going For It, and The Quarterback Sneak all hit the #1 spot in Sports Fiction on Amazon.

In her spare time she enjoys reading, watching sports, and attending kickboxing classes. She’s been married for 31 years and believes in happily ever after.

Fun Fact: Liz read her first romance at the age of fifteen and soon after wrote her first romances starring her friends and their latest crush!

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