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Marla and Jaycee are twins separated at birth, even though they look nothing alike. Marla finds herself eventually in an abusive foster home, but Jaycee finds love and happiness adopted by wealthy foster parents. When they are eventually reunited they become friends until a tragic accident causes Jaycee to lose her memory. Can Marla find love again in the arms of Jaycee's brother?
Although most of the story is focused on the sister's relationship this was a very poignant and well done manga by Harlequin. Like most Harlequin manga it is horribly abridged so things happen at a rapid pace, but even with this serious flaw, the art really saves this book from being mundane.
Jaycee and Marla were beautifully penciled and I thought the hero (aside from his obsessive nagging at Marla to pull the curtains), was very nice and decent.
Overall, I liked it. Oh, don't be fooled by the cover which makes the hero look like Elvis. He really is supposed to be a cowboy.
The story per se' was good if there would been more dialogue between the characters. I saw the graphic comic and decided to buy the book. I was not happy with the fact that there was barely any kind of conversations. The book pretty much was an explanation of the facts or what was going on around the characters. I was bored out of my mind and couldn't wait to finish it, so I can toss it between the books that are better forgotten. Marla just thought about everything, and to give a simple answer it would take two pages for her to make up her mind. This book would been great, if only had more actual conversations in it. Would not recommend it.