Forensic accountant Sloane Tobin and kooky pet psychic Willa may have the same face, but that’s the only thing these identical twins have in common.
How she can read the hearts and minds of animals has always been a mystery to Willa, and her rotten luck with men is equally baffling. Although she’s been looking for “The One” for what feels like forever (A teenage marriage to a French mime and dating a guy named Spider seemed like good ideas at the time!), optimistic Willa refuses to give up on love. When she meets Brody, the handsome rose expert hired to save her grandmother’s garden, she’s instantly smitten, but why does he keep sending her mixed signals? Does he return her feelings, or is their attraction all in her fanciful head?
Unlike her twin, Sloane has zero interest in romance. Her passion is her job, where she uses her gift for numbers to take down slimy embezzlers and asset-hiding spouses. When she’s assigned two high profile cases, Sloane feels confident the promotion she’s been angling for is within her grasp. But will her plan to climb the corporate ladder be thwarted by difficult clients, her co-worker-with-benefits, or – most surprisingly of all – her own sister? And how’s she supposed to stay focused on the drama at work when her childhood friend, Gav, moves in next door and the spark between them becomes impossible to ignore?
To get what they both want, can Willa and Sloane band together and rely on each other’s strengths? Or will their differences drive them apart once and for all?
Praise for TWIN PIQUES:
“Tracie Banister is a vivid storyteller who creates the sort of characters you wish you knew in real life. Full of charm, laugh-out-loud moments, unexpected twists, and a whole lot of heart, Twin Piques is a definite must-read.”
-Anna Garner, author of Sugar Spun Sister and Sundaes With Nora
“Twin Piques will delight and charm you. It’s full of everything we’ve come to expect from Banister: memorable characters (including a couple of adorable dogs!), witty humor, and a plot that will keep you reading until the last, satisfying page!”
-Jackie Bouchard, author of Fido-friendly fiction, What the Dog Ate and Rescue Me, Maybe