I'm pretty much a Janette Rallison fan girl. I really enjoyed this book, especially because it was different from the typical celebrity-and-normal-girl-lookalike swap places story. Those stories typically annoy me because they never explain why the girls look exactly alike. Either that, or it's supposed to be some big reveal at the end that they were secretly twins separated at birth. With this book, I actually bought the premise that Alexia was the illegitimate child of their mutual father. This worked because the story explains how their mothers looked so much alike plus, you understand why they look so much alike from pretty much the beginning. I love how this story was built and all the details added up in the end. Fun read!