(E-)Book Read! IMPERFECTLY BEAUTIFUL by Diony George
First sentence: “He never expected to see headlights that time of the night anywhere near the vicinity he had chosen to dump the body.”
P. 99: “How many times had she envied Regan’s life?”
Last sentence: “Life was imperfectly beautiful, and that was just fine.”
From Amazon Kindle: At 1:30 am, in New York City, Regan Wright is ripped out of a sound sleep with a jolt – her heart thuds in her ears and her face feels flushed. Straining to hear anything out of the ordinary, she fumbles to turn on the bedside lamp. Nothing seems out of place. Suddenly her stomach twists in knots – it’s her identical twin, Rebecca. Something is terribly wrong…
Though twins, Rebecca and Regan couldn’t be more different. One chose a high-profile career in fashion design, the other chose to be a wife and stay-at-home mom, but neither is truly happy and they must discover why. When a serial killer strikes nearby, and the victim looks eerily similar to the twins, they fear that one of them could be next.
I needed a nice, relaxing and quick read, and this book was perfect; I read this book in one sitting. I had expected a bit more about the serial killer, though. And the (short) parts of religion and faith I could have done without, but, on the other hand, they didn’t bother me.
This book fits into the 2012 EBook Challenge.