Review of Identical Disaster by C.M.Owens

Five Stars

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Length: 357 pages        Published: 14 February 2016

Description

JAX 

My life was simple… until Bo Brendon crashed into my lap. Shy girls aren’t my thing, yet somehow, she’s under my skin and in my head. It’s a f*cking nightmare. Yet it’s a nightmare I don’t want to give up. 

BOLIVIA (BO) 

Jax Marshall was an accident. A really sexy, smart, incredibly smooth, hot… accident. He’s the kind of guy you shouldn’t fall in love with, because he could crush you with barely any effort. Especially someone like me. Either it will be the best thing to ever happen to me, or it will be the disaster that leaves me in ruins. 

I guess I’ll find out. 

***** 
*Romantic Comedy 
*Adult content 
*Can be read as a stand-alone 
*Dual POV 

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Review

Bloody Fantastic!!!! 

Yet again C.M.Owens has given us an amazing story with so much to offer. Every one of her books are thoroughly enjoyable!

Identical Disaster offers a refreshingly different storyline with hilarious moments along the way. For so much of the story I just couldn’t keep a smile off my face.

 Bo and Jax’s story starts with a hilarious lie that makes you laugh out loud with the characters, watching it play out. All of her characters have something great to offer.

As with all her books, C.M. Owens makes you feel like part of the family, every time I read her stories I feel like I’m coming home and I love it!

A must read!!!!!

About the Author

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C.M. Owens always loves a good laugh, and lives and breathes the emotions of the characters she becomes attached to. Though she came from a family of musicians, she has zero abilities with instruments; she sounds like a strangled cat when she sings; and her dancing is downright embarrassing. Just ask anyone who knows her. Her creativity rests solely in the written word. Her family is grateful that she gave up her quest to become a famous singer.

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