The Girl in the Mirror

The Girl in the Mirror by Rose Carlyle

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


It has been a while since I sat in bed till 1AM with an addictive mystery that I could not put down. If you like fast-paced and unpredictable mysteries you may enjoy this one too!

Iris gets a perfect opportunity presented by her sister Summer. She is asked to sail a family boat thru the Indian ocean from Thailand to Seychelles. This request couldn’t come at the most perfect time. Just days before, Iris left her cheating husband behind, in preparation for a divorce. However, a last-minute change of plans has caught Iris by a surprise. Instead of spending a few weeks on a boat alone with Summer’s rich and handsome husband, Iris is stuck with her picture-perfect twin sister instead. And so the adventure begins…

During their sailing trip, a tragic accident occurs resulting in Summer’s death. While Iris mourns the death of her twin sister and her unborn child, an idea strikes her head. Upon reaching the destination, Iris assumes the identity of her dead sister. Not only Iris gets to finally have a life she always dreamed of, she is now one step closer to her late father’s hundred-million-dollar inheritance. However, the dream life Iris imagined is not as dreamy and glamorous as she expected, but the inheritance became a light at the end of the tunnel.

The author comes up with an extremely intriguing plot that keeps you hanging on the edge of your seat. This is a very well written and exciting book. Highly recommended!



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