Book Feature - Maggie’s Ruse by Anne Leigh Parrish
HBL Note: I’ve written about my college friends on this blog before. I hit the jackpot when it comes to the friends I made in college. They were great fun in college and then they went off are doing incredible things: some are raising families, others are focusing on their chosen careers, some are doing both. We are all so different and sometimes I’m amazed we are friends, but I’m also so grateful that we’ve kept in touch. Two of these friends are twins. They are the most kind, loyal, grounded people I know - both to each other and to our core group of friends from college. I can’t imagine ever having had a rift between them like the main characters in Maggie’s Ruse, but I always think of them when I hear about sets of twins. If I had a sibling, I’d want to be close like my friends. Scroll down to read more about Maggie’s Ruse by Anne Leigh Parrish.
From the publisher:
Maggie and Marta Dugan are identical twins. Their relationship has the usual sisterly strains, until home alone one afternoon, Maggie masquerades as Marta when a friend of hers drops by. The ruse is quickly discovered, a rift between the sisters ensues, and they go their separate ways. But living apart is hard; real independence harder still. Will they come back together? How long until each realizes she needs the other to feel whole?