“I know that you loved your sister and it hurts you that you lost her. But I’ve lived in a world without any love. And I can tell you, it’s worse. Don’t wish for a loveless life, Aria.”
Title: Paper Dolls
Author: Hannah Peach
Genre: New Adult Romantic Suspense
Release Date: April 24, 2016
Synopsis: My life comes down to this. Two faces. One choice.
Salem is my twin sister. She loved me. She protected me. She forgave me, even after I failed her. I just got her back after searching for three long, lonely years.
Then there’s Clay. Sweet yet intense and nursing a dark past of his own, he’s all the redemption I don’t deserve. He wants to open me up and know the insides of my soul. I want to let him, but I’m scared he’ll run from what he f
But I can’t have them both.
My name is Aria. And today, I must choose. One of the two people I love has to die.
So many thoughts right now. Some of them awesome, some of them not so awesome. Here’s the awesome, I fucking powered through this book. I could not put it down. I NEEDED to know if I was right. I needed to know what the hell was going on. The author did a great job at keeping answers from the reader while at the same time leaving us satisfied until the very end. Even though I thought I had the ending figured out in the beginning I continually second guessed myself.
She lunged at me, wrapping her arms around me. I hugged her, relishing the feel of her solid body under my arms. All those times in the last three years I thought I had seen her and it turned out it had just been a ghost in my mind. But now she was really here.
Aria’s relationships with Salem and Clay were the centerpiece of the novel. Every decision Aria made was reflected in them. She was a damsel in distress. She needed saving. She fed off of Salem’s independence but at the same time she envied her for it. Clay was a curious character. He was almost infatuated with Aria and at times it made me uncomfortable. At one point I made note that if he called her angel one more time I was going to fucking throat punch him. 43 times according to my kindle app. I did love who he brought out in her. The fearless part of her, the part that was ready to let go of her twin holding her back. He brought out so much in her and I truly loved him for that.
This novel was full of suspense mixed with some sexy! It kept me on my toes and I can’t wait to read more novels from Hanna! This is a great beach read and will keep you guessing until the very end!
(This book was given to me in exchange for an honest review)