I’m delighted to present The Same but Different by Serena Clarke, an author from New Zealand. She’s a lovely person and a talented writer, and I thought you’d enjoy her book with a second-chances theme. Check it out!
About the Book
The new you could be someone unexpected…
Stunned by a life-changing secret and an unexpected inheritance, Cady Morrow leaves her responsible London life behind and hits the California flash mob trail. With her wild twin sister Shelby in tow, she’s determined to make every day of her new start count. So when they’re invited to travel on the flash mob team’s luxury tour bus—in close company with Reid, a man who sets her dangerously, deliciously off-kilter—Cady grabs the chance to be a different version of herself.
But uncovered secrets soon test her faith in her reinvented self, as well as in those around her. And when the flash mob implodes and Shelby goes missing, Cady has to rely on the enigmatic Reid for help—even as she doubts his motives, and her resistance to his teasing charm.
Torn between two lives, she eventually learns just how different she can really be…and exactly what she’ll do for the sake of a new start.
“Plenty of steamy tension…a recommended fun, feel-good story with some unexpected twists and surprises.” – WiLoveBooks
“Such a well-rounded story, kind of along the lines of a Nora Roberts novel. I’m used to so much straightforward chick lit romance that I forget how satisfying a good, substantial story can be. A big Thank You to Serena Clarke for reminding me.” – Random Book Muses
“A beautiful story about one woman’s adventure of a lifetime.” – Written Love
Serena Clarke grew up in a family of itchy-footed readers and dreamers—not concentrating, reading the atlas and Narnia books, and planning to escape somewhere magical as soon as she could. When she was 16, she went to live in Sweden for a year. It was the beginning of many travels and adventures—and quite a few disasters! She didn’t know it at the time, but eventually she’d be grateful for all the downs as well as the ups. As writers say in the face of adversity: “I can use that.” She’s now living in New Zealand, where she writes stories reflecting her determined belief in magic, possibility, second chances, and happy endings.
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