Double Trouble

Double Trouble, book #2 in the Coxwell Series of contemporary romances, by Deborah Cooke

Two sisters. One disaster.

First things first: I’m the bad twin. While my sister, Marcia, has the perfect family in the perfect suburb, I’ve been making my living as an Internet advice columnist and designing Web sites in my downtown loft. I always thought I had the right answer – and hair color – for any occasion. That is, until Marcia ran up loads of debt and ran out on her husband and kids, and I was left helping to pick up the pieces. Her husband, James, is a lawyer who I hate on principle alone.

But for a guy who’s just lost his job, his marriage, and his expensive toys, he’s keeping it together – and making me rethink my feelings toward him. It’s not that he’s traded in his conservative suits for sexy jeans. It’s that he’s not giving up what’s important to him, and oh baby, I’m a sucker for a guy who hangs tough.

Double Trouble, #2 in the Coxwell series of contemporary romances by Deborah Cooke (writing as Claire Cross), out of print trade paperback edition
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That doesn’t mean I’m ready to step into Marcia’s designer shoes now that she’s gone AWOL.

And it doesn’t mean I’m going to fall for James’s easy charm…not again, anyhow. Besides, I’ve had a lifelong policy of not being mistaken for my twin and I’m not backing down on that one now – no matter how convenient it might be for a certain sexy (and persuasive) man…


“For a fast-paced, captivating story of romance, family relationships, and following your heart, Double Trouble is not to be missed.”

—Romance Reviews Today

A Rhapsody Book Club Selection

A Romantic Times Top Pick

A #1 Kindle Bestseller


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2 thoughts on “Double Trouble

  1. I love Maralys and the kids already. Her sister ought to be kept on a chain, muzzled and fed stale dog food. I can hardly wait for the next chapter. You have a very light touch. It’s not every writer who can blend children’s pathos with humor, and get away with it. Well done.

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