Book Review Identical Disaster by CM Owens

Jul 262019

Identical Disaster (The Sterling Shore Series Book 8) by CM Owens


My life was simple… until Bo Brendon crashed into my lap. Shy girls aren’t my thing, yet somehow, she’s under my skin and in my head. It’s a f*cking nightmare. Yet it’s a nightmare I don’t want to give up.


Jax Marshall was an accident. A really sexy, smart, incredibly smooth, hot… accident. He’s the kind of guy you shouldn’t fall in love with, because he could crush you with barely any effort. Especially someone like me. Either it will be the best thing to ever happen to me, or it will be the disaster that leaves me in ruins.

I guess I’ll find out.

*Romantic Comedy
*Adult content
*Can be read as a stand-alone
*Dual POV

Title: Identical Disaster
Author: CM Owens
Publication Date: February 14th, 2016
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance;
Format: Kindle (357 pages)
Rating: 10/10

Identical Disaster is Bo’s story, Ruby’s best friend. She will become stranded with a hot Jax Marshall in Hawaii.

She is there to break up with Jax on behalf of her selfish twin sister and ends up in Hawaii with Jax and his family. This book was so much fun!

Away from Sterling Shore we get a glimpse of 2 side characters we’ve seen along the way! I love how CM Owens manages to bring a little of the gang here and there.

There are no words to express how much I enjoy this series! It has shaped my views on hilarious romance books I want to read and has set the bar way, way higher!

Bo is very unique and manages to turn the table on how people view her opposed to her twin. They are so different and Jax is about to find out. What is more interesting is that we get to learn about her at the same time Jax does.

Next in line is Bella and Ethan’s story, which is more than you want right now, so grab it! We finally get the answer on why her phone is acting so crazy!

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