By: T.E. Wood
Length: 273 pages
Published: February 27th 2018
Sometimes a perfect stranger . . .
From behind the wheel of her car, Tess Kincaid glimpses a woman walking down a Madison, Wisconsin, street. They’ve never met, but Tess senses an undeniable familiarity about her. Hair color, square chin, wide-set blue eyes . . . Tess sees the same features every time she looks in the mirror.
Is neither of those things.
Intrigued, Tess introduces herself and discovers that she and her doppelganger, Mimi, have more than appearance in common. They even share the same birthday. Mimi—confident and outgoing where Tess is understated and shy—is convinced they’re twins, separated shortly after birth. Tess, who’s felt unloved and unmoored since her mother disappeared years ago, only knows that there’s more than coincidence at play. And when a body is discovered in a local marsh, Tess is entangled in a search for the truth that will prove fascinating, disconcerting, and ultimately terrifying . . .
The Wrong Sister is going to turn your world upside down and inside out then flip you backward.
T.E. Woods created a tantalizing Mimi to set Tess’ world in disarray all by showing up and walking down the streets of Madison Wisconsin. Madison a quaint little place where everyone seems to stay once they’ve been, but those who were raised tend to flee, except of course for Tess Kincaid who ended up trapped there taking care of her alcoholic father.
As the story unravels you find you diving deeper into this mystery of who is Mimi. Mimi the women everything Tess has failed to be. Mimi the person who shares the same face. Mimi the underlying diabolical twist.
Steadily the story starts to reveal itself and you’re left already knowing what happened. That was the only downfall I could find within the covers. Its big twist was easily spotted. Even though I had guessed the big reveal early on within the pages, I still enjoyed watching it unfold. I found the plot to be most intriguing and leaving me wanting more. Quickly I became attached to my copy, having it follow me from the nightstand to the coffee table even in my purse at one point.
I cover is stunning, I was attracted to it right away. It really draws you in, while the title and synopsis just screamed “README”. Well, that’s what I did and it is what you should do as well.