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Waiting on Wednesday (16)


Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event hosted by Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

 A modern-day retelling of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde with a chilling twist. Oh, sign me up on the spot, please! This one has to be good. How could you go wrong with split personalities and a love triangle?

Harper has never been worried about falling in love, something she is skeptical even exists. But everything changes when Logan moves to town, and to Harper’s shock, the two tumble into an intense
romance. It’s everything she never thought she wanted. Then she meets Logan’s twin brother, Caleb, who was expelled from his last school. True, he’s a bad boy, but Harper can’t shake the feeling that there’s something deeply sinister about him—something dangerous. When Logan starts pulling away, Harper is convinced that Caleb’s shadowy past is the wedge being driven between them. But by the time she uncovers the truth, it may be too late.


  1. Hmm... dangerous twins, eh? Interesting premise - and a nice pick!

    If you’d like, you can check out my WoW here.

  2. I'd be interested to read this to see how the author managed it.

  3. I am waiting for this one too!! I am waiting with much anticipation because I love Mandy Hubbard. I read Ripple last summer and she does a good slightly dark romance. It's I don't know just got this vibe running through it like a snake under the skin (because it's dark) and you're waiting for it to bite! This is going to be so good!



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