Friday 1 October 2021

Review of Two Kinds Of Us by Sarah Sutton


In a life of diamond bracelets and country clubs, I’m the perfect daughter. I get all the right grades, volunteer at all the right organizations, apply to all the right colleges.

And I hate every second of it. At the rate my life is playing out, under the strict rule of my parents, politicians and housewives will be my future.

Until I meet Harry.

Harry’s a singer in a rock band with a voice so beautiful that I actually feel hypnotized. Doesn’t hurt that he’s hot either, and with the kind, flirty personality to match, it’s the perfect trifecta. And even better, he sees the me I want to be. He sees me as the girl who can break free of the life she’s trapped in, who can control her own future.

The only problem? He knows me as Stella, my fun, carefree alter ego—so drastically different from Destelle, the girl who is trapped in the life her parents rule.

But as we get closer, I realize Harry’s keeping a secret of his own, something related to the dark past that he’s trying to move on from, and when I find out, everything we’ve built could come crashing down.


My Review: 5 STARS

I picked this up because I adored the series so far, even though all the books are standalone, they are all part of the same universe. I adored Stella, and Harry, I was rooting for them both and hoping that they would get their happy every after. I have been loving Sutton's way of writing engaging and relatable characters getting their own love stories. This had to be my favourite for the series and I very much recommend it to anyone who loves hidden identities and a good romance!

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