One aspect of the book revolves around the main character, Tea, and her romance with Jaden. It's intriguing because their relationship has caused an issue with their families. I don't think that I've read about a romance with this angle before and it made me think about how I viewed the issue. I don't want to give any spoilers though.
There is also discussion of blended families and the hope and anticipation as Tea and Seth, her twin brother, try to find their birth father.
I really enjoyed that the book was set in the horse world, since we love horses (especially our Bell). Much of the action took place with backgrounds of barns, polo fields, competitions, and training. It was very realistic and showed a love of horses.
I found the book to be well written and well edited. It's incredibly distracting to read a book with editing and grammar errors. I'm happy to report that I didn't notice any problems.
The book is intended for older teens and women. I agree with that assessment. There weren't any graphic scenes in the book but it is clear that there is a sexual relationship between characters. I wouldn't allow my 12 year old to read it, but I would be comfortable with my 19 year old reading it.
Overall, I enjoyed Look Twice very much and I'd like to go back and read the original book as well.
Here is what the back cover says:
Blood is thicker than water. I didn't understand that expression when I was a kid. I only knew that I was closer to my brother Seth than to anyone else in the world. He was the calm to my storm, the light to my dark. We were tied to the rest of our complicated family by bonds beyond blood—love, loyalty, convenience—but as it turns out, the pull of blood is strong. Maybe even strong enough to tear me away from the person with whom I shared my very first breath.
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