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Fourteen Summers

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Identical twins Aiden and Max Kingsman have been a matched set their whole lives. When they were children, Aiden was happy to follow his extroverted brother’s lead, but now that they’re in college, being “my brother, Aiden” is starting to get old. He’s itching to discover who he is outside of his “twin” identity.

Oliver’s goals for the summer are simple: survive his invasive family, keep his divorced parents from killing each other, and stay in shape for rowing season. He’s thrilled when he runs into his old friends, the Kingsman twins, especially Aiden, the object of a childhood crush. Aiden is all grown-up, but some things have stayed the same: his messy curls, his stability, and how breathless he makes Oliver. Oliver’s crush comes back full force, and the feeling is mutual. Summer just got a whole lot hotter.

Fun-loving Max takes one thing seriously: his role as “big brother.” When Aiden drifts away, Max can’t understand how his own twin could choose a boy over him. Summer won’t last forever, and with friendship, family, and happily ever after on the line, they’ll have to navigate their changing relationships before it’s too late.

Customer Reviews

Identical twin brothers Max & Aiden embrace their neighbor Oliver Jones as their "play" brother!

A detailed relationship between identical twin brothers Max and Aiden is a vey accurate analysis establishing how real identical mirror-image twins think on the same wave-length, how they function in their internal destiny by their mental bondage and fateful unity! At age seven, the twins accept their same aged neighborhood boy and friend, an energetic, cute adventurous Oliver Jones into their exclusive realm of reality. Accepting lonely Oliver into their inner sanctum's daily activities with the twins performing a marriage with Aiden officiating, Max as the groom, Oliver as "his bride" - exchanging their own written down in crayon vows, committing Oliver, instantly, becoming their official brother - ultimately creating the formation of the three musketeers - their own BAND of BROTHERS.

A tumultuous Jones family divorce, Oliver moving away; the twin's life in progress for ten years when twenty year old Oliver moves back, returning to live with his father, for the summer, from San Diego, California. Rediscovered, the band of brotherhood musketeers engage in fun and pleasant daily activities and endeavors, nevertheless, their daily engagements reignites Aiden's crush on Oliver, and likewise, Oliver's attraction and feelings for Max's twin brother, Aiden.

A very unique reality of how the twins must deal with their own mutual identity in their relationship - relationships dealing with a third wheel! Tumultuous emotional story with how Max and Aiden deal with their own maturity.

Interestingly, Aiden and Oliver's romance splits up the twin's future security - an unusual resolution in how Oliver becomes the anchor stabilizing the relationships between the "engaged" - three musketeers!

The extremely interesting scenario ends too abruptly - you want to share more with these interesting wonderful people - to continue in their future romantic escapades ! How does the other dynamic extrovert twin - Max - find his soul mate?

Fourteen Summers
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  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Published: May 21, 2018
  • Publisher: Riptide Publishing
  • Seller: Riptide Publishing, LLC
  • Print Length: 238 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Requirements: This book can only be viewed on an iOS device with Apple Books on iOS 12 or later, iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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