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Not My Brother's Keeper

Colette McCormick

Publisher: Accent Press

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Robert and Tom are practically identical - same height, same hair, equally good looking - but Tom never had the same confidence as his older brother, and for that reason, he is in awe of him.

 
When Robert's girlfriend, Michelle, tells him that she's pregnant, Robert disappears leaving Tom to clean up his mess. As Tom spends time with Michelle, reassuring her that she is not alone in this, the both begin to fall in love.

 
But is Michelle settling for second best? Is Tom losing himself in what should have been his brother's life?

 
Sixteen years later, without warning, Robert comes home and Tom has to find the courage to stand against the brother he idolized. 

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