Strapped for cash, a divorced mom and substitute teacher takes on a job as a celebrity double for a troubled young TV star.
Just Like Me, Only Better has a fresh premise and above-average execution. I enjoyed all the minutiae of the lookalike life, and it was enough to keep me engaged despite my lack of interest in Veronica’s love life difficulties, which felt a bit contrived. It’s not one that will stick with me, but I enjoyed the read.
Many thanks to Berkley Trade for the review copy.