Agnes never planned to steal her twin sister Rose's identity. Their deception was supposed to save Rose. They were only supposed to trade places for a few months—just long enough for Rose to use her sister's health insurance for a life-saving operation. But as Rose recovers from the surgery, complications arise, and she unexpectedly dies. Agnes is left with a difficult decision: confess or continue to live a lie and become Rose?
Her mind a muddle of grief and guilt, Agnes cannot face the public shame and likely prison sentence a confession would bring. She decides to stay Rose. After all, Agnes had always wanted to be carefree, charismatic Rose—ever since they were kids.
But as Agnes steps into Rose's glittery, high-heeled shoes, she realizes that her sister's life is not as easy as it seemed. Becoming Rose turns out to be just a prison of a different sort. Agnes struggles to navigate the intricacies of Rose's life, including her relationships with Hank and Uncle Roger, who are both unaware of the deception.
By trying to live Rose's life, Agnes begins to question her own identity and life choices. As she struggles to keep up the facade, Agnes discovers a newfound understanding of herself and learns more about her sister than she ever knew before.
"What Would Rose Do?" is a gripping tale of sisterhood, deception, and self-discovery. Don't miss this page-turning novel that explores the complexities of family relationships and the search for identity. Order your copy today and step into Agnes and Rose's world.