Never have I read a short story packed with the emotional depth of Marrying the Wrong Twin. Looks can be deceiving. Behind the fabulous life can lurk some ugly truths and Casey puts those facts on full display. My heart broke for Asha. A woman who doesn't quite know how to be a grownup, because the people who say they love her treat her like a pawn in a childish game. Rustin is the one person who sees beyond the broken woman. His choices don't always make him likable, but a bit more understandable. I didn't expect to like this heartbreaking read, but I fell in love with the characters.